The Applied Systems Thinking (ASysT) Institute is a collaborative endeavor of Analytic Services Inc. Stevens Institute of Technology School of Systems and Enterprises joined with Analytic Services in 2007 as the Founding Collaborator for ASysT. The mission of ASysT is to advance the application of systems thinking principles in the fields of national security, homeland security, intelligence, energy, environment, education, and healthcare. As a unique research, development, and educational endeavor, the ASysT Institute seeks both to advance the understanding of the field of systems thinking and translate this understanding into pragmatic applications that enhance the security of our nation. The services provided through the ASysT Institute include: Community, Capability, and Competency Development.
- Community Development: Working with executives in the national security, homeland security, intelligence and other national communities on topics relating to the principles and application of systems thinking and related disciplines; helping decision makers define and understand the problems.
- Capability Development: Collaborative research programs focused where systems thinking and related disciplines intersect with the national security, homeland security, intelligence, energy, education, and transportation domains; developing new tools and methods for addressing high priority, complex problems in a systemic way.
- Competency Development: Education and training in systems thinking and related disciplines with an emphasis on domains of national concern; publishing in scholarly journals and other press.
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2900 South Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22206
Toll Free: 866-226-5697