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New Program for Leaders of Change

Executive Masters in Organizational Change

Submitted by: Ashridge Executive Education

Categories: Academia, Events

Posted: Apr 21, 2017 – 12:11 PM EST


LONDON, Apr. 21 /CSRwire/ - The world is changing more quickly every day, and leaders of change need to be equipped to rapidly adapt. Ashridge’s new part-time MSc program explores a new approach to change and provides participants with the practical tools to lead people and organizations in volatile times. Participants will leave the program equipped to build stronger, more resilient organizations ready for the future.

About the Executive MSc in Organizational Change

  • A two-year, part-time program.
  • Relevant to all leaders, or future leaders of change, regardless of industry, role or function.
  • Participants work on live change issues through an applied approach to learning – designed to make immediate impact on the organization they work in. 
  • The program focuses on providing practical tools, confidence and developing the right mindset to lead complex change in volatile times. 
  • Helps organizations release its sense of purpose and energy – and a vision for the future.


About Ashridge Executive Education 

Ashridge has contributed to the success of thousands of individuals, teams and organizations by helping to develop their leadership capabilities. As part of Hult International Business School one of the world's truly global business schools, Ashridge has an unrivaled international platform to deliver teaching across the globe. Ashridge Executive Education attracts clients from every continent and is in the 1% of providers globally to be accredited by all three major executive education bodies: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

For more information, please contact:

Rachel Boxall Head of Corporate Relations
Phone: 07738765162
Hayley Male Brand Director
Phone: 07738765162

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