Adjust reinforcing feedback loops to change its impact.

Reinforcing feedback loops accelerate different parts of a system, and as such are a leverage point that force multiplies changes. The gain, or rate at which it picks up speed, tends to be easier to adjust than strength of a balancing feedback loop.rM3

  1. Donella H. Meadows and Diana Wright, Thinking in Systems: A Primer (White River Junction, Vt: Chelsea Green Pub, 2008). (See notes.)