Task Group: Creative DSS | IFIP Working Group 8.3: Decision Support Systems

IFIWG8.3 Task Group on
Creative DSS in Precarious Decision Making Contexts
This task Group was confirmed at the IFIPWG8.3 business meeting on 30 June 2012.
Task Group co-chairs: Patrick Humphreys and Miguel Imas

Most recent Task Group Workshop:
New technologies for supporting creative decision making in precarious contexts
was held 5 June 2014
at Université Pierre et Marie Curie
, Paris, France
as part of the DSS2014 conference

click here for details

History of the Task Group

This task group was initiated by Patrick Humphreys and Miguel Imas at the panel meeting on “Creative Precarious Decision-Making in the Crises of Our Time” at DSS2012 in order to continue the aims of the panel and gain practical, collaborative results and case studies on creative DSS in precarious decision making contexts. Click here for details of the Panel and the presentations given there
At the 2012 meeting Patrick Humphreys described "Emergence of creative cluster-development initiatives by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Samos". At that time a video case study about the Samos (Bioenersis) initiative was still in prorgressesIt is now complete any you can click here to view it

Join the Task Group

Membership of the Task Group is open to Members and Friends of IFIP WG83, and the colleagues they nominate. As a Member of this Group, you can make and manage your own projects in the task group' projectPier workspace and upload relevant files, which member of the group can comment on. You can also join in the projects created by other members of the group. There are also projects in this workspace that are general to the whole group, including those for specific meetings of the group. If you would like to join the group, place send your request by an email to p.humphreys@.lse.ac.uk
This task group reports to the IFIP WG 8.3 annual business meeting but is internally self-managed (bottom-up). Task groups usually have an annual working meeting for themselves. The next annual meeting for this group will be on 5 June 2124 at the workshop on in