System Thinking 5 weeeks course | MIT xPRO – starts Oct 26, 2020 – $1,149

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SYSTEM THINKING

A five-week online course that will make you a better problem solver and improve the performance of your projects by teaching you to apply system thinking in technical environments.

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BECOME A VITAL PART OF YOUR ORGANIZATION’S FUTURE

We are surrounded by systems. The products, processes, and projects that we work on are increasingly complex and interrelated systems. Organizations are calling on you, their technical professionals, to drive and optimize complex projects under high-pressure conditions.  

Through this online course, MIT faculty will teach you how to think of things as systems — the process of understanding how entities influence one another within a whole. You’ll be able to then communicate that gaining insight and apply new methods, techniques, and vocabulary to your projects and processes. System thinking (or “systems thinking”) helps organizations examine complexity and simplify it; recognize patterns, and create effective solutions to challenges. Understanding and approaching problems from a systems perspective in technical environments is an essential skill for your career. 

October 26, 2020

Online

5 Weeks

$1,149

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IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN TO:

Apply systems thinking to improve the performance of your projects. Understand how systems thinking is used in diverse areas such as logistics & transportation, project management, and computation. Participate in a project management simulation to apply the concepts learned, and engage in activities to contextualize each concept.

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System Thinking | MIT xPRO