John Sterman
John Sterman
MIT Sloan School of Management
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Business Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World
J Sterman
Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 2000
Modeling managerial behavior: Misperceptions of feedback in a dynamic decision making experiment
JD Sterman
Management science 35 (3), 321-339, 1989
Learning in and about complex systems
JD Sterman
System dynamics review 10 (2‐3), 291-330, 1994
All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist
JD Sterman
System Dynamics Review: The Journal of the System Dynamics Society 18 (4 …, 2002
System dynamics modeling: tools for learning in a complex world
JD Sterman
California management review 43 (4), 8-25, 2001
Misperceptions of feedback in dynamic decision making
JD Sterman
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 43 (3), 301-335, 1989
Learning from evidence in a complex world
JD Sterman
American journal of public health 96 (3), 505-514, 2006
Systems thinking and organizational learning: Acting locally and thinking globally in the organization of the future
PM Senge, JD Sterman
European journal of operational research 59 (1), 137-150, 1992
Bathtub dynamics: initial results of a systems thinking inventory
LB Sweeney, JD Sterman
System Dynamics Review: The Journal of the System Dynamics Society 16 (4 …, 2000
Heterogeneity and network structure in the dynamics of diffusion: Comparing agent-based and differential equation models
H Rahmandad, J Sterman
Management Science 54 (5), 998-1014, 2008
Modeling for learning organizations
JDW Morecroft, D Asay, JD Sterman, P Senge, J Forrester, N Bodek, ...
Productivity, Incorporated, 1994
Effects of feedback complexity on dynamic decision making
E Diehl, JD Sterman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 62 (2), 198-215, 1995
Capability traps and self-confirming attribution errors in the dynamics of process improvement
NP Repenning, JD Sterman
Administrative Science Quarterly 47 (2), 265-295, 2002
Unanticipated side effects of successful quality programs: Exploring a paradox of organizational improvement
JD Sterman, NP Repenning, F Kofman
Management science 43 (4), 503-521, 1997
Boom, bust, and failures to learn in experimental markets
M Paich, JD Sterman
Management Science 39 (12), 1439-1458, 1993
Cutting corners and working overtime: Quality erosion in the service industry
R Oliva, JD Sterman
Management Science 47 (7), 894-914, 2001
Transition challenges for alternative fuel vehicle and transportation systems
J Struben, JD Sterman
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 35 (6), 1070-1097, 2008
System Dynamics: systems thinking and modeling for a complex world
J Sterman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Engineering Systems Division, 2002
Understanding public complacency about climate change: Adults’ mental models of climate change violate conservation of matter
JD Sterman, LB Sweeney
Climatic change 80 (3-4), 213-238, 2007
Nobody ever gets credit for fixing problems that never happened: creating and sustaining process improvement
NP Repenning, JD Sterman
California management review 43 (4), 64-88, 2001
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