Complex, difficult problems are the bane of even the most well-planned change effort.
“Wicked” problems can be intractable and enduring. “Sticky” issues can haunt and weaken the motivation for change. Emergent complexity can derail organizational investments for desired change. Unprepared for and unseen “dynamical change” forces have led more than a few 9-step and phase-based change models into a performance quagmire. Watching another large, small, or organizational change effort fall by the wayside does not have to be your fate. Complexity science, systems thinking, and adaptive action are the new technologies repositioning organizations for change success by connecting leaders with agile, responsive complexity based tools. Facilitating and Managing Complex Systems Change upgrades participant’s Newtonian change thinking for tomorrows complex realities.
Elements and Expectations
Participants in this course obtain will:
- Gain immediate actionable and useable tools and methods for complex change leadership;
- Understand new and dynamic perspectives on leading change;
- Benefit from experiential learning;
- Delve into the visible and unseen influences within human systems;
- Learn new tools, methods, and models to empower their change toolkit;
- Embrace an appreciation of “Emergent behavior” and “Self-organization”; and
- Acquire access to a global network of practitioners equipped facilitating and leading complex change.
The tuition fee for this course is $3,900. Tuition fee does not include accommodations.
The course begins at 8:30am on the first day and ends at 3pm on the last day.