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CSHCorporation for Supportive Housing (New Haven, CT, USA)
CSHCentre de Sciences Humaines (French: Human Sciences Center)
CSHCold Spring Harbor (New York research laboratory)
CSHCombat Support Hospital
CSHCity of Signal Hill (California)
CSHChambéry Savoie Handball (French handball club)
CSHCustom Shapes
CSHComplementary Software House
CSHC Shell
CSHCheckpoint Space Handler
CSHCode for Sustainable Homes (UK)
CSHCoalinga State Hospital (Coalinga, CA)
CSHCouncil for Secular Humanism
CSHContext Sensitive Help
CSHChocolate Supa Highway (Spearhead album)
CSHCalcium Silicate Hydrate
CSHCellules Souches Hématopoïétiques (French: Hematopoietic Stem Cells)
CSHCommunity Service Hours
CSHC Shell Programming
CSHCarotid Sinus Hypersensitivity
CSHComputer Science House
CSHCommunity Self-Help (various organizations)
CSHConvergence Santé Hôpital (French: Health Hospital Convergence)
CSHCaspian Holdings PLC (UK; stock symbol)
CSHCritical Systems Heuristics (behavioral science)
CSHCompagnie Saint-Hubert (French: Saint Hubert Company; est. 1983)
CSHClub Sportif Honfleurais (French sports club)
CSHChild Survival & Health (State department appropriation)
CSHCurrent-Sharing Hardening
CSHCoordination Syndicale Haïtienne (Haitian Trade Union Coordination)
CSHCombat Support Helicopter
CSHClub Subaquatique d'Hautmont (French: Hautmont Underwater Club; Hautmont, France)
CSHChorionic Somatomammotropin Hormone
CSHCountersunk Hole
CSHCornell Society of Hotelmen
CSHConvective-Stratiform Heating
CSHCotton-Seed Hulls
CSHComputational Ship Hydrodynamics
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Critical systems heuristics. Established by Ulrich (1983), critical systems heuristics (CSH) is one of the most widely discussed methodologies in the field of CST.
Rasmus Klocker Larsen investigates the application of Werner Ulrich's method of dialogical boundary critique and the framework of Critical Systems Heuristics (CSH) in Philippine coastal resource management.
To transform this 'critical kernel' of systems thinking into practice, Werner Ulrich has proposed the methodology of dialogical boundary critique and the framework of critical systems heuristics (CSH) to enable collective reflection on how 'the meaning of a proposition depends on how we bound the relevant reference system, that is, the context that matters when it comes to assessing the merits and defects of the proposition' (Ulrich, 2000, p.
The methodology incorporates 'Western' insights from multimethodology, SSM (Soft Systems Methodology), SAST (Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing) and CSH (Critical Systems Heuristics) into an indigenous innovation that, as the paper reports, is workable in contemporary China, appreciated by authorities and grass-roots.
A series of critiques of different systems approaches followed, for example, of 'organizational cybernetics', 'strategic assumption surfacing and testing' and 'critical systems heuristics'; culminating in my (Jackson, 1991) review of five strands of systems thinking--organizations as systems', hard, cybernetic, soft and emancipatory--from the point of view of relevant social theory.
The systems methodologies considered in this paper include: viable system methodology (VSM), strategic assumption surfacing and testing (SAST), soft systems methodology (SSM) and critical systems heuristics (CSH).
Critical systems heuristics: application of an emancipatory approach for police strategy towards carrying offensive weapons.
Reynolds proposes a triadic tool to help dealing with ethical dilemmas; inspired on critical systems heuristics (CSH), Reynolds suggests a dialogic conversation to deal with these dilemmas.
* Critical Systems Heuristics: CSH is a methodology, which Werner Ulrich (1996) proposed for the purpose of scientifically informing planning and design in order to lead to an improvement in the human condition.
System Dynamics, Organizational Cybernetics, Complexity Theory, Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing, Soft Systems Methodology, Critical Systems Heuristics, Team Syntegrity, Postmodern Systems Thinking, Total Systems Intervention and, finally, Critical Systems Practice.
To this end, I will examine two strands within critical systems thinking, namely boundary critique, as expressed in the Critical Systems Heuristics approach (or CSH), and critical pluralism, as expressed in the Total Systems Intervention approach (or TSI).
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