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- Tue Nov 29, 2005 12:11 pm
- Forum: 2005
- Topic: ANNOUNCE National Health Services Paper
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Posted by eric wolstenholme <email@example.com> Title: NHS Leading edge paper on system dynamics I thought colleagues on the SD list would be interested in a development that might help to raise the profile of system dynamics work in health and social care. I have just completed wh...
- Mon Sep 26, 2005 11:42 am
- Forum: 2005
- Topic: System archetypes with improvements
- Replies: 3
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Posted by ""eric wolstenholme"" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thanks for mentioning this paper Joel. It is all about creating ways of recognising the use of archetypes for improvement. One of my major points in the paper was to separate out 'problem' and 'solution' archetypes. All too often ...
Posted by eric wolstenholme <email@example.com> ""I have been asked a few times recently what, if anything, system dynamics is doing in the area of waste management. I wondered if anyone could update me on this field and reference any models. Any thoughts would be much appreciated....
Posted by eric wolstenholme <eric.wolstenholme@SYMMETRICSD.CO.UK> This note is to let system dynamics colleagues know of changes at OLM consulting. As most of you are aware the systems dynamics practice at OLM has achieved great success over the past 2 years. In order to consolidate and develop, the...
Posted by ""Eric Wolstenholme"" <Eric.Wolstenholme@olmgroup.com> Hi all, As many of you know my colleagues and I are involved in a growing number of studies in public services in the UK. To date this has largely been in health and social care. However, I have recently been asked to review research o...