Complete a 5 or 6 week unit of study with the experts in business.
Your time is precious. Whether you’re looking for professional development or hoping to complete your study faster, these units from UNE Business School have been created with you in mind.
Each unit is delivered online over five or six weeks – the five week courses include required attendance at a two-day, high energy workshop at UNE's FutureCampus Parramatta. The courses will equip you with new ideas and strategies to implement in your own workplace.
The courses are delivered by experts who have curated the best knowledge available.
Take the opportunity to work on your own professional development with a short course that provides all the resources of postgraduate study for the cost of a typical university unit. Assessment tasks are built around your daily work challenges and will become part of the toolkit you take away from this experience.
Complete a short course as a stand-alone experience, or count it as a 6-point unit towards a range of postgraduate degrees at UNE under the banner of BUS496/596. Discuss this option with your Course Coordinator.
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Tri 2 - Leading with Values (5 weeks)
|Dates||10 July 2017 - 11 August 2017|
|Workshop||Tuesday 1 and Wednesday 2 August 2017|
|Location||UNE FutureCampus, Parramatta|
What does it mean to provide leadership that truly makes a positive difference?
By articulating your values, better decision making and increased productivity can be unleashed. Aligning the values of individuals and the organisation as a whole can enable positive difference in your organisation.
This short course immerses you in the theory and practice of Values Based Leadership (VBL); a strategic leadership tool that allows organisational leaders to create and build an aligned values based culture.
Develop a successful values based culture.
Leading with values offers a deeper perspective on leading people to make a positive difference in your organisation.
- Understand the power of values in organisational practice
- Learn to use a range of diagnostic tools to assess values alignment within your organisation
- Develop specific leadership workplace practices to build a values based culture
- Prepare an Executive Report based on your own experience
Meet our Expert
Dr Phil Harrell is the Executive Director and founder of New England Management Development training and consulting company. As a public speaker, educator and consultant, he has been presenting his unique and engaging style of leadership and management development training throughout Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific for over twenty-five years. Phil consults and researches extensively in Values Based Leadership (VBL) and collaborates with an international network for the practice of leading with values. He is an accredited Master Coach in Leading, Managing and Coaching by Values through the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
Tri 2 - Communicating Big Data (6 weeks)
|Dates||10 July 2017 - 18 August 2017|
|Location||Online delivery (no workshop requirement)|
Are you interested in Big Data, what it is and how it can be used to transform your organisation or community? If you are, then this short course is for you!
Major technological advances in recent decades mean that data is omnipresent, springing from a diverse range of outlets, often in real time and in volumes never experienced previously. There is almost too much data from multiple and often-complex sources – but how do you capture, analyze and communicate what you need to enhance decision-making?
Big Data is transforming all sectors including agriculture, mining, utilities, health, trade and tourism, business and personal services, environment, government, and not for profit and community sectors.
This Short Course is designed to give you the chance to learn about the latest developments in Communicating Big Data.
With a focus on the implications for business and drawing on real-life case studies, this course covers topics including the architecture and evolution of Big Data, its collection, storage, systems management, and its application, analytics, presentation, regulation and ethics, delivering both theoretical and practical know-how.
Meet the Expert
Dr Boyd Blackwell is an applied economist with research, teaching, and consulting experience in resource, environmental, ecological and public-good economics and policy.
He is currently leading the Enduring Community Value from Mining Team within the Cooperative Research Centre for Remote Economic Participation at the UNE Business School.
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