What does the part-time Executive Master of Management and Organization offer you?
These days there is a great need for professionals and managers who come up with solutions to complex issues at the cutting edge of business and society. MMO challenges you and inspires you to think about the impact of developments that are already happening. After all, what are the consequences for your organization if:
- the lifespan of an organization decreases from 45 to just 7 years?
- your customers are also your supplier?
- managing and organizing turns into a continuous process of learning to change?
- competition starts to take place between ecosystems rather than between companies and organizations?
- every organization has to be a technology organization in the future?
Study load part-time master’s program MMO
The part-time Executive Master of Management and Organization consists of 12 modules, spread out over a period of 20 months. At the beginning of each module you will have 3 weeks to prepare through online learning. After this preparation you will follow 3 days of interactive meetings and lectures. Each module is concluded with a take home assignment. You end this part-time MMO master’s program with a master’s thesis. The program includes interactive lectures, simulations, debates, peer consultation and experiential learning. Theory and practice are closely interwoven.
Themes of the modules
In organizations, everything starts with the employee. It is the employee who executes the strategies. The management and the organization must facilitate, support and develop the employee as well as they can. MMO consists of four parts: Purpose, Direction, Ability and Movement, built according to the model below:
We aim for groups of participants with a lot of talent, experience and potential. We strive for an equal level of knowledge of the participants. Therefore, a premaster can be a requirement for starting the program.
The premaster prepares participants for the subject-specific modules and focuses on basic academic knowledge and skills. The premaster consists of three modules: Accounting and Finance, Quantitative Methods and Academic Reading and Writing. The first two modules are concluded with an (online) test, the last module with a paper.
Business Research Methods
Business Research Methods (BRM) is part of your Master's degree. This module will help you make better decisions in situations where a solution to a problem is not immediately obvious because you are missing some of the information.
For students doing an entire Master's program at TIAS, both BRM modules are mandatory. We recommend doing BRM I at the start of your Master's and BRM II at the end, just before graduation. Talk to your Program Adviser about the best time to schedule BRM I into your personal learning path.
More information on Business Research Methods
| Module Future of Business Society
| Module Elective Online Module Business & Society
| Module Strategic Management & Implementation
| Module Sustainable Innovation
| Module Strategic Marketing & Management
| Module Strategic HRM, Performance & Well Being
| Module Finance & Management Accounting
| Module Operations Management
| Module Elective: Study Trip - European Business Systems
| Module Transformation & Leadership
| Module IT & Data management