She collaborates with international researchers investigating the cognitive and emotional processes involved in systems thinking, and the worldviews and values systems of systems thinkers. Shankar Sankaran is Professor of Organizational Project Management at the University of Technology Sydney, where he teaches systems thinking and supervises doctoral students.
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He has worked in industry as well as academia. His research interests lie primarily in systems thinking and action research. I like the way in which it engages with different approaches to systems practise eg modelling and action research and offers thoughtful explanations of how they might connect with each other.
An important challenge for contemporary research is how technical approaches modelling, network mapping; statistical analysis etc elide with more participatory processes. This book opens some pathways as to how that might happen. The authors are experts in their respective fields In its scope the book covers both well-established and leading-edge thinking in systems research.
This provides the reader with firm foundations while inviting them to critical reflection on the status quo. In a complex and increasingly challenging world, this supports researchers to have both the confidence and the flexibility needed to find effective systemic solutions to newly emerging problem scenarios.
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This book is highly recommended, both for new researchers seeking well-rounded frameworks and methods for systems research, and for educators seeking to develop well-rounded researchers. The complex world we are living in increasingly puts a demand on researchers to develop and apply useful systems theories and methodologies to deal with the complexities of our time.
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This book significantly contributes to the development of an understanding of the value of knowledge on appropriate systems approaches and tools to address complex economic and managerial challenges. Therefore, the book is of interest and relevance to experienced systems researchers, as well as a guide for doctoral students and early career researchers in their projects to achieve organisational change and to empower marginalised communities to help themselves and create their own future. Its topics offer the basis for improved system research education for undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and academics transitioning into systems-related research.
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Translational Systems Sciences Free Preview. Provides a holistic approach to addressing complex problems that are difficult to investigate using conventional research methods Explains the underpinning philosophy of systems research Helps academic supervisors guide graduate students engaged in systems research see more benefits.
This guide also explores researcher competencies necessary to conduct sound systems research. Researchers using this guide will gain understanding of what distinguishes systems research from other types of research and why it is important in research today.
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