For many years the UK Systems Society published its own journal, called the Systemist – two or three times a year with occasional special editions. In 2012 we negotiated a contract with the international journal publishers IGI to launch a new publication called the International Journal for Systems & Society. This is available on subscription. Access is electronic but print versions are available at extra cost.
This has taken the society to a new level and provides members with a service that is more appropriate for the growing awareness of systems ideas.
“You never learn by doing something right ‘cause you already know how to do it. You only learn from making mistakes and correcting them.”
Editorials and contents of past issues
|Vol 1 No.1||January – June 2014||Systems Thinking|
|Vol 1 No. 2||July – December 2014||Interdisciplinarity|
|Vol 2 No. 1||January – June 2015||The Practice|
|Vol 2 No. 2||July – December 2015||Special edition from Roma|
|Vol 3 No. 1||January – June 2016||Guest Edition – Systems and the SocioTechnical approach|
|Vol 3 No. 2||July- December 2016||Systems Forum|
|Vol 4 No. 1||January – June 2017||The Future of Systems is in the Past|
|Vol 4 No. 2||July – December 2017||Socio-technical perspectives on Information Systems Security|
|Vol 5 No. 1||January – June 2018||Knowledge, health and management|