The Leadership and Management of Higher Education Institutions program prepares you for your role in university leadership in the transformation of your organization.
Increasingly, academic institutions are going through the process of innovation and institutional reform. This program prepares you for your role as a leader in the change process. You develop a broad set of leadership and governance skills in the areas of policy reform, institutional strategy making, organization development, change management and the administration of academic processes.
This is a practical, interactive program where you are challenged to present your own institutional development and implementation plans, inviting professional scrutiny and peer review. Throughout the program, professional coaching is available to support you.
Institutional Development and Leadership; Organizational Diagnostics; Strategy Formulation and Implementation Planning; Change Management;Innovation of Higher Education.
To acquaint senior academic & admin. higher education staff with competencies that are necessary to guide higher education through a process of institutional strengthening and establish a high performance organization
Maastricht School of Management has been a key player in global education since the 1950’s. At present it has more than 2000 students graduating each year in more than 20 countries, making us the largest and most international business school in the Netherlands.
Maastricht School of Management offers prestigious management degree programs such as: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science (MSc), Executive MBA (EMBA), Global Distance MBA (GDMBA), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). It also offers a wide range of certificate and diploma based executive programs, including tailor-made programs. Maastricht School of Management programs are designed to stimulate creative management thinking, transforming knowledge of management theory into effective business practice.
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