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“Problems cannot be solved using the same level of thinking that created them.”
– Albert Einstein
The world around us is changing fast, both in our organisations and communities and this requires that leaders and managers demonstrate exceptional, creative thinking and apply logical and holistic approaches to solving problems. The increased interconnectivity between multiple systems and stakeholders as a result of globalisation, coupled with changes occasioned by the pandemic have brought about a myriad of multifaceted challenges which require a new approach to problem-solving. Failure to do so could have adverse organisation and economy-wide consequences. Therefore, for organisations and communities to perform effectively and achieve their intended results, it is necessary to stimulate and develop the capacity of all employees and members respectively, for creatively solving problems.
A recent UN-supported research study signalled that four megatrends will influence the character of the relationship between developing countries and international organisations – the ability to deal with power, norms, preferences and finally, complex problems. The World Economic Forum also, in its 2020 Future of Jobs report, noted that globally, as much as 50% of all workers will need reskilling by 2025 and declared complex problem solving as the most important skill of the 21st century. According to the report, critical thinking, and complex problem-solving top the list of skills that employers believe will grow in prominence by 2025.
When the approaches adopted by organisations are not effective, and if the solutions do not effectively and sustainably solve our problems, then they only become expensive and have lasting negative and unintended consequences. However, to effectively navigate the new reality of a post-COVID-19 landscape, governments, organisations, and individuals must arm themselves with critical Complex Problem-Solving techniques and skillsets that compel them to use future-state designs and holistic models to achieve a step-change in their performance.
After this 2-day training, participants will:
The programme topics will be illustrated with 4 case studies and interactive team exercises to help participants learn and understand how:
The programme is designed for Senior and Executive leaders in any organisation who are key to strategy definition and implementation.
The cost per participant for the two-day event is GH¢3,500 excluding taxes and levies.
Mr Dela Evans is an Associate Consultant of Ishmael Yamson & Associates who has distinguished himself for over 25 years working with prestigious companies including CMG, ATOS International, Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey & Company in Europe. Complex problem solving, operational efficiency, change and transformation strategy, program management, relationship management, strategic thinking, and strategy development are among his areas of speciality. He has spent the last ten years working on Complex Problem Solving, which has included issues such as;
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