Systems thinking is a discipline of management concerned to understand a specific system by the examination of interactions and linkages among the key components, entirely comprising the system defined. It gives crucial sources to understand, analyse and talk about the construction and design of the business as a complex, integrated composition of a number of systems interconnected (Maani and Bosch, 2012). These systems should be working collaboratively for functioning with maximum success.
Since recent times, there has been an increased utilization of systems thinking for tackling a number of subjects or fields like environment, sustainability, manufacturing, health, information science, epidemiology, engineering, computation, business management and business analysis.
As a more specific definition, systems thinking is approached to solve problems for balancing out reductionist thinking and holistic thinking. With the accountability of entire system along with its constituents, there is designing of systems thinking for potentially avoiding further establishment of unintended results or consequences (Kay and Lister, 2015). The specific focus lies in the patterns connecting specific pluralism or diversity of approaches and methods. The scientific logic behind this approach is that the only way of completely understanding why an issue persists and occurs is in understanding specific parts on the whole.