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Letter from the President

Proposal for Book Chapters of the book:
Systemic Technologies for Business Excellence


Dear colleagues and friends,

It is my pleasure to announce the USE-EUS decision to publish a book that will be useful to Systemic Analysts, Business Professionals and Consultants and Academics / Researchers (in particular University Professors of Business and Technology Schools) who may use systemic approaches for the improvement of business and finally to accomplish Excellence.

Our scope is to invite people from our International Systemic and Business Community to bring in their experiences from current research and projects.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in this UES-EUS effort as an author. The final selection will be done by an International Committee of three Professors: Professor Nikitas Assimakopoulos (EUS President, Greece, Professor Damien Claeys (EUS General Secretary, Belgium) and Professor Ricardo Rodríguez-Ulloa (EUS Member, Peru).

Our proposal is to create a new book that is missing from the International Bibliography and deals with the concepts and methodologies of Systemic Technologies for Business Excellence. The new book will provide its recipients (mainly professionals at all levels of organizational hierarchy, entrepreneurs, researchers, consultants and Professors, graduate students of business, economics and technology), with the necessary skills and knowledge in order to be able to face the unprecedented turbulence in the business environment, and create a sustainable advantage for their organizations integrating excellence in all activities.

In addition to Systemic Methodologies – Technologies and tools such as Vensim, Anylogic, Forio, VSMod, DCSYM Case Tool, Viplan, Cogniscope, IdeaPrism etc. the Systemic Design Thinking Tools for Creativity, the application of Total Quality Management and Business Excellence methodologies, six sigma, lean management, quality management systems, strategic management systems, etc. could be considered as systemic approaches given that they affect the whole business operation and contribute to the holistic performance enhancement.

The book will be published by the well-known Inderscience Publishers.

Please send us ( the title of your Chapter, your affiliation and your chapter of about 5000 words no later than September 30, 2023.

The guidelines are in Template 1, Template 2 and Template 3.

Best regards,

Professor Nikitas Assimakopoulos,
UES-EUS President
Brussels, Belgium.

Hellenic Society of Systemic Studies