Changes to the IT infrastructure, restructuring of teams, changes to implementation guidelines or organizational measures such as the introduction of agile working methods repeatedly lead to uncertainty among employees.
This is because the changes represent a "complex situation" whose objectives are predetermined, but which become incalculable due to corporate dynamics that are difficult to influence. For this reason, the measures applied unfortunately all too often do not lead to the desired results.
A lack of and badly distributed knowledge of an organization as well as scarcity of resources for "man & machine" reduce the company's ability to deal with "complexity".
The word "complexity" often serves as an excuse for not wanting to solve existing problems or to excuse possible mistakes.
Since "complexity" is defined differently, there is no common consensus within the company to adequately solve "complex problems". The consequence of this is that "complex problems" are recognized, but only resolved symptomatically. As a result, new problem areas are constantly emerging whose causes are no longer comprehensible.
Complexity management teaching is a scientific management discipline that is subject to ongoing development.
In practice, the theory has not yet been able to establish itself because theory and reality drift far apart. Instead, one tries to simply skip the effective examination of the matter of complexity by using sham solutions.
However, in order to successfully implement complexity management, theory must be adapted to the situation-related corporate structure. We convey this knowledge in a pragmatic and practice-oriented way.
Our goal is to provide you with the action competence you need to solve "complex issues" using real case studies and scenarios.
Our online agenda
Welcome and as-is analysis
Basic theory of systems theory and networked thinking
Indispensable "partner" disciplines
Creating and understanding models, the Big Picture Element
Recording and managing the dynamics (case study Value Stream)
Getting to know and applying the Complexity method kit
Case studies (own ones are welcome)
Define common best practice procedure and set of methods
Questions, answers and take with it
Our goal is to provide you with both the theory and the skills you need to recognize "complex issues" in your environment and to solve them in a situation-specific manner using real case studies and scenarios.
Interest in the topic and willingness to learn.
All those who want to learn more about the topic.
You will receive a mimacom Consulting Education course confirmation.
Are delivered electronically
08:30 - 12:00 & 13:15 - 16:45
CHF 880 (exkl. VAT)
Number of participants is limited!
Your instructor - Javier Baiges
Javier Baiges aquired his understanding of the basics of classical Kaizen at the Kaizen Institute under the management of Masaaki Imai. Topics such as Lean Management, TPM (Total Productive Management) Lean Administration were just as much a part of the course as the training as Trainer & Coach. His knowledge was applied and deepened in a practical way in different sectors such as the pharmaceutical industry, heavy industry, various production workshops and service companies.
Since 2015 his focus has increasingly shifted to agile topics. Experience in various areas of application has shown that both the classic variants and agile methods must be individually adapted to the individual companies, because dogmatic adherence to only one approach is not conducive to achieving the desired results.
Javier developed the satisfy Education Model from these theoretical basics and the practical experiences to a holistic system, which allows the user to understand the complex system of a company in a holistic way, in order to apply and further develop methods from the course modules individually as required.
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Picture: Javier Baiges together with Masaaki Imai.