The International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies (IJASS) publishes “on all aspects of systemic analysis, from both a practical and an academic viewpoint”. The journal seeks “to apply the insights… gained from systems thinking and a systems view of the world to the most significant issue of the day, namely, to conscious evolution, to the collective design of systems that enable the self-guided evolution of our lives, our organisations and institutions, and our communities and our societies… By focusing on applied studies, the journal can give voice to systems service on a wide range of issues that we have to address in the 21st Century…. As such the IJASS aims to provide the latest developments, research and results from applications in the systems areas for its readers”.
IJASS goals are:
- “To provide a forum for the exchange of information on and experiences of studying the systems, and the methodologies, tools and products used to design, measure and achieve them.
- To promote awareness of the crucial role of systems studies in the effective construction of the information systems developed, used, and/or maintained by organisations in pursuit of their business objectives.
- To provide a vehicle for the publication of academic papers related to all aspects of soft and hard system approaches”.
Some of the topics covered by IJASS include: applications of systemic methodologies; applied [socio]cybernetics; ethical/living systems; complexity studies; critical systems thinking; total quality management; learning communities; virtual enterprises; cybernetics systems; human-computer interaction; modelling/simulation; multiagent-based systems; networks; system dynamics; problem structuring; semantics; knowledge representation; social systems design and simulation; systemic multi-methodologies; ontologies; systems thinking; and, decision support systems”.
This is the journal of the Hellenic Society for Systemic Studies (HSSS).
Posted: December 2018
Last modified: November 2018