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Thesis by Mind Map: Thesis

1. Context

1.1. Introduction

1.1.1. Syllogism

1.2. Key themes

1.2.1. Historic Intro Key Themes Stable ‘Slow’ moving Economics Analysis first Summary

1.2.2. Prevaliing Unstable Not changed Just a long period of relative stability Emergence of Systems Thinking/Awareness Fast-moving Complex In fact… In an environment CAS Variable Systems Thinking Economics

1.3. Summary

1.3.1. Findings

2. Critical Thinking

2.1. Introduction

2.1.1. Syllogism

2.2. Key themes

2.2.1. Economics Introduction Key themes Rationalist Homo Econimicus Reason Nueroeconomics Opportunity costs Link to switching costs Summary

2.2.2. Pillars of CT Logic Argumentation Rhetoric Background knowledge Attitudes &Values

2.3. Summary

2.3.1. Findings

3. Approach

3.1. Introduction

3.1.1. Syllogism

3.2. Key themes

3.2.1. Intro - that things have moved on… fMRI after most improvement methods..?

3.2.2. Historic Long term methods Methods / Tools Management New Idea Viability Skill sets

3.2.3. Prevaliing Changed? Viability Skills Gap?

3.2.4. Systems Thinking

3.3. Summary

3.3.1. Findings Introduction Syllogism Key Themes Summary Findings

4. Area of Interest

4.1. Hypothesis driven by an observation…

4.1.1. Post MSc Subject: Strategic Change Management Focus: Complexity Theory in Strategy Deep Learning Gained: The importance of people in strategic management

4.1.2. Post MA Subject: Business Management Focus: Advanced Performance Management Deep Learning Gained: 'Systems Thinking' and the importance of holistic perspective over the reductive.

4.1.3. Ongoing interest in decision making and how people/managers process information at the cognitive level.

4.1.4. Made worse by the Age of Austerity

4.1.5. Efficacy of existing change management systems

5. Cognitive Psychology

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Key themes

5.2.1. Psychological Backdrop Psychological Safety Psychology Contracts

5.2.2. Constr’cts Systems System 1 System 2 Modes / Types

5.2.3. Selective attention Distraction Lack of attention Link to system 1

5.2.4. Hueristics Biases Shortcuts Bias and Heuristics Tradition

5.2.5. Emotions Passion is positive for confidence Homeostatic regulation Drives and motivations Reward and punishment Bias Lack of emotion is worse than excessive emotion

5.2.6. Attention

5.2.7. Cognitive Load

5.2.8. Occupational stress Bullying

5.2.9. Theory of Mind

5.2.10. Neurocognition

5.2.11. Debiasing

5.2.12. Focus and switching costs Link to opp cost

5.3. Summary

6. Reboot

6.1. Context

6.2. Organisational Management

6.3. Decision Making