Much of what we do day in and day out in our work life bears exponential complexity. Stress, anxiety, unproductive behavior and processes and increased complications become the norm. Duplication and roadblocks seem everywhere. Regrettably, there is a direct effect on ROI via decreased efficiencies, as well as decreased effectiveness. We don’t design our organizations to be complex, they simply evolve that way.
Complexity of course is a natural phenomenon. That is to say, even when something begins as a simple process, over time it becomes more complex. Additional processes are added, new matrix responsibilities are multiplied, and so on. Naturally it all adds more complexity. And our want for simplicity predictably follows. Complaints about complexity and the exhortation and want to simplify are only limited by the number of people in the room. And the frustration continues…
Challenging complexity and finding ways to simplify your procedures, processes and organizational dynamics is the aim of The Course on Simplicity. Designed by Dr. Edward de Bono, The Course on Simplicity will provide you with the Challenge tools to effectively identify, simplify and make your key business issues less complex.
What we have in The Course on Simplicity is a tools based approach to Simplicity. Akin to all the other de Bono thinking tools, we learn the Simplicity tools and apply them to your ongoing business issues.
The Course on Simplicity will enable you to Target An Area, Define Objectives, Apply the de Bono Simplicity Tools/Processes, Assess the Changes and Implement the Plan.
As we complete the learning of the Simplicity tools, we will conclude with and address three other key issues:
1. The potential dangers of simplicity,
2. How you can go about developing your Organizational Simplicity Team and
3. Operationalizing your Simplicity Plan.
As you can imagine, this can be a powerful program.
The Course in Simplicity productively refocuses your people’s intellectual and emotional energy resulting in increased organizational effectiveness, employee and customer satisfaction and of course better ROI.
Who Should Attend: Organizational leaders interested in simplifying the way work happens.
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