Systemic Planning: Principles and Methodology for Planning in a Complex World

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    Abstract

    This book presents principles and methodology for planning in a complex world. It sets out a so-called systemic approach to planning, among other things, by applying “hard” and “soft” methodologies and methods in combination. The book is written for Ph.D and graduate students in engineering, business and other fields, and it is useful for all professionals, across a wide range of employment areas, who share an interest in renewing planning practice. Such an endeavour is seen as both important and timely, recognising that many complex planning tasks necessitate organisations – be they public or private – to engage in planning to prepare proactive decision-making.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationCopenhagen
    PublisherPolyteknisk
    Edition1.
    Number of pages180
    ISBN (Print)87-502-0965-5
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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