mha505 | Graduate

Systems Thinking In Health Care Environments

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The learner will utilize the theoretical framework of systems thinking as a strategy to address challenges in the health care environment. Topics include complexity science, design thinking, creativity, and flow.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    What Are These New Ways of Thinking? How Will I Integrate Them Into my World?

    • The learner will synthesize the “Three C’s”–creativity, chaos, and complexity.
    • The learner will generate a strategy, using design thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.
    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.

    What Matters to My Organization, and What Matters to Me?

    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.

    How Do the Three Câ s Apply to My Work and Those Around Me?

    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.
    • The learner will synthesize the “Three C’s”–creativity, chaos, and complexity.
    • The learner will generate a strategy, using design thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.

    Applying Systems Thinking at a National Level

    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.
    • The learner will synthesize the “Three C’s”–creativity, chaos, and complexity.
    • The learner will generate a strategy, using design thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.

    What Shape Will My Capstone Take?

    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.
    • The learner will synthesize the “Three C’s”–creativity, chaos, and complexity.
    • The learner will generate a strategy, using design thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.

    How Has My View of the World Changed Because of Systems Thinking?

    • The learner will use a systems perspective in personal and professional contexts.
    • The learner will synthesize the “Three C’s”–creativity, chaos, and complexity.
    • The learner will generate a strategy, using design thinking, to build a framework for the capstone project.
    • The learner will employ best practices in sourcing user experience in their own professional environment.
    • The learner will begin to demonstrate competency in working within a team, gain self-insight, and provide constructive feedback to team members.
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