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Strategic Change Leadership for Digital Transformation

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Course overview

Acquire the leadership skills to drive organisational transformation and thrive in changing times. Learn how to effectively lead change within and across operational boundaries and ecosystems to build resilient, innovative and competitive organisations able to thrive in disruptive markets. The Leading Change in the Digital Era short course provides insights into strategic change leadership theories and a practical hands-on playbook for leaders in today’s digital world.​

What will you do better after the course
Imagine developing a hands-on leadership playbook that helps your organisation set its strategic direction, stimulate organizational transformation, and galvanise your teams to take action that yields quantifiable results.

Why?
Organisations are not meant to be static. In a world of increasing uncertainty, competitive dynamism, market volatility and socio-technological transformation, companies must be able to adapt and change quickly. An organisation’s willingness to disrupt itself and its ability to continuously mobilise behavioural change, has become a mission-critical leadership capability in today’s business world. The Leading Change in the Digital Era short course provides insights into​ strategic change leadership theories and a practical hands-on playbook for leaders in today’s digital world.​

Course curriculum

Course outcomes

What will you learn?

  • Identify and critically discuss pre-eminent strategic change leadership issues faced by business executives
  • Gain detailed knowledge and understanding of core concepts and frameworks in strategic change leadership
  • Evaluate the why, where and how of change leadership in a turbulent and dynamic business environment​
  • Critically analyse the efforts of companies in the field of strategic change​
  • Leadership and derive lessons learned as well as actionable recommendations
  • Develop a clear focus and improve the way you lead strategic change and transform your organisation
  • Evaluate the impact of strategic change leadership within and across operational boundaries and ecosystems

 

Who would benefit?

  • Leaders and senior executives responsible for shaping future fit organisations and mobilising behavioural change and organisational transformation

Lecturer

Dr Ulf Bosch

Course summary

Online Short Course in partnership with the William J Clinton Leadership Institute, Queen’s University Belfast Certificate of Completion (Digital badge)
9 weeks consecutive online learning (comprising asynchronous content, virtual fireside chat and group activity with peer and lecturer review)​
On completion you will receive a Queen’s University Belfast Certificate of Completion and DigitalCampus Digital Credential to use on your LinkedIn profile
Language: English

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Dr Ulf Bosch

Professor of Practice: Queen’s Management School​
PhD in Strategy from King’s College London​
MBA from China Europe International Business School​

Ulf is a highly experienced strategist and leadership expert, business consultant, author and keynote speaker. He has more than 20 years of international experience serving as Head of Organisational Change and Talent Management with top-management consultancies. He has personally led multiple large-scale transformation and leadership programmes​ for some of the world’s best-known organisations across various industries.​