Executive winter school - Register today!

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In today’s complex and competitive environment, the leaders who succeed are those with essential business skills.  Our Executive Winter and Summer Schools will equip participants with the insights and skills to respond to present and future challenges. The RSM Executive Schools are delivered by leading academics and each day is comprised of either a full day masterclass or two captivating half day sessions. Each session will not only introduce tools and theoretical frameworks that can be used to improve your business, they will aim to embed the learning through activities, workshops and discussions.

Recommended audience

Our Executive Schools offer a flexible program that can be tailored to meet the needs of managers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. You can pick the days that suit, or we can help you to develop a program that will accelerate your executive development or respond to an identified management challenge. The executive schools also provide a great introduction to the ANU postgraduate experience. Past participants have included emerging and senior managers within the Australian Government and leading private sector companies within the consulting, banking, telecommunications, and information technology sectors. 

Tailor a program to suit your needs

Participants can choose from 10 daily sessions over a 2 week period, with the first week dedicated to building strong organisations and the second week focused on transformative innovation.  A listing of the masterclasses available within the Executive Winter School is provided below.

Week 1 - Strong organisations
Day 1: Leading change/Strategic teaming
Day 2: Evidence-based management
Day 3: Strategy evaluation/Corporate strategy
Day 4: Leadership fundamentals
Day 5: Managing in a global context
Week 2 - Transformative innovation
Day 6: Fostering an innovation culture/intrapreneurship (corporate entrepreneurship)
Day 7: Business analytics & big data/Democratising access to data
Day 8: Driving digital disruption through social media/Stakeholder engagement
Day 9: Project management for leaders/Project investment analysis & management
Day 10: Process-centric transformation/Contestability, outsourcing & shared services

In today’s complex and competitive environment, the leaders who succeed are those with access to the right knowledge and skills. Our Executive Winter School will equip participants with the capacity to respond to present and future challenges. The masterclasses that comprise the Executivey Winter School are delivered by leading academics and each day is comprised of a mix of hands-on activities, workshops and discussions. Each session will introduce you to theoretical frameworks related to the topics of study, and give you some practical tips that will help you apply this learning to your workplace.

Recommended audience

Our Executive Schools offer a flexible program that can be tailored to meet the needs of managers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. You can pick the days that suit, or we can help you to develop a program that will accelerate your executive development or respond to an identified management challenge. The executive schools also provide a great introduction to the ANU postgraduate experience. Past participants have included emerging and senior managers within the Australian Government and leading private sector companies within the consulting, banking, telecommunications, and information technology sectors. 

Tailor a program to suit your needs

Participants can choose from 10 daily sessions over a 2 week period, with the first week dedicated to building strong organisations and the second week focused on transformative innovation.  A listing of the masterclasses available within the Executive Winter School is provided below.

Week 1 - Strong organisations
Day 1: Leading change/Strategic teaming
Day 2: Evidence-based management
Day 3: Strategy evaluation/Corporate strategy
Day 4: Leadership fundamentals
Day 5: Managing in a global context
Week 2 - Transformative innovation
Day 6: Fostering an innovation culture/intrapreneurship (corporate entrepreneurship)
Day 7: Business analytics & big data/Democratising access to data
Day 8: Driving digital disruption through social media/Stakeholder engagement
Day 9: Project management for leaders/Project investment analysis & management
Day 10: Process-centric transformation/Contestability, outsourcing & shared services

Register

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Dates: 5 - 14 July 2016
Venue:

College of Business & Economics

Building 26C, ANU City Campus

Kingsley Street, Acton ACT 2601

Cost: $1,000 (excl. GST) per day, includes lunch and refreshments. 20% discount for Alumni and for bookings of 4 or more days. 
Info: Call (02) 6125 6719 or email Nicholas.Hugo@anu.edu.au

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