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Relationship of Systems Thinking and Design Symposium 3 keynote

Relating Systems Thinking and Design 2014 Symposium Proceedings
Editors: Birger Sevaldson, Peter Jones
ISBN: 978-82-547-0263-5

The proceedings from the RSD4 symposium are now available online:
  http://systemic-design.net/rsd3-proceedings/  from the successful Relating Systems Thinking and Design Symposium in Oslo, October 2014. The proceedings contain presentations and papers presented at RSD3.  The proceedings also contain papers by keynote speakers Hugh Dubberly and Harold Nelson and a transcript of the late Ranulph Glanville's last speech. The RSD symposia was hosted by the Oslo School of Architecture and Design:  www.aho.no.

 
An Appreciative Critique
Summary Keynote by Harold Nelson

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