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Code of Success

Systems Thinking for Challenge Management


In the rapidly changing world, the way businesses are run and life is lived are inevitably affected. Development and adaptation are key issues in enabling everyone in the organization to deal with change. The ability to think is becoming increasingly important and can be learned through systematic practice. It aims to solve problems quickly.

Systems thinking is a necessary skill to overcome challenges to the point of developing thinking. It is also one of the five disciplines for developing a learning organization, leading to an innovation organization. Systems thinking itself is the analysis of whole pictures of events to identify the components that work together or have an impact. In this way, learners know the systems well and are able to find faults and fix them.

Systems Thinking for Challenge Management is designed to improve systems thinking skills and increase understanding. As a result, you will be able to analyze problems and find the solution systematically.

Course Objectives:

1. Understand the system and its process to properly capture incidents or problems 2. Improve systems thinking skills

3. Apply systems thinking to analyze incidents and problems to problem solve.

Course Description: 2 days training. 09:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Day 1

Module 1: Brain and thinking

  • How the brain works and the source of thinking.

  • The question for completion

  • Goal identification with SMART GOALS

Module 2: Systems and systems thinking

  • The systems theory

  • The component of the system

  • 4 key attributes of the system

  • The theory of systems thinking

  • Advantages of systems thinking

Module 3: Systems thinking and development

  • The technique of systems thinking

  • 9 steps to systems thinking

  • 4 steps of systems thinking and its application

Module 4: Problem analysis/ challenges with systems thinking

  • Problem is challenging

  • Problem that should be addressed with systems thinking

  • Key point

  • Long term problems

  • Solved problem

  • Solved problem without success

  • Identify problems and address them systematically

  • Incident

  • Issue

  • Structure of the problem

  • The mind mapping approach to system analysis

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