The Executive MBA comprises six core modules. The interactive nature of the programme requires that each student must attend all modules and contribute to the collective experience.
Content is organised into themes that reflect the challenges facing participants in their professional and personal lives and is continuously renewed to keep pace with evolving theories of adult and organisational learning.
Three themes pervade all six modules to integrate learning across the programme:
1. Human capital development
2. Knowledge management
3. Leadership and change
Lays the conceptual foundation for the entire programme and provides an overview of the modules to follow.
Aims to develop an understanding of the foundations of business acumen and covers the following topics:
- The drivers of business growth
- Management of cash flow
- Drivers of profitability
- Creating customer value
- Efficient asset utilisation
Strategic Dimensions of Business Acumen develops the ability to administer human, financial, material, and information resources in a manner that promotes public trust, while remaining true to the organisation’s mission.
This module explores opportunities for creating new value arising out of the contemporary macro-economy and is designed to increase acuity, develop judgement and stimulate innovative and entrepreneurial abilities.
Examines the changing role of business in society and integrates economics, ethics, governance, social justice and social equity.
This module focuses on developing and managing organisational capacity and competence to create value for stakeholders. It provides options for public and private sector organisations so that participants can customise their Executive MBA to their particular organisation.