DCPA Webcast: Learning Leaders & Smarter Systems: How to build for the future while sitting with uncertainty
In an operating environment of deep uncertainty and growing complexity, the demand for real adaptability--in individual leaders and the organizations they lead--is higher than ever. Learning is key to unlocking adaptability, but many leaders default to strategies that ultimately value efficiency over learning and thus, limit the potential for change. They're still looking to control complexity rather than embrace it in their organizational design and personal leadership.
In this session, we’ll unpack an alternative way of doing and thinking amid uncertainty; we will identify specific principles and practices to enable more creative problem-solving that optimizes both the individual and the organization for rapid learning and increased resilience.
- Develop a foundational understanding of chaordic systems and how they apply to today’s complex operating environments
- Identify specific design strategies to enable more creative problem-solving and faster learning within the organization
- Rethink your relationship with uncertainty to become a more adaptable learner and leader
Erik Asgeirsson, President & CEO, CPA.com
Jeffrey Rodgers, Principal, Learning & Facilitation, Singularity University