"Feedback loops are central to the design of information in systems." #readingToday
In her book, Thinking in Systems, Donella makes it clear most problems in systems are due to biased, late, or missing information; and adding or restoring information is often the most powerful intervention. Simply changing the length of a delay may radically change behavior, causing overshoots, oscillations, and even total collapse of the system. Feedback loops are central to the design of information in systems.
Intertwingled, Peter Moreville