15 July 2016
Leading change and Innovation
This programme has been developed to respond to two significant challenges facing managers in organisations today - leading change and innovation. By exploring current research and best practice in change management and innovation, participants will develop a critical understanding of models and tools that can help them paly a leadership role in these two vital areas.
It is expected that participants will leave the programme not only with new knowledge and capabilities, but also with a renewed confidence in their own ability to lead change and develop the innovative capabilities of their organisations.
Dr. John McMackin (lecturer with the HRM and Organisational Psychology Group at Dublin City University Business School) and Jurij Giacomelli (founder of Giacomelli media management and consulting Ltd. (Gm), a management consultancy specialised in corporat
MBA students, people with working experience
The objectives of this course are to contribute significantly to the development of a set of competencies that have been shown to be essential for leading change and innovation in today’s organisations. These include the ability to adapt one’s leadership style to changing contexts or needs of others; apply tools and concepts from research on change management and innovation to gain insights on complex organizational problems; and to coach and mentor a team from diverse backgrounds to deliver high performance under time pressure.
Program is accredited with ECTS credits. Certificates are awarded to participants upon completion of the program.
EUR 1: Study fee (early bird until 8 May 2016): 1.200 EUR; includes tuition and study materials, use of the Faculty library, computer rooms, free wireless internet, reception and farewell gathering, lunch from Monday to Friday, Ljubljana public transportation card (includes 10 rides) and a welcome package.
EUR 150: Late payment fee (from 9 May to 30 June 2016)