1. Psychology and Management of Change- Industrial Psychology
Why Take This Course?: Change is a constant in our organizations and our personal lives.
What You’ll Learn: The CiNO—Change is Normal Organization—built on the premise of continual change and the psychological tools to deal with personal change.
2. Questioning 101- Philosophy
Why Take This Course?: Great results start with great questions.
What You’ll Learn: How to ask the right questions that lead to the right answers.
3. Art of Edge Craft- Multi-disciplinary Studies
Why Take This Course?: Edges are the fertile ground where innovation is found by discovering unmet needs and unexploited opportunities
What You’ll Learn: How to find innovative ideas by searching the “edges” of your current knowledge, operations, and field of expertise.
4. Network Management- Humanities
Why Take This Course?: Networks enable people to act together in new ways and in situations where collective collaborative action was not possible before.
What You’ll Learn: How to form up physical and virtual teams of experts and non-experts and leverage different types of relationships and collaboration.
5. Digital Habitat and Ecosystem Engineering- Computer Science
Why Take This Course?: Technology is increasingly allowing for cross-age, pro-amateur, and self-directed work in multiple environments.
What You’ll Learn: How to learn, collaborate, and interact via technologies across the multiple habitats of home, work, 3rd spaces (local and global)
6. Philosophy of Lateral Wisdom- Philosophy
Why Take This Course?: You will discover the power of omni-directional wisdom
What You’ll Learn: How to develop, share, or attract ideas through individual creative thinking and creative problem solving, the great minds of history, wisdom of teams, groups, networks, and the crowd.
7. Design Thinking- Arts and Sociology
Why Take This Course?: Because our society is facing more Wicked Problems for which current solutions are inadequate.
What You’ll Learn: How to design for the human experience through empathy, ethnography, and integrative thinking.
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