I. Iberoamerican Congress on Systemic Solutions for Organisational Transformation – I. CISSTO
Web pages: http://cissto.sesge.org/
Committed to the objective of promoting research and practice centred on Systems Thinking in Spain, Portugal and Latin America, the Spanish Society of General Systems (SESGE) is organizing a Congress focused on the presentation of “specific solutions to complex problems”, starting from the distinguishing elements under the umbrella of the concepts and methodologies Systems Thinking and Design, Cybernetics, Studies of Complexity and the impact that new technologies have on society, individuals and organizations, as we face the challenge of their transformation in the 21st century.
The I CISSTO includes the presentation of conferences by practicing professionals and academics of recognized prestige, all within the thematic areas of the I CISSTO. If you wish to give a conference, you should ask the organizing committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
The papers presented in its three main categories (scientific articles, technical articles and posters) will be evaluated by a qualified board, with the objective of recognizing the best ones in each category. An official recognition certificate will be awarded.
Authors whose papers have a sufficient scientific and methodological basis will be invited to send a manuscript of their article, to dedicate a special edition of the International Systems Journal (RIS) to the 1st Ibero-American Congress of Systemic Solutions for the Transformation of Organizations – CISSTO.
Certificates of participation
All participants who register and present will have a certificate of participation and / or communication, issued by the Spanish Society of General Systems (SESGE) and signed by the Academic Committee and Organizer of the Congress.
You can choose to attend the full Congress for three days or choose one in particular. See rates on the CISSTO website
The main body of the congress will be the plenary sessions. However, there can be workshops on specific topics organized in limited groups in which early registration for participation will be required