Gene Bellinger has been a passionate Systems Thinker for almost four decades. He is a highly respected member of the systems thinking community, a member of the System Dynamics Society, author of several hundred articles, and host of over 800 videos on Systems Thinking.
In 2013 Gene coauthored Beyond Connecting the Dots: Modeling for Meaningful Results with Scott Fortmann-Roe, the developer of Insight Maker. For almost six years Gene hosted the Systems Thinking World discussion groups on LinkedIn and Facebook, a group of ~21,000 members focused on developing a better understanding of, and employing systems thinking principles.
Gene is also the developer of the Systems-Thinking and SystemsWiki websites. He has been a major contributor to the development of Insight Maker, a web based modeling and simulation environment, and of Kumu, a web-based relationship-mapping environment. Presently Gene is actively engaged in developing the Systems Thinking World Kumu e-Learning Environment (STW KeLE), The Perspectives Project and the Systems Learning Sessions.
Reading (in “Uncommon Sense”) that studying Hydrogen and Oxygen does not let you understand the characteristic of “wetness.”
Favorite System Tool
Uncommon Sense: The Life of Ludwig von Bertalanffy – Mark Davidson
Thinking in Systems: A Primer – Donella Meadows
The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization –
Management Cybernetics – Barry Clemson
Systems KeLe (https://kumu.io/stw/systems-kele)
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“Continue to ask, ‘And?’ in every situation.”
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