Structured Dialogic Design

Structured Dialogic Design (SDD) is a process of organizing of conversations to design systems and to document problematiques and develop action plans.
 
We are involved in several projects in this area of co-exploring.
 
SDD Workshop Crete September 2022
 
College of Exploration SDD Video Showcase
 
John Warfiled Website (with downloadable ISM software)
 
Third Phase Science and Structured Dialogic Design Presentation Video - Ken Bausch - recorded by Peter Tuddenham at George Washington University March 2012
 
Simpsons Project for SDD Open Source Software
 
Joe Simpson You Tube Channel
 
 
SDD for Systems Literacy
 
Use of Logosofia in Education
Pilot Project using Logosofia to design a charter school.
 
Structured Deliberations on International Society for the Systems Sciences.
 
Resources from Kevin Dye and Tom Flanagan https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LerX8Tg0bHLzpg4PmR7Tbv6h9MEMWxACrhX4krqjtnM/edit
 
More resources include
 
Playlist of videos on SDD from Aleco Christakis
 
Future Worlds
 
21st Agoras
 
Recent presentation by Kevin Dye on Systems Literacy and Structured Dialogue Design