Part-time mode, one module everytime，15 months
Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai
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English (translation provided) and Mandarin
April 2020, 2nd Cohort
The world has changed tremendously over the past few years in political, economic, social and market fields. It has become increasingly uncertain, diverse and complex. Massive use of the Internet and rapid technological change have resulted in patterns, efficiencies, product innovations, and the constant emergence of industry disruptors. Business leaders in China and around the world are facing the biggest disruptive change since the Industrial Revolution era and the urgent need for creative organizational restructuring. In addition, Chinese enterprises also face the challenges of demographic dividend disappearance, exchange rate fluctuations, homogenization competition, consumer generation replacement, higher customer expectations, policies and regulations reformation, and so on. With all these challenges, Chinese leaders have realized the importance of strategy and talent management. However, Chinese enterprises often lack the organisational capacity to connect their strategies and talents. As a result, companies need executives who can help to improve their organization's capabilities.
This programme is based on the latest theory and practice of organisational development and change. It focuses on organisational design, personnel training and cultural shaping from the strategic planning of the enterprise. It examines the needs of all parties involved in the process of change and enhances the thinking and ability of leaders in change. The effectiveness of organisational development aims to foster a new generation of change-capable leaders who shape and empower organisations.
首席执行官CEO(Chief Executive Officer)，首席变革官CTO(Chief Transformation Officer)，首席创新官CIO(Chief Innovation Officer)，首席人力资源官CHO(Chief Human Resource Officer)和首席营销官CMO(Chief Marketing Officer)等首席官和高管，如何在战略调整上相亘配合，协同管理上实现效应，决定了企业创新和变革的能力，拥抱风险和应对危机的能力，以及能否利用创新技术和多元文化提高竞争力。
Teachers include world-famous scholars of organizational development and leadership from Pennsylvania State University and Nanyang Technological University. The teaching team also includes cutting-edge innovation management experts, such as design thinking. Their courses will also be combined with the curriculum of Asia Pacific Business Leaders, who have practical experiences in changing. The programme analyzes the problems and challenges of Chinese enterprises with a global perspective and experience and leads the participants to become business leaders with "global thinking" and "Chinese wisdom."
Critical Issues in Senior Management
This programme focuses on the latest developments in the field of organisational development, change management and leadership. It enables business leaders to drive business change and lead employees to meet the challenges of both internal and external change, driving organisational growth. The participants will explore the key elements of organizational change management by analyzing the principles of organisational development. Through practice and discussion, they will drive organisational change and maximize team performance.
Global Alumni Network
Students will join a global community with outstanding academia and alumni network across the world. The various alumni events (i.e., seminars, forums, visits, study tours) will not only enable you to broaden your network but also to think and work on a global scale.
Students who completed all required modules and passed all assessments will be awarded the “Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Development and Change Management”, a postgraduate qualification recognized by countries across the world, which include but not limited to United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Poland, Australia, Sweden, South Africa, India, Chile, Brazil, Singapore.
This programme is suitable for executives who lead organisational development and change, including but not limited to chief executive officer, chief operating officer, president, general manager and general manager of group company divisions, HR/ finance/marketing vice president. It is especially suitable for executives whose career path is organisational development. Applicants must have at least 10 years of work experience with at least 8 years of managerial experience.
The programme sims at training students to fully understand and grasp the concepts of organisational development (OD) and change mangement (CM), so that they can participate and lead OD operational process in a scientific and systematic manner. Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to prepare and lead the process, and manage the challenges effectively. They will become the driving force of change and gradually set up and maintain long term organizational culture.
On completion of the programme, students should be able to
- Apply the key theory of organisational development to effectively lead the organisation’s development process.
- Use design thinking to bring creative solutions to transform organisational and culture change.
- Use applied research and statistical analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions.
- Apply concepts and tools effectively for team building.
- Improve employee engagement, promote organisational diversity and talent retention.
- Effectively use leadership, communication knowledge and skills in the organisation’s development process.
- Utilize cutting-edge knowledge to build good internal and external relationships with business partners, society and public
Teachers include world-famous scholars of organizational development and leadership from Pennsylvania State University and Nanyang Technological University. The teaching team also includes cutting-edge innovation management experts, such as design thinking. Their courses will also be combined with the curriculum of Asia Pacific Business Leaders, who have practical experiences in changing. The programme analyzes the problems and challenges of Chinese enterprises with a global perspective and experience. The curriculum includes cutting-edge management theory and industry experience. Through case studies and exercises both inside and outside the classroom, participants will acquire strategic and practical knowledge of organizational development and change management.
Ms. Suprince Ma
Co-Founder of China OD Network
Former Director, Organization Development & Change Management of Colgate Palmolive (Asia Pacific Division)
Former HR Director, Colgate Palmolive (Greater China)
Dr. June Qiao
Guest lecturer at HKU SPACE Executive Academy
Committee Member of Malaysia Laozi Culture College
Prof. William J. Rothwell
Professor of Workforce Education and Development Program in The Pennsylvania State University
Oversees a graduate program in Human Resource Development and Employee Training
HKUSPACE Honorary Professor
Mr. John Stoddard
Chief designer of innovative products and services at YouSPACE in Silicon Valley
Senior Designer at IDEO in London
HKUSPACE Adjunct Professor
Dr. Joey Lam
香港大學SPACE企業研究院教務長（校務） 暨 首席講師
Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Development and Change Management
Students who successfully completed the non-credit bearing module "Residential Workshop", and all the assessment of the 9 credit-bearing modules, will be awarded the certificate “Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Development and Change Management” issued by the University of Hong Kong.
Minimum Entry Requirements
In order to encourage ICB and SEA alumni to practice the concept of "lifelong learning" and move toward higher career goals, SEA will set up the "ICB and SEA Alumni Lifelong Learning Scholarship" (deduct HK$30,000 from tuition fee for each eligible alumni) to support continuous breakthroughs and excellence, and continue their studies and pursue a series of executive courses offered by SEA in conjunction with the world's top educational institutions such as Cambridge University Business School, Harvard Medical School and KEDGE Business School.
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