Are you frustrated with your experience of change in organisations? Do you believe there has to be a better way to go about leading change? If you do, then you’ll be inspired by our Masters in Organisational Change.
This 18 month part-time programme has been designed by experienced practitioners – leaders and consultants – to meet the needs of their peers. Together with you they explore different perspectives on organisations and change and new approaches grounded in years of practical experience as well as sound academic research.
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The programme challenges you to explore your implicit and explicit assumptions and the implications of those assumptions for your practice.
Programme content is immediately applicable back to your workplace and you are encouraged to share your personal experiences with fellow participants so that everyone learns from each other. You will develop the discipline and skill of reflective writing through practical assignments. The dissertation is an opportunity for an extended practical inquiry with the support of tutor and peers (in the supervision group).
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Participants come to this programme with a wide variety of organisational development and consulting experience. The highly participative nature of the workshops enables you to share your experiences with the group and to think and learn together. By sharing examples from your current practice, you work on issues that are appropriate for you, allowing the immediate application of new approaches and methodologies to your practice.
This is an opportunity to connect with other experienced practitioners who are seeking to learn at a deeper level.
The group splits into smaller action practice groups with an Ashridge facilitator. This enhances the personal reflection element of the programme.
Ashridge is a unique and beautiful learning environment. Time and time again, participants tell us that the grounds are the ultimate place to reflect and re-charge. In addition, the classrooms are designed to encourage round table discussions rather than lecture-theatre style teaching.
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