Sapiens is a systemic methodology, based on systems theory. It serves to understand, and therefore it is applied within what we can call a system to understand.
Like any system, the system for understanding has some conditioning, such as the professional culture of the organization, which affects leaders and the team. It also has a means, and one of the key resources is the methodology they apply, in this case the Sapiens methodology.
Within the system, using the resources, some processes,, and some results: understanding, learning, knowledge. Finally, these results generate feedback, as they will allow us to improve when tackling other projects in the future.
Where there is knowledge, there is a system for understanding. If we talk about an organization, it is one of the organization's systems. But you can also talk about a system to understand when it comes to an individual person, on a professional or even personal level.
The Sapiens application process can be divided into three great phases or stages: an initial phase that is prior to the investigation, a central phase that is the investigation itself, and a final phase. Within each phase there are several steps.