SE Accomplishment

How does SE accomplish this?

A “system” 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 – piecemeal – 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

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