- No group
- Modules’ titles and Contents:
Chapter 1: Introducing complexity
We will define complexity and explore how complex situations require changes to the way we apprehend the world.
Chapter 2: Thinking in systems
We will describe and model how different factors, such as people, ideas or things interact over time and generate the complexity in a specific problem situation.
Chapter 3: Mapping the dynamics of complexity
We will learn the role of accumulations and nonlinearities in complex systems and observe how they contribute to both the changes over time and the unexpected and often frustrating behaviours we observe. We will learn to use free online software to simulate complex situations.
Chapter 4: Living with complexity
We will learn a number of tools and techniques that will accelerate our understanding of real world situations and help us to act with impact when faced with complexity. We will also consider the implications of complexity for management, social change and sustainability.
- Would you suggest following the entire MOOC or just some modules? entire
- Participants will know how to identify the variables in interaction in a complex situation
- Describe, model and explain complex behaviours
xMOOC (videos, quizzes, forum)
Is there a final certification? Yes. A Statement of Participation Learning outcomes are evaluated by questionnaireWhen: during the course after a video session
- Soft skills Analytical Skills
- Language English
- Other languages (eg. Subtitles) Unknown
- Period of activation Unknown
- Date Unknown
- Duration Self-paced
- Level of commitment required Unknown / self-paced
- Cost Free MOOC, Paying certification * See platform for details
- Providing institution TBS - Toulouse Business School (http://www.tbs-education.fr/en)
- Mooc Platform Iversity (https://iversity.org)
- Target group practicing managers, social entrepreneurs, students of business and other social sciences
- Instructor Unknown
- Level of assistance offered Availability of teachersHow to contact themForum / discussion groups
- Keywords Complexity, Analytical skills