This webinar will introduce problem solving by category of complexity and discuss techniques and methods used for each category. We will discuss and describe the phases of basic problem solving, including developing a problem statement, SMART goal, root cause analysis, and implementing sustainable solutions. Tools and techniques used and proven to ensure successful outcomes and sustainable solutions for problem solving will be discussed and defined.
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If you are a project manager, facilitator, sponsor, or coach, this is a must-attend, high-energy webinar that will explore, discuss, and define elements of successful workshop facilitation.
If you work very closely with your supply chain when innovating, this section explains the core concepts behind Supply Chain Innovation Management. Key findings and conclusion. Last round of Q&A sessions for the series.
This webinar will build on the Ethics Bistro blog published in February 2020 on the skills needed by project managers to achieve a sustainable future globally. The session will be divided into 3 parts that end with polling questions and will tackle topics such as: aligning sustainability and disruption; the skills needed to achieve this alignment; challenges to be overcome; and the values and principles involved in such an endeavor.
As the world becomes more inter-connected, it becomes inherently more complex and more prone to tipping into chaos. This phenomenon is not helped by the fact that most individuals do not understand the differences between how complex systems work. A lot of our assumptions are plain wrong when it comes to complexity – we look for root causes when there are none; we adopt command-and-control management strategies when self-organisation is the only viable method; and we fail to recognise that whenever discontinuous change happens, things will get worse before they get better. This webinar offers a crash-course in complex systems theory and provides real-world examples of how enterprises that embrace the complexity are progressively displacing traditional organisations.