Systems Thinking for Emerging, Evolving, and Established Leaders
October 8, 2014, at MIT
"Systems Thinking for Emerging, Evolving, and Established Leaders" is the theme of the 2014 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Conference on Systems Thinking for Contemporary Challenges, sponsored by the System Design and Management program. The event will be held on October 8 at MIT in Wong Auditorium.
Speakers will include leaders from industry, government, and academic sectors who will discuss:
- How to use systems thinking to align and lead functionally and geographically dispersed teams that are tackling complex challenges;
- Ways to monitor progress and results;
- Benefits achieved, lessons learned, and next steps for developing leadership within organizations and individuals; and
- How systems thinking has advanced organizational objectives and benefited their careers.
Back-to-the-classroom sessions will be offered on October 7 for SDM alums and others interested in learning about the latest MIT research in systems thinking. For more information on attending these sessions, please contact SDM Industry Codirector Joan Rubin.
Speakers for the above events include MIT SDM faculty, as well as industry experts from The MITRE Corporation, NASA, Hacking Medicine, the US Air Force, and more. There will be ample time for Q&A and networking.
We invite you to join us!