By the end of the microcredential, you’ll be able to...
- Reflect on and develop your own capacity for management and leadership within disruptive contexts
- Understand and analyse assumptions critically within the development of organisation design and development in order to develop a greater resilience in the face of disruptive change
- Take a critical perspective on the impact of disruptive change with a focus on artificial intelligence, within organisation design
- Demonstrate a critical and ethical awareness of how change impacts individuals, organisations and society and how your actions as a manager can support this
- Understand the relationship between organisational change, redesign, and organisational development and effectiveness
- Understand how disruptive contexts impact future work skill requirements and how this needs to be incorporated in organisation development
- Understand management of change and critically apply techniques that can be used to help an organisation achieve its desired future state
- Demonstrate the following skills: critical analysis; engaging with knowledge in the field of organisation design, ethical awareness
You’ll have access to our online welcome area where you’ll be able to start conversations with fellow learners and read any announcements relating to your microcredential.
From 20 Jun 2022
Management of Change: Organisation Development and Design
Discover tools and concepts of human centred management and design, and develop skills to manage and lead in the 21st century.
13 hours per week
Once you’ve successfully completed the microcredential, you’ll receive your academic credits from The Open University. You’ll also have ongoing, unlimited access to the course materials.
15 UK Credits at Postgraduate level from The Open University
You’ll receive an Open University certificate confirming that you have received 15 academic credits at Postgraduate level. Credits are awarded on passing the final assessment.
At the end of the course you will be required to submit a 3,500 word assignment. This will comprise of opinion pieces written throughout the course, based on your learning and applying it to your work or a work-based scenario or challenge. You’ll also write a short reflective piece, responding to a set question.
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LocationMilton Keynes, UK
World rankingTop 510Source: Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020