Systems Oriented Design / Systemorientert Design (NO)

The designerly way to work with systems

The main mission of Systems Oriented Design is to build the designers own interpretation and implementation of systems thinking so that systems thinking can fully benefit from design thinking and practice and so that design thinking and practice can fully benefit from systems thinking.



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RSD7 Call for abstracts


The call for abstracts is open.

We hope to see you in Turin!!!


RSD6 proceedings

 From the RSD6 exhibition.


The proceedings from the sixth Relating Systems Thinking and Design conference (RSD6) last year in Oslo are now online.

They contain the abstracts, presentations and working papers submitted after the conference. Also there are videos of keynotes and plenaries as well as sketch notes.

In addition there is an online exhibition catalogue form the RSD6 exhibition.

Go to to see the proceedings.

On the website you can also find proceedings of the former RSD conferences and the following special issues with full papers in Formakademisk journal and She Ji Journal. Find a list of these publications here:

May we also turn your attention to the next RSD in Torino 24th - 26th October Keep yourself updated on the deadlines here: 


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The final program for RSD6 is online.

See the detajls here >>>>>


Systems thinking explained in a simple way

How simple can you explain systems thinking?

Russ Ackoff probably hits a record here

RSD6 Preliminary Program

From RSD5 at OCADU Toronto. Day 2 at MARS Center.


The preliminary program for RSD6 is online

Changes may still appear.

To see the program and read more about the conference visit the Systemic Design website: >>>>>

Here is a direct link to the program >>>>>

To register at RSD6 follow this link >>>>>


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