Build systems thinking skills to apply qualitative and quantitative modeling techniques in interactive seminars.
Bring stakeholders together to model a strategic problem and analyze leverage points in a participatory process.
Develop a quantitative model to use as a management framework for testing policy and directing strategy.
Extend your data infrastructure to monitor actual performance against strategy using dashboarding tools.
The tangram is a puzzle with the objective to form specific shapes using all seven pieces. The shapes form a mosaik representing the different components in a system necessary to align for visualizing a coherent picture. In our solution, the tree shows a focus on cultivating systems thinking methods to enable you to put the pieces in place to design your long-term strategy. The shape of your tangram can take many forms, but systems thinking can help to structure strategy, visualize many scenarios, and implement the optimum
Our goal is to help solve your tangram by building your systems thinking skills and applying it in practice. To accomplish this, we train skills for application of qualitative and quantitative modeling. We build models in facilitated group workshops to bring experts together and integrate knowledge. We provide quantitative modeling and analysis for policy testing and scenario evaluation, and turn models into simulation games for training. And, for implementation, we extend your data infrastructure for monitoring KPIs to control strategy
Alec Eckert Modeler & Analyst
Alec has applied modeling to issues in manufacturing, cyber-security, sustainable energy systems, affordable housing, and organizational development. Primarily, he focuses on designing systems methods into organizations for improving strategy and operational alignment. He's worked in an engineering firm in operations management; designing data collection & analysis tools, building performance management systems, directing process improvement, and developing business strategy. Alec completed a masters in System Dynamics from the University of Bergen and a Masters of Business Administration from Radboud University in the Erasmus Mundus program.
Gian Wieck Modeler & Analyst
Gian applies Systems Thinking to support stakeholders in understanding complex problems and exploring systemic improvements. His work focuses on the application of participatory modeling for integrated urban planning, the analysis of socio-environmental impacts of public policies, and fostering innovative solutions through systemic design. Previously, he worked as an organizational consultant at SAP focusing on process management and data analysis to support organizations in understanding data, structuring information, and improving operations. Gian holds a Master in System Dynamics from University of Bergen and New University of Lisbon and a Master in Business Administration from Radboud University of Nijmegen.
Reach out to discuss systems thinking at: info at mosaik dot systems