Systems Thinking World
Systems Thinking World was established by and for those who believe a systemic perspective provides the best foundation for creating effective approaches for dealing with challenges and shaping a better tomorrow. Our purpose is to surface systemic relationships and foster interactions intended to promote a deeper understanding of those relationships and their implications as a basis for insights and more effective action. We invite you to watch the following video to get a better sense of our current endeavors to understand relationships and their implications.
Each of the self-paced learning programs begin when you register and is presented as a set of learning elements consisting of descriptions, videos and models developed in Insight Maker or Kumu, as appropriate. Gene Bellinger provides one on one coaching through each learning program, answering questions and providing feedback on the included exercises. Since each learning program is constructed in Kumu you will need to provide your Kumu username, which is free.Register Here for Your Free Kumu Username
| Certified Systems Thinker - $25|| Virtual Collaboration - $10|
|The Perspectives Project surfaces Systemic Perspectives and employs discussions to evolve those perspectives to foster deeper understanding and insights for effective action.||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.|
|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.|