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Delia Pembrey MacNamara

International Society for the System Sciences
SIG Chair: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science
Australia
Vice President Memberships and Public Relations (2013-2019), International Society for the Systems Sciences

SIG Chair: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science (See below for information)

Consistently ahead of her time, Delia's Enterprise 2.0 training programs for business began in 2006, and were granted Foundation Award status by the University of Hull soon after. Her consultancy clients included the University of Hull, Hull City Council, NHS, East Riding Business Network, Beverley Chamber of Commerce, Immage Studios and many SME's. Delia's international career path spans Australia, Europe, and the UK, working across several industry sectors that included training, business, organisation change management and IT has resulted in a unique overview of how technology impacts on the way we communicate and do business. As acceptance of "social media" in the business world and society over the past 10 years has given rise to exponential innovation and social change, Delia's research focus is developing, implementing and evaluating a practical approach of "Systemic Leadership in a Networked World" using a critical systems thinking approach.

Nicknamed 'The Boundary Woman', Delia's key contribution is the development of the Boundary Triage and its Objects - a practical critical systemic leadership toolbox that embraces embodied cognition and is theoretically grounded in systems, social and organisational theory.

Specialities: systemic leadership; systems thinking, philosophy and practice; boundary theory; collective intelligence; collective innovation; open innovation; internet evolution; social media; networks; collaborative and digital technologies.

Key Research Interests: AI Algorithms, Humanoid Robots (Soft), Cyberethics, Cybernetics, Social Systemics

Twitter: http://twitter.com/dconstructed01
Researchgate: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Delia_MacNamara
Adademia.edu: https://hull.academia.edu/DeliaMacNamara (download recent work)

SIG Chair: Science, Spirituality and Systems Science (See below for information)
Science' and 'Spirituality' are considered to be two opposing paradigms that cannot be resolved. Yet what exactly do these paradigms mean and what do they mean for you? Papers are requested that explore the relationship between science, systems science and spirituality, to inspire debate and discussion around the relationship between Science, Spirituality and Systems Science. Science' and 'Spirituality' are considered to be two opposing paradigms that can not be resolved. Yet what exactly do these paradigms mean and what do they mean for you? Papers are requested that explore the relationship between science, systems science and spirituality, to inspire debate and discussion around the relationship between Science, Spirituality and Systems Science.Papers are requested that explore the relationship between science, systems science and spirituality, with a focus on how you and your research:use systems thinking/systems science to provide insights into how these areas are related and/orhow (if at all) science and/or spirituality impacts the development or practice of systems sciences/philosophy/thinking;how can an appreciation of Science, Spirituality and Systems Science and the dynamics between the belief systems they represent in the Human Activity System steer, or deter, the direction of humanity.On a broader level, how can these three themes be applied to or inform the core themes of the conference. Format: Any presentation format including workshop/discussion for a duration of 25 minutes. For formal presentations, the format will be 10 minutes presentation followed by 10 minutes Questions and Answers/Discussion.Format: Presentation: 20 mins; Q&A: 5 mins; Discussion: 5 minsKeywords: Science, Systems, Spirituality, interrelationships, Systems Science, Holism, Post-normal science, inquiry, time (past-present-future), systemics, altruism, virtues, values
Monday, July 25
 

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Tuesday, July 26
 

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Wednesday, July 27
 

9:30am

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Thursday, July 28
 

10:29am

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