Call for Abstracts: Risk and Decision-Making Conference
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Call for Abstracts
The Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society and the Society for Risk Analysis Australia New Zealand warmly invite you to submit abstracts for their combined annual meeting. This will be held in partnership with Victoria University of Wellington on 13-14 November 2019, at Rutherford House, Victoria Business School.
New ebook: From Modularity to Emergence - Short Review
Dr Chih-Chun Chen and Dr Nathan Crilly of the Cambridge University Engineering Design Centre Design Practice Group have released a free, downloadable book, From Modularity to Emergence: A Primer on the Design and Science of Complex Systems.
CFP: Asia-Pacific Region System Dynamics Conference 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS 2nd Asia-Pacific Region System Dynamics Conference of the System Dynamics Society. February 19-22, 2017. UTown, National University of Singapore. Deadline Oct 13, 2016
Video: Keith Grint on Wicked Problems & Leadership
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Here is Professor Keith Grint on Wicked Problems and Leadership
New book: 'Small Arcs of Larger Circles; by Nora Bateson
In her new book 'Small Arcs of Larger Circles', Nora Bateson invites us to weave together the rigor of systems thinking and complexity thinking with the expansiveness of our embodied, aesthetic experience - and introduces us to a new language and vocabulary of contextual, mutual learning.
CFP: Special issue journal of SYSTEMS
CALL FOR PAPERS for a special edition of the journal of SYSTEMS. Papers will be published as they are accepted with final deadline 15th Jan 2017. See below for topic details.
Systems Resources from IIED
IIED is a policy and action research organisation in sustainable development. Based in London IIEDworks in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and the Pacific with some of the world’s most vulnerable people to strengthen their voice in decision-making arenas that affect them.
MITs Free Software for Planning Large Cities of the Future
MIT has just released its open source Urban Network Analysis software for analysing interdependent aspects of urban development at city level.
Resources: Systemic Thinking for Planners and Designers
Gary Metcalf a visiting member of faculty at Aalto university in Finland has collated a useful list of Systems liiterature resources under broad topic headings.
Co-creation without systems thinking can be dangerous
Gerald Midgely asks 'Why does the theory and practice of co-creation need to be informed by systems thinking?' Co-creation without a thorough understanding of systems thinking can be deeply problematic. Essentially, we need a theory and practice of systemic co-creation.
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