ENMA 777: Complex System Governance

Students will be prepared to better design, execute, evaluate, and evolve governance for complex systems. This preparation includes development of marketable capabilities to more effectively deal with governance systems and their emergent problems through: (1) development of capabilities to effectively design, analyze, and execute complex system governance, (2) identification and development of more effective intervention strategies to address underlying governance problems in operational systems, (3) employment of a range of methods, tools, and techniques, and (4) development of capabilities for generating novel insights and improvements to address systemic deficiencies in governance systems.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Fall 2019
Instructor approval required
Keating, Charles
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7:10 PM - 9:50 PM

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Anothony W. Dean   •   Ph: 757-683-7121   •