Complex System Society

The Society aims to promote complex systems research pure and applied (What are Complex Systems?), assist and advise on problems of complex systems education, concern itself with the broader relations of complex systems to society, foster the interaction between complex systems scientists of different countries, establish a sense of identity amongst complexity scientists, and represent the complexity community at all international levels.
Health System Global
Support health systems to attain better health, equity and well-being by strengthening health policy and systems research, policy, and practice communities.

Connect and engage researchers, policymakers, health care managers, educators, civil society, the media, and donors from around the world to advance the field of health policy and systems research and create opportunities for unleashing their collective capacity for generating, sharing, and applying knowledge, necessary for health systems strengthening.
Human System Dynamics Institute
We build capacity among individuals, teams, communities to deal with the complexity of day-to-day existence. In public and private Adaptive Action Labs, we guide clients through innovative design, implementation, and assessment cycles to find breakthrough responses to intractable issues. In research and writing we create and disseminate perspectives, models, and methods for thriving in the 21st century.

New England Complex Systems Institute
Using next generation science to meet societal, organizational, and global challenges

The world is transforming.
Why has the unexpected become commonplace? Because of complexity. Even with mountains of data available, neither decision makers nor traditional science is equipped to unravel collective behaviors with far-reaching consequences.

Science is advancing.
Using the next generation of mathematics, complex systems science helps us understand the dynamics of society and civilization by making more accurate predictions than either statistics or calculus.
Plexus Institute
Expertise & Insight for Work in Complex Environments
Whether you are interested in better understanding how to think about and apply principles of complexity in your work or you have a project that would benefit from seeking different perspectives and approaches…Plexus Institute can teach and help you integrate Applied Complexity.
Right Care Alliance
Our vision is of a transformed system in which the pursuit of health is a right and health care is based on healing relationships, close to home, affordable, effective and just. We all deserve a system in which health professionals and patients alike experience the care they give and receive as necessary and meaningful.

The Right Care Definition
Right Care is a human right. It places the health and wellbeing of patients first. Right Care is affordable and effective. It is compassionate, honest, and safe. Right Care brings healing and comfort to patients, and satisfaction to clinicians. Achieving Right Care will require radically transforming how care is delivered and financed.
Systemic Design. Emerging contexts for systems perspectives in design
Now we call on advanced design practice to lead programs of strategic scale and higher complexity (e.g., social policy, healthcare, education, urbanization) we have adapted systems thinking methods, creatively pushing the boundaries beyond the popular modes of systems dynamics and soft systems.

Systemic design is distinguished from service or experience design in terms of scale, social complexity and integration – it is concerned with higher order systems that that entail multiple subsystems (that might be defined services). By integrating systems thinking and its methods, systemic design brings human-centred design to complex, multi-stakeholder service systems. It adapts from known design competencies – form and process reasoning, social and generative research methods, and sketching and visualization practices – to describe, map, propose and reconfigure complex social systems.