Systems Thinking, Systems Changing
More complex than Making Change Happen, Systems Thinking, Systems Changing™ digs deeper into the change process and introduces the complexity of diverse stakeholders and organizational realities. Building upon the foundational research undergirding the "Change Game", it introduces Peter Senge's Systems Thinking concepts, Continuous Process Improvement, and general research on teamwork, communication, and problem solving in groups. Its design helps organization members create and sustain work environments that routinely use the tools of continuous improvement to realize their vision, enhance their chosen outcomes, and increase the effectiveness of all participants. By beginning to adopt a systems thinking mindset, participants prepare themselves for the next and most complex game in the series, Networking for Learning.
Given that more complex debriefing activities are recommended, a group session with STSC requires a leader with intermediate facilitation skills.