Systems Thinking World Webinars
New webinars will be added below as they are available for scheduling. Previous webinars, along with associated scripts and video links, have been located on individual pages. Scripts for current and under development webinars are on the discussions tab for this page.
The following links are to pages containing the videos for the previous webinars along with the linked outlines that were used as the script for the individual webinar.
- Systemic Perspective Foundations Mar 20 & 22, 2012
- Systemic Perspective Development Mar 27 & 29, 2012
- Systems Archetypes Apr 10 & 12, 2012
- Simulation with Insight Maker Apr 17 & 19, 2012
- Virtual Systemic Inquiry Apr 25, 2012
- Systems Thinking Models May 1 & 3, 2012
- What is Systems Thinking and why should you care? May 8, 2012
These webinars will be delivered by Gene Bellinger. If you're curious as to how I got to this point watch the video on the About Systems Thinking World page. These webinars are FREE though purchasing volumes of the Systemic Perspective Series from Amazon.com in Kindle format, or donating to cover the overhead costs associated with delivering these webinars would be greatly appreciated.
- Each webinar is expected to be about 1 hr
- Most current web browsers supported, i.e., Chrome, IE8, Firefox, Safari
- The session audio is via VOIP through your computer.
- There is no telephone connection available
- A microphone is NOT required
- Join a test sesson! Between 5am and 4pm PST US
- Screen sharing will be done at 1280x720 though GoToMeeting should resize to fit your screen.
- Note that the GoToMeeting account being used only allows for 99 attendees though it will allow more than 99 people to register. At the time of the meeting only the first 99 to show up will be able to attend.
Please read the Housekeeping section of this page sometime before the webinar.
I prefer that you ask questions as they arise. Your questions are posted on my screen and others won't get to see them until I respond to them.
The attendee panel which should up in the upper right of your screen once the webinar is initiated is where you ask questions. The little white arrow in the orange rectangle opens and closes the panel on the right.
If you have questions after the session please post them to the Systemic Perspective - Evolving Thoughts discussion in the Systems Thinking World discussion group on LinkedIn.
Can't Hear the Presenter
If you can't hear the presenter there is like to be a problem with your system and you can seek assistance at the GoToWebinar Support Site.
Displayed Screen Cast
The screen cast is done in 1280 x 720 and may be a bit too large for some laptops. While GoToWebinar will shrink the screen cast to fit your screen it wraps it in a window as depicted in the figure below.
If you click on Zoom drop down you can select the Full Screen option which will give you the maximum display possible on your system.
The webinars are free though it's a lot like Public TV. While I don't need to get paid to present these webinars there are overhead expenses associated with Systems Thinking World that have to get paid. As such if you find the sessions of value a domain via PayPal or Google would be greatly appreciated. Note that for those of you in the US donations are tax deductible as Systems Thinking World is a registered 501(c)3 corporation.
There are also a set of associated Kindle eBooks that may be purchased from Amazon.com. Systems Thinking World receives 70% of the purchase price of these books. And if your comment is that you don't have a Kindle; You don't need one. Amazon.com has a set of Free Kindle Reading Apps that you can download an install on your Mac, PC, Smartphone, etc.
Wevinars are recorded and posted to the Systems Thinking World Channel. It is advised that you subscribe to this channel to receive updates when new videos are posted. Links are also placed in the webinar outline and in the webinar page developed for that particular webinar.
- Systemic Perspective Evolving Thoughts Discussion on LinkedIn
- Feedback from Previous Webinars
- Systemic Perspective Q&A from previous sessions
Systems Thinking World Discussions
Systems Thinking World Q&A * Gene Bellinger