Leading in Complexity: Tackling Wicked Problems
Wicked problems are those that trouble, perplex and resist our attempts to understand and solve them. Everyone today is getting a lesson in wicked problems courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic and the extreme effects it is having on the day to day lives and health of everyone on the planet!
The term was first coined by Rittel and Weber in 1973 and has since continued to resonate with leaders who struggle to understand and respond to the seemingly unsolvable.
Join us for a highly informative online event in which we will explain how leaders can use The Cynefin Framework (Snowden, 1999) to help them cope and lead in these incredibly difficult times.
ANDREW STONE – BA, PGDipPsych, Principal Consultant
Andrew is an Organisational Development Specialist with qualifications in Psychology from Monash and Swinburne University. Andrew works with Senior Managers and Executives through the development and delivery of Leadership Development, OD Strategy, Culture Change, Capability, Psychometric Assessment and Executive Coaching.
Leveraging a foundation of experience in assessment and psychometric assessment from organisational psychology consulting firm Coyne Didsbury PDI, and Telstra Research Laboratories, Andrew then pursued a career in talent identification and selection with Paxus, one of Australia’s largest IT consulting and organisations. Andrew joined Steople in 2014, and has continued to work closely with key clients across banking & finance, FMCG, telecommunications, I.T, Government and Media Industries. Andrew’s client’s includes companies such as NAB, ANZ, Smith & Nephew, Worksafe, Swisse Wellness and Simplot Australia.
Start: 19/05/2020 10:30 am
End: 19/05/2020 11:30 am
Venue: Zoom Meeting