Managment in complex systems
Two football teams face each other. In Team A, each player waits obediently for the coach to tell him what to do. Team B has developed a different strategy, which gives the players a framework within which they can decide and act for themselves depending on the situation. Is there any doubt over who would win this game? Systemic management corresponds to the approach of the coach of Team B, who manages through context management. Instead of wanting to directly control people, he creates a framework and rules, to enable self-organisation.
In this training session, leaders can broaden their perspective of the workings of organisations through a systemic understanding of organisations and management. They learn the meaning of targeted management in an organisation, which is conceived as a dynamic, complex system environment. They learn how to use the techniques and methods of systemic management, share their experiences and examine how systemic perspectives can be integrated into the organisation.