Systems thinking is useful well beyond systems engineering, yet it is hardly widely known and often even less practised in daily life.
There are a few 'systems thinkers' in Scotland, and they come from different backgrounds, disciplines and theoretical perspectives.
This informal workshop aims to bring together systems thinkers (as well as people interested to learn more) here in Scotland, to share their expertise and world view, and hopefully help to advance the state of the art of systems thinking and practice in the region.
Practitioners, researchers, academics as well as people from the wider community who may be interested to add something to the mix, are invited to join this informal self organised day of short talks and make a contribution in the form of a few slides.
Although this work can be loosely defined as 'exploratory research' at this stage, it is not intended as
to be 'academic', rather an informal experimental setting.
Everyone welcome to contribute and to lead the next steps.
23 July 2010,
James Weir Bldg
75 Montrose St
This workshop is free, and everybody is welcome, but registration is mandatory and places are limited.
(sorry the link was incorrect before!! now it works!)
if you would like to make a short presentation
WORKSHOP FOLLOW UPS
Follow up Notes (You can edit this page by entering your thoughts, dont forget to save by clicking on the disk icon)
A discussion group for this workshop to follow up and interact with participants even if you are not in attendance.
Sign up if interested to continue the discussions after the event
(if desired, enter details about you, your organisation and your systems thinking knowledge here)
Output of feedback forms and capability map
(whatever you write in the forms 1) and 2) above, will be collected in the spreadsheet on this page)