From production and marketing to customer service and fulfillment,organizations are made up of a series of interconnected parts. And while eachfunction may appear to operate efficiently on its own, a change in just one cogcan throw the whole system out of whack, creating a continuous chain reactionof problems.
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- Understand the concept of systems thinking and why it's important
- Identify the benefits of using systems thinking in the workplace
- Learn how to apply systems thinking to address a problem orsituation
- Minimize unintended consequences of major decisions
- Know how to use systems thinking to improve innovation andproductivity
- Recognize the potential pitfalls of implementing systems thinking
- What Is Systems Thinking and Why Does It Matter?
- Systems Thinking Language and Tools
- Pitfalls to Avoid
- Applying Systems Thinking in the Workplace
- 4 hours / Half Day
- Includes Instructor Guide, Participant Guide, PowerPointpresentation, Course Overview, Learning Summary, and CourseEvaluation
- Also Included: Case Study, Action Plan, andTest Your Knowledge
- Approx. 60 minutes
- Includes PowerPoint presentation
- Also Included: Quizzes and Case Study