We work in trans-disciplinary teams, collaborating with practitioners in public, private and third-sector organisations to develop ways of addressing complexity.
Our fundamental research in critical systems thinking, cybernetics, information systems and complex systems science, focuses on developing concepts, theories and methodologies to identify and define systemic properties and behaviours, and to explain how and why these arise.
Our ideas and methods are tested and refined in a broad range of application areas including health, policy analysis, development, resilience and sustainability of socio-economic systems and the environment, digital economy and society, organisational transformation, food security, cybersecurity, sustainable tourism, low-carbon economy, evaluation, stakeholder engagement, radicalisation and marginalisation, innovation, conflict management and community operational research.
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