Do OD: Knowing systems thinking

When: 23 / 3 / 2016 9.30am - 01 / 1 / 0001 4pm

When: 23 / 3 / 2016 9.30am - 01 / 1 / 0001 4pm
Where: The Studio
Address: 51 Lever Street
Manchester
M1 1FN
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Taking place in Manchester on Wednesday 23 March we will be bringing together OD theory and current practice using a systems theory lens. 

The event will help you understand some of the theory and practice of systems thinking as well as experiencing a living system for yourself throughout the day. 

We’ll also look at practical examples of systems theory in action as well as hearing from NHS guest speakers. 

Find out more about our speakers and facilitators.

This event is now fully booked, but you can place your name on the waiting list by emailing us.

Agenda for the day


09:30am  Arrival, registration and refreshments
 Paul Taylor and Karen Dumain from Do OD

10am       Experiencing systems thinking
                 Paul Taylor and Karen Dumain

10:30am Understanding systems thinking
 Coreene Archer and Anne Benson from the Tavistock Institute

11:00am  Refreshment break

11:20am  Living systems (part I)
   Coreene, Anne, Karen and Paul

12:45am   Lunch

1:30pm    Living systems (part II)
  Coreene, Anne, Karen and Paul

2:15pm   Refreshment break

2:30pm   Practising systems thinking

Patterns that connect: Systems thinking in NHS Wales
Gareth Evans, Betsy Cadwaladr University Health Board

or

Through a lens (a little less) darkly: A story of a line, some triangles, trust and a spider
David Harris, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

3:15pm  Doing systems thinking

3:50pm  Summary of the day

4pm  Close


Do OD is a leading workforce programme delivered by NHS Employers in partnership with the NHS Leadership Academy.


When: 23 / 3 / 2016 9.30am - 01 / 1 / 0001 4pm
Where: The Studio
Address: 51 Lever Street
Manchester
M1 1FN
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