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BUS 608 Systems Thinking: Creative Solutions to Complex Problems

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Course Description

Peter Senge, a leading researcher in the fields of systems thinking and organizational learning, defines systems thinking as both a thinking skill and a language for understanding and working with complexity. When you understand the complexity of a situation, you are better able to think and act in ways that produce desired results, without causing harmful side effects. In this seminar, learn a unique approach to systems thinking as a method and tool for working with change, solving complex problems, and creating individual and team learning.


  • Five disciplines of a learning organization
  • Concepts of systems, systems thinking, complexity and their implications for the workplace
  • Explaining specific types of systems, called archetypes
  • Applying systems thinking to a challenging situation and opportunity
  • Developing an action plan

Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s)


  BUS 608 - 003 Systems Thinking: Creative Solutions to Complex Problems  
  Spring 2017   Status:  Available
Class:   Tue, Wed 8:30AM - 4:30PM
20 Jun 2017 to 21 Jun 2017
Number of Sessions: 2 Sessions
Hours: 14.0
Course Fees:   Flat fee non-credit    $685.00
Campus: Main Campus
Instructor(s): Henry Senko, PhD
  Section Notes:  A $25 fee applies for course withdrawals and transfers.  

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