Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD2) 2013 Symposium
RSD2 Symposium Proceedings 2011

Read the full introduction to the RSD2 symposium proceedings

Oslo, Norway | October 2013

Published by: The Oslo School of Architecture and Design

ISBN: 978-0-9950245-0-2

The proceedings are published and available online as open access documents.

Citation

Author. (2013). Article title. In Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD2) 2013 Symposium. Oslo, Norway, October 9-11, 2013.

AHO hosted RSD1 RSD2 RSD3 RSD6

Foundations: The Systemic Design Movement

Chair: Birger Sevaldson, AHO

The Second Symposium of Relating Systems Thinking and Design was held in Oslo, Norway at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design from 9-11 October 2013.

The second Oslo symposium engaged over 120 participants in the emerging renaissance of systems thinking in design. The emerging context is being revealed in transdisciplinary responses to increasing complexity in all challenges faced by designers, innovators, and decision-makers everywhere. Our worlds have become too complex for linear and goal-driven management, as the modern world is experiencing hopelessly complicated social, economic, and political institutions. The global demand for sustainability, democratic economies, and better education, employment, and development has resulted in new movements, but perhaps insufficient redesign. The emerging social arrangements have become too complex for conventional thinking.

RSD2 Symposium Proceedings

RSD3 proceedings are listed in the following order: introduction, keynote speakers, and papers.

RSD3 – “Relating” Systems and Design

RSD3 Chairs and Editors: Birger Sevaldson and Peter Jones: The emerging renaissance of systems thinking in design responds to the increasing complexity in all challenges faced by designers, strategists, and transdisciplinary innovators.

Posted Mar-2013

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The Relating Systems Thinking and Design Symposium, RSD10.org, is November 3-6, 2021. 

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