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System dynamics for developing strategy in the real world – 2016 UK SD Conference

Thursday, 25 Feb 2016
Sion Cave

System dynamics for developing strategy in the real world – 2016 UK SD Conference

The UK System Dynamics conference this year is taking place on April 14th and 15th at the Shard in London. The conference includes presentations from eminent practitioners and interactive workshops. Tickets for the event can be booked from here, with tickets available for both days and for single days. The price to attend the whole conference is currently £110, with a special student price of £55. In addition we are also still accepting student presentations or posters and submissions for the student prize paper worth £250.

The theme for the conference this year is “System dynamics for developing strategy in the real world” and presentations include:

The Powertrain Technology Transition Market Agent Model (PTT-MAM) and application to EU transport policy

Gillian Harrison and Christian Theil (JRC)

 

Are all swans white?: Improving the Adaptive Response of British Telecom through the transformative fusion of cybernetics, systems dynamics and social capital

Steve Brewis CEng (Chief Research Scientist, British Telecom)

 

OSCAM: 20 years of making better operating and support cost estimates of fleets of ships and aircraft for the US Department of Defense

Stephen Curram (Decision Analysis Services Ltd)

Brittany Basilone (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division)

 

Modelling the economy as if real data matters

Simon Roberts (Arup)

Colin Axon (Brunel University)

 

From problem-solving to problem-prevention with model-based management

Kim Warren (Strategy Dynamics)

 

Behavioural Operational Research: The contributions of System Dynamics

Martin Kunc (Warwick Business School)

 

Group model building

David Carter (Plymouth University)

Jennifer Morgan (Cardiff University)

 

Further information on the conference can be found here. We look forward to seeing you there!


Best wishes

 

Siôn


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