Published work with clients

These papers are examples of the application of a range of systems techniques techniques  applied to organisational processes.

Haslett, T., Ballenden, C., Bassett, L., Godbole, S., & Walker, K. (2012) A Framework for the Development and Evaluation of Community Engagement International Journal for Court Administration

Sheffield, J, Shankaran, S and Haslett, T (2012) Systems thinking: Taming complexity and project management. On the Horizon Vol. 20, No. 2, pp 128 – 135

Haslett, T. (2011) How to watch the right butterfly: Some guidelines for organizational design International Journal of Information, Knowledge and Systems Management, 10, 175 – 188

Haslett, T., Ballenden, C., Godbole, S., & Walker, K. (2010) Using System Dynamics to Develop an Organizational Learning Process: The Neighborhood Justice Center International Journal for Court Administration

Haslett, T. (2007) From Hospital Plans to Computer Simulation:  A Case Study of the Alfred Centre. Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society. Boston

Haslett, T. & Sarah, R. (2006). Mapping and Modeling in the Australian Taxation Office: A Case Study. Systemic Practice and Action Research 19, (3) p. 273 – 307

Haslett, T. (2003) Understanding blood donor restrictions: Why the vCJD problem is worse than expectedPresented to the 24th Systems Dynamics Society Conference, New York.  Published System Dynamics 03, Proceedings of the Systems Dynamics Society Conference, New York.

Haslett, T. & Walker. B. C. (2003) The dynamics of local rules in hospital admission processes. Australian Health Review 26 (3): 98-106.

Haslett, T., Moss, S., Osborne, C. & Ramm, P. (2002). Local Rules and Fitness Landscapes: A Catastrophe ModelNonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences 4(1) pp 67 – 86.

Haslett, T., & Osborne, C. (2000) Local rules: their application in a kanban system. International Journal of Operations & Production Management. 20, (9) pp. 1078