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Monday, July 10
 

08:45

Day 1 Introduction: From State Affairs to Viable Democracies in a Changing World to Risk and Crisis Management and the Freedom and Security of Citizens
Government & Governance Day

Political institutions and governments, from regional to national and supra-national scale, are applying advanced approaches in politics to tackle large-scale multi-stakeholder complex issues. The conference will showcase examples of legislation and investment decision processes enabled through systems thinking and systems design, highlighting the pressing problems of financing states in the transformation of the economy, of migration & sociodemographic changes leading to heterogeneous citizenships, and the aim of developing integrative and reflected societies in a vivid science and political practice dialogue.

The conference will critically assess the opportunities to strengthen communities based on the principle of mutual solidarity (Solidargemeinschaften) and social justice in today’s world, and subsequent people´s participation processes in the public sphere, as well as the areas of conflict in newly regulated societies and applied digital surveillance while meeting the demands of protection, security and freedom of citizens.


Monday July 10, 2017 08:45 - 09:00
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria
 
Tuesday, July 11
 

07:15

#ISSS2017 Vienna Roundtable
Chairs
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Susan Farr Gabriele

Educator, GEMS: Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems
SIG Chair: ISSS Round Table (see below)Susan Farr Gabriele, PhD, taught for twenty years in Los Angeles schools, including assignments as mentor teacher and department chair. Later, studying systems methods for education under Bela H. Banathy, she earned a PhD in human science: social... Read More →

Tuesday July 11, 2017 07:15 - 08:30
Bertalanffy Centre for the Study of Systems Sciences Paulanergasse 13, 1040 Wien, Austria

08:45

Day 2 Introduction: From Money to Value Creation to Reinventing Economy in the Energy Transition
Economy Day

Our re-regionalized and globalized economies are in need of innovative alternative economic models (e.g. socioecological models, economies for the common good). The conference will bridge advances in macro-economics from an academic perspective, like outlooks into new value assessments beyond the GDP with Thermodynamics- and Evolutionary Economics, and current advances of Impact Investments for conscious business practices. Business and industry leaders will meet political decision makers and start a conversation underpinned with the latest insights gathered by systems scientists and practitioners.

The conference will additionally highlight successful practice in the areas of Bioeconomies, Circular Economies (e.g. Cradle to Cradle) and large scale resilient and resource-efficient supply chains / value networks, innovative energy productions and advances in renewable energy resources from a scientific as well as applied perspective, in industrialized and developing countries to address the need for the energy transition.


Tuesday July 11, 2017 08:45 - 09:00
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

09:00

Keynote Science: "Social Value and Money" - Professor Dr. Hardy Hanappi
Speakers
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Univ.Prof. Mag. Dr. Hardy Hanappi

Institute for Mathematical Methods in Economics, TU Wien
Professor, Ad Personam Jean Monnet Chair for Political Economy of European Integration, Insitute for Mathematical Methods in Economics, University of Technology Vienna


Tuesday July 11, 2017 09:00 - 09:30
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

09:30

Keynote Practice: Dr. Charly Kleissner
Speakers
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Dr. Charly Kleissner

Co-Founder, KL Felicitas Foundation, Toniic
Dr. Charly Kleissner is an impact investor. He believes that the fundamental and deeper meaning of wealth is to make a positive contribution to humanity and the planet. He insists that the best impact investments integrate financial return and social/environmental impact. And he argues... Read More →


Tuesday July 11, 2017 09:30 - 10:00
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

10:00

Keynote Science: Prof. Dr. Andre Martinuzzi
Speakers
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Prof. Dr. André Martinuzzi

Head of Institute, Vienna University, Institute for Managing Sustainability
Evaluation, CSR, Sustainable Development, Knowledge Brokerage Sustainable development is an important challenge for our time - one which we at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration wish to thoroughly analyse. Here, the topic is addressed from a variety of... Read More →


Tuesday July 11, 2017 10:00 - 10:30
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

10:30

Keynote: Q&A
Tuesday July 11, 2017 10:30 - 10:45
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

11:15

Keynote Practice: Dr. Olaf Brugman - '3136 Sustainable Development in Business Networks - The Ecology of Dialogue and Narratives in Management'
Sustainable Development in Business Networks - The Ecology of Dialogue and Narratives in Management (PLENARY)

The presentation shows how dialogue and narratives are drivers for sustainable business development in and by organisational networks. Sustainable development and inclusive business are required for business to maintain its social license to operate, both in a physical and in a social sense. Developing business in a sustainable way regards challenges and solutions that go beyond the sphere of control of individual businesses.

Effective stakeholder dialogue development builds narratives that influence and enable actors. They are essential both as a business intelligence tools to develop the business in its identity, strategy and operations, and also to design and realise physical, economic and social environments in which business can thrive in a legitimate and inclusive way.This is demonstrated by practical examples in the areas of green finance, sustainable agriculture and in a policy dialogue between government, business and civil society on good land governance in the Netherlands.

System dynamics models on learning, development, intercommunity relationship dynamics, ecology, mind (Gregory and Marie Catherine Bateson) and management cybernetics (Stafford Beer, Raul Espejo, Fredmund Malik, Markus Schwaninger) are used to discuss the role of dialogue and narratives in non-hierarchical organisational networks. Also, a case study on sustainable soy supply chains will be presented on how management cybernetics’ concepts and tools were used to stimulate dialogue and to use its fruits to design better sustainable business systems, using Malik Super Syntegration technology.The presentation draws conclusions on what system science can contribute to designing effective dialogues for collaborative change in organisational networks. And it suggests how experiences from business practice may inspire further dialogue and narrative-centered development of viable systems science and management cybernetics.

Speakers
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Dr. Olaf Brugman

Head of Sustainable Markets, Rabobank
Olaf Brugman is an executive director and Head of Sustainable Markets, , and responsible for green and social capital market finance. He also represents Rabobank in the executive committee of the Green Bond Principles, one of the leading standards for sustainable capital market finance... Read More →


Tuesday July 11, 2017 11:15 - 11:45
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

11:45

Economy Panel Session: DDr. Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, DI Dr. Roland Kuras, Ladeja Godina Kosir, Josephine von Mitschke

The contribution of DDr. Thun-Hohenstein: The Commons: Inspiring the For-Profit-Paradigm in Digital Modernity

Speakers
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DI Dr. Roland Kuras

Power Solution
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Josephine von Mitschke-Collande

Programme Manager, Innaxis Research Institute
Innaxis Research Institute (INX, www.innaxis.org) is a private and independent research institution addressing complex scientific challenges of significant social and economic impact. Innaxis'​ agenda covers different sectors: aviation, transport, ICT, life sciences, environment... Read More →
avatar for Ladeja Godina Košir, MSc

Ladeja Godina Košir, MSc

Co-founder and managing director of Giacomelli Media, Circular Change Slovenia
MSc Ladeja Godina Košir, co-founder and managing director of Giacomelli Media, is a connector and marketing-communications professional with more than 20 years’ experience in the Adriatic region. Focusing on economic and societal transformation, she co-creates with different stakeholders... Read More →
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DDr. Christoph Thun-Hohenstein

General Director, Museum für angewandte Kunst (MAK)
Christoph Paul Norbert came from the Thun-Hohenstein-Sardagna line and graduated from the Vienna Academic High School in 1978 and promoted Dr. iur. (Rechtswissenschaftschaft) and 1983 as Dr. phil. (Political Science and Art History) at the University of Vienna. Between 1984 and 1993... Read More →


Tuesday July 11, 2017 11:45 - 12:30
Kuppelsaal der TU Wien (Karlsplatz) Resselgasse, 1040 Wien, Austria

12:30