multi-week course

systems

methods club

practice with a suite of system thinking methods

 

 

systems methods club

 

every three weeks we will come together in small groups to learn about a new systems thinking method, then practice with applying it in a shared system of interested, followed by an open discussion on how to facilitate with others. 

session topics:

  • zimmerman matrix
  • rich pictures
  • journey mapping
  • iceberg model
  • systems purpose mapping
  • causal loop diagrams
  • multi-level perspectives
  • critical system heuristics
  • systemic theory of change
  • role in the system
  • prototyping
  • unintended consequences

this course if for you if you:

  • gain capacity to apply and facilitate with others, systems thinking method
  • enjoy learning with others and appreciate diverse perspectives
  • value a learning and growing mindset over having the ‘right’ answers quickly
  • you can attend most session live

this course is NOT for you if you: 

  • expect the course to make you an expert systems thinking facilitator
  • plan to watch recordings at a later date and not participate in live sessions 
 
outcomes

  • build capacity to apply 12 systems thinking methods
  • engage in group sensemaking processes including visual modeling
  • gain insight and understanding into a system of interest as part of a collective learning inquiry
     
details

  • 2 hr virtual sessions every 3 weeks for a total of 13 sessions
  • introduction to method and time to apply in a small working group
  • practice guides, readings, slides and recordings shared via learning platform
  • offered in australasia and americas friendly time zones
  • sliding scale pricing starting at $1050.00 AUD (incl. gst)

*tickets available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. please get in touch for more details.

*juggling your finances? let us know, we can offer instalment payment options

express interest

we recognise and pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, their ancestors, the elders past, present and future from the different First Nations across this country. we acknowledge the importance of connection to land, culture, spirituality, ancestry, family and community for the wellbeing of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families. (ref:  https://emergingminds.com.au)