News & eVENTS
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2022 Presidential Address #intheloop 2022 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS By Shayne Gary – President of...
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The Society offers a referral service to match members offering services with those looking to learn or apply systems thinking or System Dynamics. Fill out the form to show your availability.
The Society shares job and research opportunities provided by leading organizations that use systems thinking tools for experts and practitioners to explore.
Check out a list of companies identified as friendly to System Dynamics and systems thinking.
volunteer with the society
We need more experienced system dynamicists to help the Society to further promote System Dynamics. Practitioners can assist on an ad hoc basis providing expert knowledge.
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become a mentor
Give back what you have learned and help the next generation of system dynamicists achieve their best. Check out the Society’s mentorship programs to join as a mentor.
software & MODELS
Identify companies that provide the right software so you can show your best work to clients.
No need to reinvent the wheel. Check out simulations that will help you build yours.
Search through a list of electronic channels like websites, email lists, and groups to engage with other experts and practitioners in the field of systems thinking while addressing global issues.
sigs & chapters
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) revolve around topics and Chapters gather people from specific regions. Get in contact with their leadership to make more connections.
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applications & cases
Systems thinking and dynamics experts and practitioners have successfully applied the methodology providing solutions for commercial case use generating impact in fields from healthcare to business and sectors like aviation and manufacturing.
New policies increase the number of cases straining the justice department to follow its own deadlines. Insights from a model lead the Ministry to undertake another 8 projects using System Dynamics.
ONEgas, owned by Shell and NAM, uses flight simulator to act on the capacity for work preparation and base crew, purchase time for material, and effective working hours.
A complex common-pool resource setting with immigrant populations relies on a simulation model to mediate water distribution conflicts and find a sustainable solution.
System Dynamics model enhances decision-making showing likely impact of investment in resources and training on products’ profitability.
A System Dynamics model helps to plan engagement strategies for doctors to adopt use of a medical device worth €1 million in annual profits.
Government officials use simulation to change from a resource based economy to a knowledge based one with focus on increasing technical education as well as R&D investment.
A System Dynamics model supports millions of dollars investment into the most efficient initiatives for supply chain of drug products operation.
System mapping helped INCOSE to grow demand for system engineering, encourage training, increase INCOSE membership, and more.
The Urban Dynamics Model (UDM) shows the unintended consequences of improving access to employment regions and the impact in terms of money.
Welcome to Practitioner Profiles, a series of up-close blog-length interviews with experienced System Dynamics practitioners. We have a standard set of 10 questions and let practitioners take the responses in any direction they choose. They tell us about who they are, how they got involved with the field, how they work with clients, and in what new directions they may be heading. A new profile will be posted every few weeks in 2021.