Systems Thinking World
Systems Thinking World was established by and for those who believe a systemic perspective is most appropriate for understanding and dealing with complex situations. Please click the image below to investigate our current endeavor in support of this belief.
The Perspectives Project
|The Systems Thinker, a repository of 800+ articles on various dimensions of Systems Thinking. These are primarily from Pegasus Communications over the past 20+ years.||Beyond Connecting the Dots is a new kind of book on Systems Thinking and Modeling with truly interactive models in the book which you can experiment with as you read about them.||Reference Library used to manage links, notes, documents in support of the efforts of Systems Thinking World.|
|Insight Maker, a free web based multi-user modeling & simulation environment supporting collaborative model development. Insight Maker Reference.||Health Care System Dynamics Insights collected by Mark Heffernan and Geoff McDonnell over the past two decades are being documented.||Future Events Map of various systems thinking related events around the world. Send updates to Nick Ananin at email@example.com|
|Kumu, web-based relationship modeling environment for developing network and systems thinking diagrams. Kumu Reference.||Model.Report, a systems community aggregator where participants identify, comment on, upvote and downvote content.||YouTube Channel hosts videos for various dimensions of Systems Thinking World. Subscribe to the channel to receive new video notices.|
|SystemsWiki, a Twitter account posting systems thinking related links.||Systems Thinking Resources to support development of one's understanding of key Systems Thinking concepts.||Systems Modeling Diigo group library focused on dynamic modeling references in Insight Maker and AnyLogic.|
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