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Please join us online Friday, January 26th 11AM ET (Boston time. Here is a time converter). See the "Join" button at the bottom of this page for the meeting link. In this Collective Learning Meeting (CLM), WPI System Dynamics, the SDS Economics Special Interest Group (SIG), Psychology and Human Behavior SIG, Environmental SIG, Water SIG […]
This practitioner networking session is a space for people in the society who are consulting with external clients using systems thinking or system dynamics. A speaker will present on a topic they’ve been working on, some challenge they’re having, and potential solutions they’ve explored. The second half of the call will be for attendees to […]
This System Dynamics (SD) workshop aims to bring together faculty, students, and professionals working in systems thinking and system dynamics to share their works, connect/reconnect with a larger community in India. The event will be held at IIT Bombay, and will feature Invited Talks, Hands on Tutorials on Building Causal Diagrams, SFD Model Analysis, Exploratory […]
Three members of the Health Policy SIG will give "Work-In-Progress" format talks followed by questions and feedback from present SIG members.
9 February 2024, 12-5pm University of Sydney and online Click here to view the Program and Presenters. We invite you to submit an abstract for the Oceania Chapter Hybrid Symposium on work applying systems thinking and/or system dynamics modelling within industry, government, or academia. Abstracts from practitioners, researchers and students are welcome on work that […]
Presentation by Rossen Kazakov, PhD Socioeconomic systems are complex adaptive systems comprising interacting agents and limited resources. Individual or organizational actors follow certain behavioural routines informed by their decision-making heuristics to reduce choice complexity and judgement. The presentation will provide examples from the forthcoming Springer book on Management Science: ‘Understanding and Managing Socioeconomic Systems Behaviour’. […]