Sociocybernetics is the quantitative study of social systems. As such it can be applied in daily management. For example, sociocybernetics may help find out what organizational framework one needs in order to achieve a desired outcome of two interacting parties (e.g., individuals, departments, companies).

My own research in sociocybernetics started in 1995 in Miami and culminated in my dissertation in 1997 in which I proved the viability of sociocybernetics in foreign policy analysis. For those interested in my past research and findings, have a look at my dissertation.

The Logic of Social Interactions in Foreign Policy