Uncover more effective, well-targeted solutions with systems thinking 


Systems thinking is a discipline recognized by "educators, scientists and entrepreneurs as one of the most valuable skills for the 21st century." (Forbes, 2020) 

What is Systems Thinking?

We are surrounded by complex, interconnected systems. 


For example, an agriculture challenge is not only about food, but also other tangible and intangible considerations, including the economy, environment, trade, international research, public health, food safety, and quality of life 

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Delving below the surface of events helps us uncover the bigger picture of systems at work. With this understanding, we can reach more effective, long-term, well-targeted solutions.

The Iceberg Model​ for Systems Thinking

Systems thinking is rooted in uncovering and mapping out those systems, identifying patterns of behavior over time, and surfacing the underlying system structures that drive events and patterns.

With systems thinking, DynaMundo helps decision-makers make sense of the complexity that is found in modern organizations and societies and, ultimately, intervene more effectively. 


Gain valuable insights to answer targeted questions, such as: 

  • What are the important elements generating the current outcomes? How can we change them?

  • What outcomes should be expected after changing each part of the system?

  • How much should we increase Variable A to double Variable B?

  • At what time should we switch to an alternative scenario?


Our team of systems thinking experts use data analysis, diagrams, computer simulations, and collaboration with stakeholders to map out systems. This thorough, unbiased approach ensures you get the complete picture to inform your decisions, minimize risk, and maximize desired results.