Systems Thinking in Complex Environments
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|Self Paced||30 Hours||Digital Badge||$990|
Specific emphasis is given to systems thinking in healthcare from a complexity science perspective. This systems paradigm is operationalized through reflection and dissection of real-world systems and the role of the innovation leader in the assessment and intervention design within complex systems. Participants describe systems using systems concepts and principles, apply chaotic and complex perspectives to different systems, assess system change approaches, and develop a plan to achieve innovation leadership competency. Systems thinking provides a language and a set of tools for describing and understanding the forces and interrelationships that shape the behaviors of systems. People who are systems thinkers see problems differently.
What topics will be covered
Professor Janet Kerby
Janet Kerby applies her years of experience in Information Technology and business innovation to help individuals and organizations bring innovative solutions to life. Janet is recognized for her ability to synthesize and simplify information to communicate a common vision to influence business value creation. Janet is a subject matter expert on systemic innovation, and digital transformation in retail and healthcare. She is passionate about systems thinking, organizational development, and the creation of innovative teams. Over 21 year, Janet held a diversity of roles at Intel Corporation including marketing and program management with the Internet of Things (IoT) group, Information Technology, and Sales and Marketing Group.
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To earn the Executive certificate you must finish all four self-paced online courses with a finale score of 80% or greater. This course provides approximately 30 hours of content. Participants have up to one year from the purchase date to complete this course. This course is worth 3 continuing education credits.