2019-11-11

November 11 (the second Monday of the month) is the 73st meeting for Systems Thinking Ontario. The registration is on Eventbrite at https://book-launch-stafford-beer.eventbrite.com.

Systems Changes: Object Process Methodology

We regret having to announce a last minute change of agenda. The book launch will be rescheduled.

The Systems Changes Research program last gave a status report at the May 13 meeting. A small group (David Ing, Zaid Khan, Dan Eng, Kelly Okamura, Robert Best) have been meeting every three weeks since the beginning of the year.

Object Process Methodology is a method that was introduced to the systems science community through INCOSE (the International Council on Systems Engineering). Through the dedication of Professor Dov Dori, at the Technion (Israel), OPM has become a standard as ISO 19450.

The Systems Changes Research program has been documenting alternative ways of describing our understanding, using Object Process Diagrams that are enforced with Object Process Language. We will review work in progress, and welcome comments from session participants.

Venue:

Suggested pre-reading:

There's a Wikipedia entry at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_Process_Methodology .

Artifacts have accumulated on Google Scholar.

Agenda

Post-meeting artifacts

Bloggers are encouraged to write about their learning and experiences at the meeting. Links will be added to this page.

20191111_SystemsChanges_OPM.pdf