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By Göran Goldkuhl, Annie Röstlinger (auth.), Anders G. Nilsson, Remigijus Gustas, Wita Wojtkowski, W. Gregory Wojtkowski, Stanisław Wrycza, Jože Zupančič (eds.)

Advances in details platforms improvement: Bridging the space among Academia and undefined, Volumes 1 and 2, are the gathered complaints of the Fourteenth foreign convention on info platforms improvement: equipment and instruments, idea and perform – ISD’2005 convention. those most modern volumes on details platforms improvement research the trade of rules among academia and and goals to discover new recommendations.

The box of knowledge platforms improvement (ISD) progresses swiftly, constantly growing new demanding situations for the pros concerned. New suggestions, ways and strategies of structures improvement emerge consistently during this box.

The seven convention tracks highlighted on the Fourteenth overseas convention on details structures improvement – ISD’2005 convention:

- Co-design of commercial and IT

- communique and Methods

- Human Values of data Technology

- carrier improvement and IT

- specifications Engineering within the IS Life-Cycle

- Semantic net methods and Applications

- administration and IT

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In this sense Churchman was the first co-designer. Churchman was often criticised for a lack of practical examples of codesign thinking. In the beginning of the 1980's, I was able to attend a talk by Churchman at Stanford. A large audience was listening and at the end 36 OlovForsgren there was time for questions. As I remembered there was only one serious question.

He called it "systems thinking or the systems approach". I had the privilege to be part of this work from 1973 when I first was advised to meet with him. There are many good stories about the start of this new philosophy of knowledge, including writings of Churchman himself. In this text I am not going to repeat those stories. Instead, the main focus is to discuss some results and implications when we start to use this new philosophy of knowledge in practice. First I should say that I really disliked Churchman 's label, "systems thinking and systems approach", because most researchers and philosophers that place themselves as systems thinkers have very little in common with Churchman's ideas.

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