The Hellenic Chapter of the System Dynamics Society was established in fall 2002. It is a registered official scientific society under the Greek Law and has its headquarter office in Athens. The membership of the chapter has grown from the fifteen founding members to around forty. Members of the chapter are both academics and practitioners based in Greece, the U.K. and the U.S.A. who are involved in a wide range of projects involving the use of the system dynamics methodology. The chapter has organized, alone and in co-operation with other systems-related societies in Greece, events which have contributed to the spread of system dynamics in the country. As a result, system dynamics is currently used in Greece both in the private sector, as well as for policy making at the national and regional levels. A milestone has been the use of system dynamics for managing organizational change and resources in the Athens 2004 Olympics. Currently, the efforts of the Hellenic Chapter are mainly directed towards preparing a bid for hosting a very exciting International System Dynamics Conference in Athens, in 2008.