RSD2 was hosted by AHO in Oslo, Norway from 9-11 October 2013, with over 120 participants in the emerging renaissance of systems thinking in design.
RSD2 Editors Birger Sevaldson and Peter Jones: What binds systems related theories and practices together with design approaches may be the desire to reintroduce systems approaches with design toward a more effective integrated praxis.
RSD2 Keynote. Birger Sevaldson: Do we have a systems thinking renaissance?
RSD2 Keynote. Peter Jones: How should these service systems be designed for total health outcomes?
RSD2 Keynote. Fred Collopy: My thesis is that because the world’s, each society’s, and indeed most businesses’ problems have grown so particular and so complex, designers need the perspective of systems thinkers – and systems thinkers need the tools of designers.
RSD2 Keynote. Carlos Vezzoli: The framework for the Learning Network on Sustainability (LeNS) project and its Method for System Design for Sustainability (MSDS) are presented.
RSD2 Keynote. What are the emergent qualities that arise when AND replaces the argumentative EITHER-OR in design situations?
Harold Nelson and Robert Sandusky
Adrian Paulsen and Jonathan Romm
Peter Coughlan and Colleen Ponto
Attempting to fly: Deployment of system-oriented design methodology conducted by the Norwegian Design Council
Benedicte Wildhagen, Knut Bang, and Adrian Paulsen