Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD4) 2015 Symposium

Read the full introduction to the RSD4 symposium proceedings

Banff, British Columbia, Canada | October 2015

Published by: Systemic Design Research Network

ISBN: 978-0-9950245-0-2

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

Citation: Author. (2015). Article title. In Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD4) 2015 Symposium. Banff, Canada, September 1-3, 2015.

RSD4 – Systemic Design for Social Complexity

Editors & Co-Chairs: Alex Ryan, MaRS and Peter Jones, OCADU

The RSD4 symposium turned a corner, moving from Oslo, Norway to Banff, British Columbia (Canada) and enlarging the scope of papers and talks from previous years. The proceedings represent 40 authors across a range of related fields of design and systemics.

Five keynote speakers presented a range of compelling intellectual engagements, from Don Norman’s provocations to develop a design practice capable of dealing with significant complexity to Lia Patricio’s resonant case study and model of integration in the Portuguese health records system to AP-J’s cutting-edge architectural models. Ursula Tischner and Mugendi M’Riitha shared leading sustainability approaches.

RSD4 Symposium Proceedings

RSD symposium proceedings are listed in the following order: introduction, keynote speakers, workshops, papers, systems maps.

RSD4 – Developing a Systemic Design Research Network

RSD4 Co-Chairs & Editors, Alex Ryan and Peter Jones: A range of compelling intellectual engagements, from Don Norman’s provocations to develop a design practice capable of dealing with significant complexity, to Lia Patricio’s resonant case study and model of integration in the Portuguese health records system, to AP-J’s cutting-edge architectural models.

Posted Mar-2016

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