System dynamics modelling focuses on the relationships and interactions between the parts of a complex system, and has demonstrated considerable value in assisting decision makers to understand and predict the dynamic nature of complex systems. System dynamics modelling is introduced in the context of complex adaptive systems (CAS), which studies and models the relationships between parts of a system that give rise to collective and dynamic system-level behaviours. Effectively implemented, the methods can dramatically improve a manager's effectiveness in today's complex and interconnected business world, by helping to predict and evaluate indirect effects of actions and policies. This course provides managers with practical quantitative tools to enhance individual, team, and organisational learning, change, and performance.
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