NURS 596/796 Complexity Science Approaches in Leading Academic & Health Services Organizations
Credit hours: 3 per Quarter
Cluster: Systems, Leadership, Informatics and Policy,
Course Level: Masters Foundational
Course Type: Masters
Course Open to: all
Institution:Oregon Health and Science University
Pre-requisites: Graduate standing or by permission of instructor for doctoral students.
Course Description: This course compares and contrasts traditional organizational leadership based on principles of reductionism with those of complexity science approaches, with an emphasis on helping leaders determine how to approach organizational decision making and change dynamics using both traditions. Using cases from health services and the academy, students will examine Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) and their attributes on nursing models of care. Special emphasis will be given to organizational decision making, organizational co-creation and the leadership and management role adaptions necessary to function in dynamical organizations.
Method of Instruction: asynchronous
Delivery Platform: Online
Campus visits required: No
Course Contact: OHSU SON Education Exchange Program
Tuition: 550.00 per quarter credit hour.
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Credits: 3 / Quarter