Topic 1: A Theoretical Frame for Understanding and Working with Complex Cases

Topic 1: A Theoretical Frame for Understanding and Working with Complex Cases

1 hour presented by Malcolm Robinson, Catherine Sanders and Charles Maddison

Working effectively with the confusing mass of information that accompanies complex cases calls for a clear theoretical base. This introduction to the Complexity Series outlines a systemic approach to understanding and working with complexity. It emphasises understanding the politics behind these matters and the proper alignment of the authority to effect change and the responsibility to make the change. This lecture forms the basis for all the following presentations and is mandatory for anyone wishing to study any of the other three topics.

This content is for Topic 1: (Foundation Course) A Theoretical Frame for Understanding and Working with Complex Cases members only.
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