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Systems Intelligence for Life Cycle Management - Shifting the Focus from Products to People. Raimo P. Hämäläinen firstname.lastname@example.org www.systemsintelligence.hut.fi. Disciplines for coping with complexity. Operation Research / Management Science / Systems Analysis
Raimo P. Hämäläinen
objective data and subjective values
Shifting the focus from products to people makes human thinking the driver for improvement
- her own influence upon the whole
- the influence of the whole upon herself
In experimental games :
People choose co-operative strategies with Systems Intelligence. They do not take everything for themselves.
Is there a role for
Systems Intelligence in LCM?
life cycle perspective and economic, social, environmental considerations
Does the system produce happiness ?
A weighted sum of happiness enhancers and rebound effects?
But - happiness is systemic
EI = SI + LCM
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