Format: Full day, tailored workshop
Facilitator: Lynn Allen
Dates & Cost: Negotiated
In the 21st century people are increasingly required to appreciate the complexity of the problems in their working environment, as well as the uncertainty that understanding this complexity brings. This includes understanding the complex relationships between stakeholder organisations and the challenges and opportunities these relationships present for future decision making.
Defining a problem is just the beginning. This workshop addresses the challenge of achieving agreement on how to move forward by introducing participants to a framework for creating innovative solutions and futures.
The innovative thinking framework explored in this workshop combines systems thinking, futures methods and creativity techniques. It presents a systematic way of collecting ideas and setting up situations so that shared futures can emerge.
Lynn Allen has extensive experience in senior management including 12 years as a State Government Chief Executive Officer.
Lynn’s achievements include winning Gold Awards in the National IT Productivity Awards, an Honorary Doctor of Letters from Curtin University and a National Fellowship from the Institute of Public Administration Australia. She was a Professorial Fellow for nine years in the Curtin Business School.View further information on Lynn Allen