The world is fast becoming interconnected, more uncertain and increasingly complex in ways previously unimagined.
Doing business, whether it be Public or Private is getting tougher …
Organisations are struggling to keep pace with this complexity and require more contemporary skills to make sense of their shifting landscapes so that more meaningful action becomes possible.
Organisations can no longer assume that the methods that worked in the past will work as well, or even work at all. Future patterns of activity, behavior and interaction will continue to shift and change.
To create organisations that remain resilient in times of uncertainty requires new ways of thinking and acting. Those who stay within the perceived safety of the way things have always been done, will, sooner or later fail. Complexity theory, which has emerged from the natural sciences over the last few decades, provides a scientific framework to understand an organisation’s interactions as a complex, inter-connected ecology.
It affords us the benefit of ways of working that are more akin to how we operate naturally as human beings , rather than how we tend to operate in rigid corporate hierarchies.
In such a complex environment we need to manage the potential of the present by thoughtfully navigating our way forward, rather than putting plans in place for an idealised future state that in all likelihood never be attained, or remain relevant over time. We need new approaches to enable better navigation of our uncertain Govt, Community and Business environments.
This session will provide participants with a range of methods to increase their ability to navigate and gain traction on their complex issues, so that pragmatic action can evolve and progress can be implemented.
When: Friday Dec 6, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Where: The Airlie Leadership Development Centre, 260 Domain Rd, Sth Yarra
Value: $495/person with Early Bird and Group Discounts available
Registration: CLICK HERE