Some blog followers may be interested a compilation [Hake (2009)] of the above title. The abstract reads:
ABSTRACT: This 1.7 MB compilation of over 200 annotated references andover 300 hot-linked URL’s provides a window into the vast literature on “Systems Thinking.”
Systems Thinking is characterized by the consideration of natural, scientific, engineered, human, or conceptual entities as systems in which the component parts interact with one another and with other systems so as to produce emergent properties which cannot be understood through analysis of the single parts of the system.
Examples are provided by twelve quotes of systems thinkers.
References are given in alphabetical order with superscripts that indicate their origin in the following categories: Ecology, Economics, Education, Engineering, Evaluation, General, and Physics.
To access the complete compilation please click on http://www.physics.indiana.edu/~hake/200RefsSystems2c.pdf (1.78 MB).
Hake, R.R. 2009. "Over Two-Hundred Annotated References on Systems Thinking," online at http://www.physics.indiana.edu/~hake/200RefsSystems2c.pdf (1.7 MB) and as reference #58 at http://www.physics.indiana.edu/~hake/.