Piotr Magnuszewski, co-founder and managing director of the Centre for Systems Solutions. For many years he has been working as a systems modeler, professional trainer, facilitator and researcher. He is particularly involved in linking theory and practice, science and policy, knowledge and action through diverse systems and knowledge management tools. He has been applying and teaching systems tools with diverse groups of scientists, NGOs, businesses and administration in many countries.
Piotr was working for many years as a research scholar in International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria) engaged in many international projects on adaptive management of complex socio-ecological systems. In this context, he was facilitating multi-party collaboration. He also developed and applied, in a participatory way, a range of system dynamics models. He designed and applied many simulation and role-playing games addressing the issues of sustainable development. He is an author of many research and educational publications.
Piotr has exceptional skills in the area of systems thinking and practice. He mastered a variety of different qualitative and quantitative systems methods and knows how to adapt them to particular problems and groups. He is certified in the use of the ISIS Method and ISIS Accelerator tools for strategic sustainable development.
He lives with his wife and two children in Wroclaw, Poland.