Nine chapters by RSD authors for Systemic Design book

The book, Systemic Design: Theory, Methods, and Practice, presents emerging work in the co-evolving fields of design-led systemic.

SDA is pleased to report that nine chapters are drawn from authors presenting at RSD4, Banff Canada 2015. The edited volume is in the Springer Systems Science series (ed. K. Kijima) with chapters available to academic libraries online. 

Systemic Design:

  • Presents current work from international scholars leading the development of theories and practices of systemic design
  • Provides a selection of articles covering the contemporary range of topics in systems thinking in design applications developed from recent international symposia and workshops
  • Establishes a foundation of social systems and complexity theory and cases for service systems, healthcare, public sector and other applications

Also see: Peter Jones’ Medium post of Editor’s Preface: Taking Stock & Flow of Systemic Design

Citation:

P. Jones & K. Kijima (2018). Systemic Design: Theory, Methods and Practice, pp. 3-52. Volume 8 in Translational Systems Sciences Series. Springer Japan.

 

Posted: Nov-2019

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