This course enables students to explore the role of organisation development in enhancing the effectiveness of organisational performance. The course provides opportunity for those involved in the practice of organisation development to gain professional recognition for their role and contribution to organisation performance. The course draws on knowledge from: disciplines of organisation cultures, values and behaviours; organisation change and improvement science; leadership and management; systems thinking. The focus is on providing students with opportunities to apply knowledge and skills into their own workplace practice. Students may also make a claim for credit for prior learning to exempt them from some modules by undertaking the module Recognition and Accreditation of Prior Learning (RAPL). Progression routes to Postgraduate Diploma and Master's Degree are available via the Professional Practice route.
Applicants should be in roles involved with the practice of organisation development with usually at least 3 years� work experience.
Modules include: personal learning and development; understanding leadership and management; the role of doctors in the health service improvement. Plus optional modules and projects.
Coursework, including learning contracts, project proposals, reports, reflective commentary, and oral presentation.
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