How does SE accomplish this?
A Â“systemÂ” has two indispensables: (1) interdependency of parts; (2) the ability of parts to work together.
Generally, problems of competitive power arise from not meeting one and/or both of these requirements. Institutions, in general, are inclined to solve such problems in a piecemeal, palliative and reactive way. Unfortunately, this will let alone solving, deepen the problems. Approaches other than SE will deal with systems only in this Â– piecemeal Â– way.
If instead problems could be dealt in a holistic, fundamental and pro-active way, systems would be able to produce better and cheaper products, with higher competitive power