Prior talks on Service Systems Thinking have focused on basics. For this year’s Symposium on Service Systems Science at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, I decided to step up the emphasis in a short presentation on some selected ideas:
From the 8 practices employed by Christopher Alexander on the 1985 Eishin project, I focused on one:
These ideas are at the core of how systems thinking is intertwined with service science, and pattern languages. Jim Kijima and Hiroshi Deguchi arranged for a videographer this year, so there’s a record of the presentation.
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The video is available on Youtube, or downloadable as audio or video.
The slides are available on the Coevolving Commons.
daviding July 1st, 2015