•System Dynamics

System Dynamics (SD) is a management science that combines systematic thinking and computer modulation. Developed by J.W. Forrester, a professor from Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US, SD combines the knowledge of ‘feedback control system’ from engineering science with computer science. Because it combines systematic management thinking and dynamic computer modulation analysis.

SD has been widely adopted in the fields of social science, economics, management, environmental science, and strategy planning in the international arena.

SD application can help detect complicated casual feedback loop relations in various systems, enhancing the level of discernment for dynamic complexity in these systems. SD is also responsible for the development of a ‘management flight simulator’. It provides a virtual organization, where trainees can build skills in decision making by exploring the role of managers adopting the SD method.