What is actually the process of system thingking itself?
According to Mintzberg (et al. 1996, p. 65), the key process of strategic thingking, which is very important for future leaders, covers:
1) Seeing interrelationships, not things, and processes, not snapshots;
2) Moving beyond blame;
3) Distinguishing detail complexity from dynamic complexity
4) Focusing on areas of high leverage;
5) Avoiding symptomatic solutions..
Source: Mintzberg, H., Lampel, J., Quinn, J.B., Ghosal, S. (1996). The strategy process: Concepts, contexts, cases. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. p. 65.