Breaking the Cycle of
Chronic Problems: Your ways of operating are perfectly designed to give
you exactly what you have!
Have you ever had a problem that you "solved"
over and over again? Or a situation that recurred no matter whom you
hired to fill a position? Well, clearly there is more going on than
meets the eye. You are caught in a "systemic structure" that
is perfectly designed to give you the results you keep producing. This
course can help you get out of the cycle by teaching you to "see"
and "hear" the forces at play. Once the forces are identified,
you can locate one or more opportunities to break the cycle and start
producing desired results.
CEO's, Presidents, Vice-Presidents
Introduction to System Dynamics
and Diagrams of Systems Thinking
Universal Systems and Forces at Play
Interventions for Going Deeper
Steps of Systems
Thinking Analysis on a Real Problem
How Our Thinking Impacts Our Conversations
Thinking and Acting for More "Learningful" Conversations
* Ideas based in part on "The Fifth Discipline,"
Peter M. Senge, Doubleday-Currency books
An appreciation that there is no single answer or "truth",
rather we operate out of our own understanding and belief of what
You will achieve
significant progress on a real problem you are facing.
capability to understand complexity.
in your capacity to have more "learningful" conversations
across boundaries and levels.
The standard teaching approach is to introduce a particular
framework or tool, have participants practice new skills, and apply
those skills to a business challenge in order to develop powerful new
insights and strategies. There is limited reliance on lecture and strong
emphasis on having participants work together in new ways. One of the
key components involves the active and deliberate use of reflection
and group inquiry about the practice and application of the theory,
methodology, and/or tools and the group's collective learnings.
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