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System Dynamics Blog

Using System Dynamics to Teach and Learn about COVID-19

Using System Dynamics to Teach and Learn about COVID-19

Using System Dynamics to Teach and Learn about COVID-19 This Webinar is free due to the generous contribution of the University at Albany and California State University, Chico A distinguished team of panelists demonstrated how we can all think globally and act...

Economics SIG News: Summer 2022

Economics SIG News: Summer 2022 Summer 2022 Events Tyrone Keynes on “The Impact on National Accounts from NPI’s: Economic Pandemic Model” May 12th, 2022 Noon – 1PM (New York) Demonstrating the effects on the national and regional accounts of...

New Horizons of Systems Science

New Horizons of Systems Science

New Horizons of Systems Science This Seminar was sponsored by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Systems theory is developing to include new perspectives with a focus on integrated and inclusive transdisciplinary system approaches. This panel...

The Dark Side of Projects: Delays, Disruption, and Disputes

The Dark Side of Projects: Delays, Disruption, and Disputes

The Dark Side of Projects: Delays, Disruption, and Disputes When a project moves from the honeymoon phase to finger-pointing and distrust, you have reached the dark side of Project Management.  Whether a dispute gets to the level of legal action or not, the process of...

How to Publish in the System Dynamics Review

How to Publish in the System Dynamics Review

How to Publish in the System Dynamics Review In this webinar, we had an overview of the System Dynamics Review – the journal of the System Dynamics Society. We learned about its growing positive performance and impact. We reviewed the process of submitting, revising,...

Economics SIG News: Spring 2022

Economics SIG News: Spring 2022

Economics SIG News: Spring 2022 Spring 2022 Events Networking and Discussion Session February 11th, 2022 Noon – 1PM (New York) See this event page for details David Wheat April 8th, 2022 Noon – 1PM (New York) Professor I. David Wheat will present on the...

Systems Thinking for Pre-College Education

Systems Thinking for Pre-College Education

Systems Thinking for Pre-College Education Pre-College SIG Seminar Series consists of periodic online meetings on K-12 education to the Systems Thinking and System Dynamics communities. These virtual activities cover a wide range of topics on K-12 education from many...

Metacognition in Stock-flow Failure

Metacognition in Stock-flow Failure

Metacognition in Stock-flow Failure Considering the nature of problems in dynamic systems, the systems thinking literature introduces various failures and oversimplified strategies while solving perceived problems of a system and possible reasons for failures. It is...

Call for Presenters: Society Seminar Series

Call for Presenters: Society Seminar Series

Call for Presenters: Society Seminar Series 2022 is just around the corner and we’re scheduling Seminars for the first semester of the year. We’ve been experimenting with different settings such as presentations, panels, hands-on webinars, and roundtables....

Student Chapter News: Interview with Meagan Keenan

Student Chapter News: Interview with Meagan Keenan

Student Chapter News: Interview with Meagan Keenan Member Interview: Megan Keenan   Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I am a public health researcher and System Dynamics consultant. I currently specialize in community-based participatory approaches...

Call for Designs: New Society Logo

Call for Designs: New Society Logo

Call for Designs: New Society Logo Our current logo was designed in 1985 by George Richardson and Jack Pugh. Since then, the Society has been going through a great transformation. In the last two years, we have been on a quest to unify our efforts globally and bring...

The Pistachio You Eat Is Affecting Growers’ Water in Iran

The Pistachio You Eat Is Affecting Growers’ Water in Iran

The Pistachio You Eat Is Affecting Growers’ Water in Iran Iran and the United States are the leading producers of pistachios in the world, with a joint production of 74% of the world’s total. Rafsanjan, a semi-arid region in Iran, has long been famous for its...

Introduction to System Dynamics Modeling

Introduction to System Dynamics Modeling

Introduction to System Dynamics Modeling We had people joining us from all over the world at the “Introduction to Modeling Process” with Leonard (Len) Malczynski Watch the recording below to:• Build a small quantitative System Dynamics model• Use Studio by...

ISDC 2021 Highlights: Food “Wickedness”

ISDC 2021 Highlights: Food “Wickedness”

The International System Dynamics Conference (ISDC) convenes practitioners who demonstrate what’s new and developing in their fields with System Dynamics. This section of the WiSDom Blog, “Conference Highlights,” asks system dynamicists to spotlight key presentations...

ISDC 2021 Highlights: Tackling Structural Racism with Modeling

ISDC 2021 Highlights: Tackling Structural Racism with Modeling

The International System Dynamics Conference (ISDC) convenes practitioners who demonstrate what’s new and developing in their fields with System Dynamics. This section of the WiSDom Blog, “Conference Highlights,” asks system dynamicists to spotlight key presentations...