Systems, Archetypes, Metaphors: Application for Successful Change and Improvement

Improvement projects seek to improve tangible aspects of organisations. The ability to be successful in doing this is largely based on the intangible perspectives of various stakeholders – what is important to them, how they see their organisation, and how they respond to change.

 This session introduces three frames of understanding and how they may be used as lenses of analysis by project leaders or change managers in managing their projects.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

 

  • Introduction to Cultural Archetypes
  • Application and importance to organisational change, analysis and improvement

 

  • Introduction to Organisational Metaphors
  • Application and importance to organisational change, analysis and improvement

 

  • Introduction to Systems Thinking
  • Application and importance to organisational change, analysis and improvement

 

  • Bringing it all together

 

The session will be an interactive session with questions and perspectives sought from attendees.

Learning Outcome

Further insights into the topic covered.

Target Audience

People interested in successful change projects

Prerequisite

None

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