Systems Thinking for Sustainability: Drawing complexity on a paper

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Systems Thinking for Sustainability: Drawing complexity on a paper

Learn how systems mapping can help us understand the interacting, interrelated, and interdependent components within a system.

Discover how systems mapping powers systems thinking

Systems are groups of interacting, interrelated, and interdependent components that form a complex and unified whole.

Systems mapping allows you to manage the vast amounts of information that confront you when analysing systems, and it’s a key approach to understanding them and being able to improve them.

Building a strong understanding of systems mapping will enable you to chart the elements and relationships that compose any system you’re dealing with, and offer an unconventional insight into how it looks in space, how it behaves in time, and what it affects.

Creating a clear image of that system will allow you to make informed decisions on how to improve its state via sound solutions. The process will also offer an important tool for communication, helping you to collaborate and inform key stakeholders when building more sustainable systems.

Learn how systems mapping aids systems analysis and design

Systems mapping is also a key tool in systems analysis and design. You’ll learn what the different components of a system are, and their relationships with others. This will empower you to begin thinking about how to make them more sustainable. This powerful tool will allow you to organise the wealth of information involved in systems thinking by drawing up stakeholder maps.

Upon completion of this course, you’ll understand the fundamentals you need to start using systems maps to tackle real-life challenges and know how to create stakeholder maps for any project.

Discover how systems mapping powers systems thinking

Systems are groups of interacting, interrelated, and interdependent components that form a complex and unified whole.

Systems mapping allows you to manage the vast amounts of information that confront you when analysing systems, and it’s a key approach to understanding them and being able to improve them.

Building a strong understanding of systems mapping will enable you to chart the elements and relationships that compose any system you’re dealing with, and offer an unconventional insight into how it looks in space, how it behaves in time, and what it affects.

Creating a clear image of that system will allow you to make informed decisions on how to improve its state via sound solutions. The process will also offer an important tool for communication, helping you to collaborate and inform key stakeholders when building more sustainable systems.

Learn how systems mapping aids systems analysis and design

Systems mapping is also a key tool in systems analysis and design. You’ll learn what the different components of a system are, and their relationships with others. This will empower you to begin thinking about how to make them more sustainable. This powerful tool will allow you to organise the wealth of information involved in systems thinking by drawing up stakeholder maps.

Upon completion of this course, you’ll understand the fundamentals you need to start using systems maps to tackle real-life challenges and know how to create stakeholder maps for any project.

ABOUT

To work on building a sustainable society requires learning and applying new, integrated concepts of living, working, and producing. This course will provide you with a renewed understanding of the issues of sustainability and will introduce you to the framework of Symbiosis in Development (SiD), developed over 20 years.

SiD is the first complete systemic sustainability framework, combining the theory of systems thinking and sustainability with a practical application method and teamwork processes to guide projects from A to Z.

 

WHO IS IT FOR?

> This sustainability management course is designed for anyone who would like to understand how systems analysis can help us to build more sustainable systems. It would be suitable for purpose-driven professionals at public and private organisations.

 

What topics will you cover?

        • How to break down systems in using System mapping
        • How to analyze strategic interventions across different scales of impact – i.e. direct impact, indirect impact, systemic impact.
        • Different approaches in complex systems thinking – reductionist, holistic, and symbiotic.
        • How to generate engagement of your stakeholder
        • Different strategies for visualizing large-scale transitions on Roadmap development that makes them tangible

 

INVESTMENT

This course works as a signature format, where you will pay €36 per month and can cancel whenever you want.

 

DURATION

3 weeks with 3 to 4 hours of study each. Do you have any questions?

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Course Features

  • Lectures 0
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  • Duration 4 weeks day
  • Skill level Fundamentals
  • Language English with subtitles
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Yes

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