System Thinking

Managers need a global, comprehensive perspective to effectively deal with complex situations. The conventional method is traditional problem solving to break difficult predicaments into sub-problems which are solved one-by-one, but this process can quickly become cumbersome and ineffective. Instead, learn an approach called "system thinking" that focuses on the interrelationships and dynamics of a situation, and develop a more global perspective that can open up the possibility of new and more effective solutions. Through discussions and hands-on exercises, learn simple tools and techniques you can apply immediately in your organization.

Fee: Yes

Contact Information:
James Van Doren
Executive Education
james.vandoren@case.edu
Phone: 216-368-6413
Fax: 216-368-0200

Website Resources:
System Thinking
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sponsored by: Weatherhead Executive Education

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