Stage 1: THE PROBLEM SITUATION: UNSTRUCTURED In this stage we will explicitly argue the impacts of

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Stage 1: THE PROBLEM SITUATION: UNSTRUCTURED In this stage we will explicitly argue the impacts of global warming; it is significant to talk clearly on the subject of the mess, assemble and portrait the data of this situation which is loaded in both “quantitative or based on fact”, and “qualitative and subjective information” Stage 2: THE PROBLEM SITUATION: EXPRESSED In this situation the system practitioner see the situation reflecting his own practices and suppose that how the mess could be dealt. Awareness will help in finding ways on how to lessen the dangers of global warming. Working in a group and decide that how we can reach to the goal that is reduce global warming and be able to build a sustainable way of life that all desire…show more content…
• O stands for 'owner(s)' - who have adequate control over the system to cause it to come to an end or survive. Executive or systemic learners are the ones who might be working on the mess resulting in an end/progression of mess. • E stands for 'environmental constraints'. 'What restrictions or constraints does the system take as given?' Stage 4: conceptual models: People collect information, go through a certain process and take action accordingly. So the same, a system practitioner working for the mess takes in account all the information concerning global warming and tries to achieve sustainable development. This type of dealing out with information is in actual fact a conceptual model of how things in our immediate environment work. Stage 5: Comparison of stage 4 and 2: here a systems' practitioner compares what is perceived to what actually exist in the real problem situation. Conceptual model is actually what nonfiction is, the whole picture is epic by true knowledge. Stage 6: Debate with stakeholders involved in the situation The point of this stage is to carry out a controlled and structured dialogue with all the stakeholders with reference to the thoughts and ideas that are now starting to come into view from the analysis. Stage 7: Implementation of agreed changes: Soft system methods are based on rationalist approach of

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