Collaboration in Organizational Networks Master Class
You operate in a complex, rapidly changing environment. Many of the strategic challenges in your organization require networks. Long-term partnerships between organizations, and possibly also temporary networks of opportunity. In this master class, you learn when it does and does not makes sense for your organization to start or join an organizational network. And how to operate in these networks.
Why TIAS School for Business & Society?
- Financial Times top-ranked business school for executive and in-company education.
- All lecturers are top experts from academia and the business world.
- Directly applicable scientific and practical knowledge.
- Flexible programs tailored to your needs
Participants in the Collaboration in Organizational Networks Master Class are managers, professionals and experienced directors from the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors. They’ve been asked to join an organizational network, but lack a clear idea of what exactly that means. Or they have come to the conclusion that they need other organizations to achieve their organizational goals, and want to learn how to organize that. Participants are looking for scientific insights and practical added value. They have at least 5 years of work experience and a higher professional or university degree.
Our participants include:
- Account managers
- Project managers
- Senior advisers
- Commercial directors
- Area managers
Design your own track and earn your TIAS Diploma of Excellence.
Our master classes also let you design your own track and earn your TIAS Diploma of Excellence. You take five master classes, choose a concentration in personal leadership and write a final paper applying your new knowledge.
You can also choose other subjects to build your Leadership & Management track.
The Master Class in Management Teams & Leadership can also be followed as an additional in-depth study of the Executive Leadership & Management Program.