Control and monitoring of change processes

Complex systems show unpredictable or chaotic cascades of change. This phenomenon affects organizations of all sizes but also personal development processes. Surprising, erratic and turbulent developments seem hardly controllable at a first glance! Understanding how they work is therefore a key competence for designing change processes!

The good news: complex systems can be understood! The systems sciences provide both a suitable basis for understanding and effective methods for evaluating and influencing the inherent dynamics of self-organization.

With Synergetic Process Management, we have developed a method for designing processes in complex contexts; with the Synergetic Navigation System (SNS), we provide a web-based technology for mapping change processes of any kind. Our process evaluation tools enable the integration of data collection, data analysis and visualization. SNS and Synergetic Process Management together provide the valid basis for decisions, both for cooperative control and for evaluation.

In this course, you will develop a deeper understanding of complex systems and nonlinear change processes, as well as the necessary knowledge to record and evaluate them. The course provides the necessary basic knowledge for working with the SNS in psychotherapy monitoring. After successful participation and the writing of a project-related final paper, participants receive a certificate from Paracelsus Medical Private University. One focus of the course is the transfer of research results from psychotherapy research into the areas of counseling/coaching as well as in team and organizational development.

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Jedes der 5 Module ist mit 16 Fortbildungspunkten für das Fach Psychiatrie und Psychotherapeutische Medizin  (Diplom-Fortbildungsprogramm der ÖÄK) anrechenbar.

Each of the 5 modules can be credited with 16 continuing education points for the subject Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Medicine (Diploma Continuing Education Program of the ÖÄK, also for physicians from Germany). The PTK (Psychotherapeutic Chamber of Bavaria) recognizes 22 continuing education points per module.