Systems Thinking World

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Systems Thinking World was established by and for those who believe a systemic perspective provides the best foundation for creating effective approaches for dealing with challenges and shaping a better tomorrow. Our purpose is to create content, foster interactions and to apply systems thinking to further an understanding of a systemic perspective to enable thinking and acting systemically.

Insight Maker, a free web based multi-user modeling & simulation environment supporting collaborative model development. Beyond Connecting the Dots resulted from a collaborative effort to create the first interactive Systems Thinking , Modeling and Simulation ebook. Future Events Map of various systems thinking related events around the world.
Systems KeLE, a systems learning environment supporting an evolving understanding of systems thinking and its applications. Systems Thinking Modeling & Simulation News, a systems community aggregator where participants identify, comment on, upvote and downvote content. Facebook Group supporting an evolving understanding of systems thinking related topics.
Kumu, web-based relationship modeling environment for developing network and systems thinking diagrams. Health Care System Dynamics Insights collected by Mark Heffernan and Geoff McDonnell over the past two decades are being documented. Leverage Networks Community, a set of discussions intended to promote one's development and adoption of their systems thinking capacity.
Systems Resources to support development of one's understanding of key Systems Thinking concepts. SystemsWiki Blog tracing the development of Systems Thinking World and SystemsWiki components. SystemsWiki, a Twitter account posting systems thinking related links.
Reference Library used to manage links, notes, documents in support of the efforts of Systems Thinking World. LinkedIn Group supporting an evolving understanding of systems thinking related topics. YouTube Channel hosts videos for various dimensions of Systems Thinking World. Subscribe to the channel to receive new video notices.
Area 51 Experimental Systems Thinking Q&A in StackExchange. We're not sure whether this is going to fly or not.

Director Systems Thinking World
June 2015



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