Leading Change and Experience the Wicked Problem Solving Movement

Power Skills



Leading Change is a hands-on, interactive workshop using Wicked Problem Solving (WPS).

See WPS in action through the lens of one of Ontario Chapter members' most pressing issues, "How might we lead change?"

Using WPS techniques, we'll design a systematic approach to manage the transition or transformation of your organization's goals, processes or technologies.

November 20, 2021, 10–11:30 AM EST

PDUS: 1.5 PDUs
This event is free and open to the public.
Bring your friends and colleagues!

You'll learn how to:

  • Design simple and effective time-bound activities called plays.
  • Run a play or a sequence of plays to dramatically improve team collaboration and problem-solving.
  • Select from and connect five essential plays to lead change.
  • Take the next steps and decide if would like to enroll in the full course and toolkit. Earn 18 PDUs for the full course (3 technical, 7.5 leadership, 7.5 strategic and business management).
  • Collaborate using Miro, an online white-boarding tool.

What You'll Get:

  • Learn successful strategies to guide change management that can be applied at your organization.
  • Grow your ability to more clearly visualize the current state of a problem, guide teams towards a collaborative solution, and coordinate alignment on next steps
  • Earn 1.5 PDUs (.5 technical, .5 leadership, .5 strategic and business management).

What is Wicked Problem Solving?

WPS is a comprehensive, modular, problem-solving program that simplifies complexity and deepens your thinking, even in high-pressure, accelerated environments. Create breakthroughs, align teams, defeat inertia, and cultivate cutting-edge leaders. Step into the future of problem-solving, in-person and virtually. Learn more at WickedProblemSolver.com.




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Type of category: Other

Type of activity: Power Skills, Ways of Working, Business Acumen

Date: November 20th, 2021

Hour: 10:00AM to 11:30AM

# of PDUs: 1.5