Using Systems Thinking to Solve Difficult Organizational Problems

Facilitator: Guy Nasmyth

More and more, traditional patterns of behaviour and decision-making have been found limited in addressing increasingly complex challenges. Overcoming limiting reductionist thinking and practicing the discipline of systems thinking would seem to be the solution. And yet, while much has been written about systems thinking and more is written every year, it seems to have little impact. This course will move beyond establishing a clear working understanding of systems thinking towards an informed approach to applying systems thinking to resolve our most challenging problems.

Course Dates: Using Systems Thinking to Solve Difficult Organizational Problems

For more information about this course please contact Professional and Continuing Studies