A Systems Thinking Approach
to Organisational Change
In-Person | 19 – 20 February 2024
Old Windsor, Berkshire, UK
19th 10.00 – 16.30 followed by evening dinner
20th 8.30 – 13.30
Identifying the relations between different parts of your organisation is a critical part of successful change projects. These relationships are often barriers to change and can cause transformation projects to breakdown. Systems thinking – a holistic way of looking at the relationship between different parts of the organisation – can help to overcome these barriers.
This two-day immersive workshop will guide attendees through a systems thinking approach to change, giving them the tools to ensure their change initiatives are successful.
- Understand systems thinking, and how you can use it to ensure successful change projects.
- Work through a real-life case study to apply what you have learned throughout the workshop.
- Create action plans to de-risk your change projects for the future and become a change agent within your organisation.
Who is this event for?
- Senior OD and Talent Professionals with responsibility for designing and leading change initiatives
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Founder, Minikahda Partners and Executive Fellow, University of Southern California
Beth Gunderson is the Founder of Minikahda Partners and also an Executive Fellow at the University of Southern California – Center for Effective Organizations, where she instructs in the areas of organisation design and change. In addition, she is an instructor within the MBA programme at École Polytechnique Fédérale (EPFL), Lausanne Switzerland.
Prior to this Beth was an organisation effectiveness executive at General Mills, a $16B global food company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Beth was responsible for organisation design and change management practices – consulting on large scale organisation design projects as well as building capability across the enterprise.
Significant other responsibilities have included; global assessment practice for pre-employment and development, leadership coaching, enterprise learning and development and culture initiatives. She also has extensive experience in leadership and team development.
Beth has a unique perspective on organisational change and development initiatives; over the course of her 32 years at General Mills (previously Pillsbury/Diageo) she has held a variety of cross functional positions within: Research and Development, Supply Chain/Operations, and Human Resources.
Beth received her BS from the University of Wisconsin in Industrial Technology – Package Engineering and her MA in Human Resource Development – Organisation Development from the University of St. Thomas.
Monday 19 February
11.35 A Systems Thinking Overview
13.15 Habits of System Thinkers
16.00 End of Day 1
18.30 Dinner and Drinks
Tuesday 20 February
9.00 Start of Day 2
9.15 Diagnosing Your System
10.50 Thinking Tools to Action
13.00 End of Day 2
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