مبادرة التحول إلى منظمات مفكرة /جلسة تعريفية

مبادرة التحول إلى منظمات مفكرة /جلسة تعريفية

 

 

 

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برنامج التمكين الإقتصادي للشباب والفتيات

برنامج الذكاء العاطفي العملي

برنامج التحول إلى منظمات مفكرة

برنامج الشهبندر لتمكين الخريجين الغير عاملين

برنامج الشهبندر للمعلمين

برنامج الشهبندر لتمكين طلاب المرحلة الجامعية

برنامج الشهبندر لتمكين طلاب المرحلة الثانوية

برنامج الشهبندر لتمكين أصحاب المنشآت الصغيرة

برامج ريادة الأعمال

برنامج تدريب مدربين في الذكاء العاطفي العملي

برنامج تدريب مدربين لبرنامج التمكين الإقتصادي للشباب  والفتيات

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking in Advanced Maintenance & Planning

 

Applications of Systems Thinking in Advanced Maintenance & Planning 

Maintenance activities eat up a great sum of money out of your budget. If done in a smarter way, maintenance would be less expensive and would increase the availability and reliability of your plant/equipment. Traditional thinking results in drastic increase in maintenance cost and reduces the availability of equipment in addition to the overwhelming number of overdue maintenance orders. There are smarter ways to performance maintenance that would result in performing more than 5 times the productivity at much lower cost. Because this is an important program, we made it available in different locations worldwide. 

 

 

 

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

 

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking in Maintenance

Applications of Systems Thinking in Maintenance

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking In Safety Leadership

 Applications of Systems Thinking In Safety Leadership 

 

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking In Projects Management

 Applications of Systems Thinking In Projects Management

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking In Operations

Applications of Systems Thinking In Operations 

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

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Systems Thinking for Engineers and Professionals

Systems Thinking for Engineers and Professionals

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

 

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Applications of Systems Thinking in Charity Organization

Applications of Systems Thinking in Charity Organization 

There are always better ways to do things. The way we do things now is based on how we THINK. Improving organizational and individual's performance starts at the THINKING level. This program will introduce you to the most advanced THINKING methodologies that represents the base for any quality system or performance improvement initiative in all types of businesses.  

Program will be tailored to suit your business by addressing case examples and case studies that you could bring with you to the program. 

This program targets professionals, engineers and managers. It is also a great opportunity for senior management to help them identify potential cost saving, productivity and safety improvement opportunities. 

 

The program consists of the following Modules: -

Module I: Systems Thinking

  1. Methods of systemic thinking.
  2. The helicopter view.
  3. Understanding "systems"
  4. System\ic thinking as a strategic tool for managing performance.
  5. The new role of human resources in systems.
  6. Definition of "Thinking Organization"
  7. Definition of "learning organization."
  8. Why do some organizations did not succeed in becoming "Learning Organizations"?
  9. Learning organization basic attributes: - (Personal Mastery, Mental models, Shared vision, Team Learning & Systems Thinking)
  10. Definition of systemic thinking.
  11. Types of systems: open and closed.
  12. Model to understand current reality.
  13. How do you understand your organization as a "system."
  14. The hero and scapegoat model.
  15. The transition from the stage of making decisions based on personal opinion to the stage of making decisions based on "data."
  16. The impact of system design on human errors.
  17. The impact of mental models on the creativity, performance, quality and safety.
  18. An alternative view of human errors.
  19. Confusion between safety and reliability. A "Reliable" system is not necessarily a safe one!
  20. Performance and continuous learning through ABCD model.
  21. Understand of KPI's.
  22. Systemic thinking as a tool for creativity
  23. Quick Fixes model
  24. The transition from "problem-solution" to "preventive" strategies.
  25. How to select smart KPI's.
  26. What is Performance Management and why do we need it? 

 

Module II: Performance Management through Systems Thinking & Balanced Scorecards

  1. Mixing System's performance management with HR’s.
  2. Why Balanced Scorecard is most popular among others?
  3. What is Balanced Scorecards?
  4. Understand the "proper" and "improper" uses of Balanced Scorecards.
  5. Negative consequences of using Balanced Scorecards to manage People's performance.
  6. How to implement Balanced Scorecards in business.
  7. What are strategy maps?
  8. How to Build successful strategy map using Balanced Scorecards.
  9. From vision to strategic objectives, strategic initiatives and KPIs.
  10. The art of selecting the right KPIs.
  11. The RISK of using the wrong KPI's with real example from local market.

 

Who should attend this program?

Leaders

General Managers

Managers

Supervisors

Professionals 

Business men and women

Those interested to join our Performance Improvement Train the Trainers program

Those interested to join our Balanced Scorecards Train the Trainers program

Trainers

Consultants

 

 

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