This two-year, part-time Masters program is currently being developed by experienced change experts for change agents, consultants, entrepreneurs, strategists, and innovators facing disruption (and is subject to validation). The aim is to specifically address the unique challenges within organizations operating in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and volatile (VUCA) environment, where standard approaches no longer work.
The program will change your understanding of global systems, challenges, paradigms and trends that are shaping the territory of change and how this impacts organizations. You will discover how a change agent can intervene in complex systems, co-create cultures of change and innovation for a better world, and be given practical tools to help lead change and innovation back in the workplace.
This innovative degree offers participants a blending learning experience, delivered using a mixture of face-to-face workshops, compulsory online workshops and seminars, and through virtual discussions with other students. A key part of the program is to learn through reflective practice and action inquiry. The highly participative nature of the workshops enables you to exchange your experiences with the group, allowing the immediate application of new approaches and methodologies to your practice.To find out more please contact us
If you would like to be kept up to date about the program design and start dates, please register your interest here. We would be delighted to speak to you about the program in more detail and to discuss your requirements further.
Next start date: Fall 2018, applications will open in January 2018
Length: 2 years, part-time
Fee: £35,000 + VAT (including all residential costs)
Funding support: Yes
Our practitioner faculty members bring a wealth of experience from both industry and academia, and are expert in supporting individuals as they challenge them to develop their skills and expertise. They bring real-world wisdom to help individuals step up a gear, make changes and achieve results. Rather than being remote specialists, they create an atmosphere of debate and dialogue, rather than teaching and telling.