Biotechnology Systems Thinking Workshop
Biotechnology Systems Thinking Workshop is a 2-day innovative training workshop address the most prominent component of the life sciences. Participants will learn how to use biotechnology as a toolbox that leverages our understanding of the natural sciences to create solutions for many of our world problems.
Participants will also learn how to use biotechnology to address many problems including grow healthier food, to make medicines and vaccines, fight diseases and pandemics and to find alternatives to fossil-based fuels for a cleaner, healthier planet.
Biotechnology Systems thinking training workshop address the theory, rational, tools, and techniques associated with systems thinking applied to Biotech and the interconnections between the various components of a system and manufacturing them into a coherent perspective of the whole.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for engineers, managers, and employees with little or no systems thinking experience. The course is also useful for those who have experience with systems thinking but have never had any formal training on its application as applied in Biotechnology.
Why Do You Need Systems Thinking Training?
Complexity is an unattached part of Biotechnology life-style. Most Biotechnology problems that we deal with include multilayer contributing components, implications, and effects that employing one-dimensional solutions only generates a completely brand new series of difficulties. Therefore, learning the approaches and skill of Systems Thinking seems to be vital.
Added Value of Systems Thinking Training
- Risk reduction
- Determining developing markets and product lines
- Crucial tools for competitive strategy
- Tools for scenario building in a non-linear world
- Effective assessment of the already existing reality and SWOT
- Tools for productive involvement with diverse stakeholders
- Enhanced determination of most efficient actions to drive greater “bang for the buck”
What You Will Learn
- An overview of Biotechnology, biological products and manufacturing processes
- An overview of pure biological sciences of genetics, microbiology, animal cell cultures, molecular biology, embryology and cell biology
- Design concepts and issues within the biotechnology industry
- The theoretical nature of Systems Thinking
- The application of System Thinking n Biotechnology
- Analyzing System Thinking’s impact on Biotechnology
- Repeating patterns, or models, in systems according to the behavior of the system over time
- Causes and effects within a system and validation issues surrounding compliance with GMP/cGMP