Apply and evaluate a complex range of established models and factors which influence choices made in the management of people. Choose and apply appropriate methods of qualitative and quantitative data analysis to gain insights from data and explore the implications of decisions. Assess and select appropriate methods of qualitative and quantitative data collection to gather a varied range of evidence to support decision. This module is necessarily an introduction; further suggestions of reading and of consequent activities will be provided. To provide the participant with an understanding of the Operations Management task and its contribution to organisational competitiveness.
Switching to the one-year Master’s in Management will not be possible once you begin this programme at LSE. Therefore, please ensure you choose the programme you apply for carefully, as there will not be any opportunity to transfer. We use a variety of teaching and learning methods to help you make the most of your studies.
Our experience of working with a wide range of industrial partners and managerial teams have fed directly into the design of this programme. The wide range of optional modules also gives you the flexibility to tailor the course to suit your individual career aspirations. CMI research shows that organisations who invest in Management and leadership development programmes see on average a 23% increase in organisational performance, and a 32% increase in people performance. Chartered Managers, an award only available through CMI, on average boost their business’ revenue by £310k over 5 years. This module explores management and leadership issues arising from working with different cultures in a domestic or international context and enables students to more successfully manage a range of cross-cultural challenges. It does so using a blend of practical examples, research-based theories and experiential teaching methods.
- The culmination of the learning process is your opportunity to undertake an individual thesis project which is in-company or Cranfield led.
- These scholarships will be awarded to particularly deserving applicants who demonstrate excellent academic, professional and personal achievements.
- If you have in excess of three years of full-time experience, you should consider the MBA programme.
- Understand and apply a number of different ways of conceptualising people in organisations, including communication, culture, diversity, leadership, politics, management and change.
Identify and critically evaluate the principles and concepts related to logistics and supply chain management. Acquire and critically reflect on relevant project management related techniques. Undertake critical analyses of a range of people management issues and be able to make considered, informed proposals to address them.
Once your online application has been submitted together with your supporting documentation, it will be processed by our admissions team. You will then be advised by email if you are successful, unsuccessful, or whether the course director would like to interview you before a decision is made. Applicants based outside of the UK may be interviewed either by telephone or video conference. The CMI is the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence.
These costs are variable by location and some costs are subsidised by the School of Management. Further details will be provided by the Programme Director after enrolment. International applicants can find out the equivalent qualification for their country by selecting from the list below. Please note that the equivalency will correspond to the broad UK degree classification stated on this page (e.g. upper second-class).
This involves determining the purpose of the organisation, establishing objectives and formulating strategies to achieve the objectives. It predominantly explores how an organisation positions itself with regard to its changing environment, and in particular its competitors, in order to gain and sustain competitive advantage. This means that strategic Management considers how an organisation’s internal resources and capabilities can be developed to meet the changing demands of customers, in such a way as to achieve the expectations and objectives of its stakeholders. Understand and apply a number of different ways of conceptualising people in organisations, including communication, culture, diversity, leadership, politics, management and change.
Also, this programme was recommended to me by a senior from my undergraduate school. And she highly recommended this course to me, because she has learned a lot from this programme, which is the reason why I applied and pursued this MPhil Management programme. The purpose of this course is to expand your global mindset and provide you with theories, knowledge and practical tools that you can use to achieve success in the global business environment. Between June and October, you will either have the opportunity to undertake a major research project as part of an internship based thesis or undertake a traditional thesis. Both pathways enable you to apply and extend the knowledge and skills you have learnt during the course and the choice of internships cover a broad range of subject areas with our partner companies.
Identify global environmental and social trends and assess how these present both challenges and opportunities to business and analyse the capabilities businesses need to manage these. Critically evaluate the importance of developments in the macro economy and explore their impact on management and business performance. Graduates with a desire to develop their knowledge and skills in management before seeking their first professional role.