Solving Complex Problems: Structured Thinking, Design Principles, and AI
Monday, August 9, 2021 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM) (EDT)
How do you solve important, large-scale challenges with evolving and contradictory constraints? Transform your approach to large-scale problem solving, from multi-stakeholder engineering projects to the online spread of misinformation, in this actionable course. Alongside engineers and leaders from diverse industries, you’ll explore innovative frameworks for assessing, communicating, and implementing complex systems—and significantly increase your likelihood of success. Learn more: https://bit.ly/39rJy6Q
- Approach and solve large and complex problems.
- Assess end-to-end processes and associated challenges, in order to significantly increase the likelihood of success in developing more complex systems.
- Implement effective problem-solving techniques, including abstracting the problem, idea generation, concept development and refinement, system-level thinking, and proposal generation.
- Utilize system-level thinking skills to evaluate, refine, down select, and evaluate best ideas and concepts.
- Apply the Axiomatic Design methodology to a broad range of applications in manufacturing, product design, software, and architecture.
- Generate and present proposals that clearly articulate innovative ideas, clarify the limits of current strategies, define potential customers and impact, and outline a success-oriented system development and risk mitigation plan.
- Effectively communicate ideas and persuade others, and provide valuable feedback.
- Confidently develop and execute large-scale system concepts that will drive significant positive impact.
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