An open meeting where a series of presentations of general interest regarding systems practice will be given – this will include ‘craft’ and active sessions, as well as introductions to theory.
09:30 – an introduction to the viable system model. Main presentations start at 10:00.
Please note that the AGM will follow on from the open day (for members)
Session 1: Peter Lacey – System Dynamics in healthcare
Peter will provide insights from the use System Dynamics modelling over a 20yr career in health and social care consultancy. He will provide people with a walk through of some existing models (see here) and explore some of the pitfalls and benefits of the approach. There will be an opportunity to explore both quantitative and qualitative elements of systems and how they feature in SD modelling against a background of the culture and expectations of the health and care system today.
Session 2: Jonathan Higginbottom – Enterprise Architecture and Bi-Modal transformation
Jonathan will talk about his experiences in designing and managing IT led transformations that use a combination of both waterfall and agile approaches and the issues of dealing with these two very different project methodologies in parallel.
Session 3: Curtis Brackenbury – The Cybernetics of Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Session 4: John Rogers – The pain, the potential and the need for paracetamol: bringing systems thinking to complex soft systems for vulnerable people
John will talk about the work Wiltshire Council are doing in services for vulnerable people – from a multi agency/whole system perspective – where council, health, police, voluntary sector, housing associations, DWP and related services all meet up.
DATE AND TIME
Mon 16 July 2018
09:30 – 17:00 BST
81 Newgate Street
Source: SCiO Open Meeting and AGM – Summer 2018 Tickets, Mon, 16 Jul 2018 at 09:30 | Eventbrite