32561 Leading Organisational Change6cp; Autumn session, City Campus
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This subject explores a set of fundamental concepts and models relating to leading and managing change in the evolving knowledge economy. Central themes include an understanding of core organisational process and structure, and the ways in which leaders can drive strategic change. The subject presents dilemmas in, and approaches to implementing change in real companies through a set of case studies. Students enhance their conceptual understanding of organisational change through a collaborative process involving participants, theory and industry practitioners. They apply this emergent understanding through the completion of a work-based change management project. This subject challenges students for higher management roles.
Autumn session, City campus
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