Executive Education Papers at Tauranga (2024)

Waikato Management School offers a range of highly practical executive and corporate development training programmes. These are designed to meet the specific individual and organisational development needs of different industry sectors. Programmes are generally offered on a 'cohort' basis. Therefore, enrolment into individual papers is often not possible. In most cases it is not possible to cross-credit papers from these applied postgraduate programmes to or from undergraduate or graduate qualifications.

Note: Initial enquiries about the MBA, MBM or specialised Corporate Programmes should be made to Executive Education at the Waikato Management School, phone +64 7 838 4833 or email execed@waikato.ac.nz.



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  • 500 Level

    Code Paper Title Points Occurrence / Location
    EXMBA557Competing in a Complex World15.024W (Hamilton)
    This paper applies key strategic, communication and marketing frameworks and tools to the analysis of real organisations, and then develops strategies to enhance their stakeholder-centric positioning and performance.
    EXMBA558Understanding the Business Environment15.024W (Hamilton)
    This paper explores how an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world, both influences, and impacts all sectors of society and commerce in particular.
    EXMBA559Financial Analysis and Performance15.024W (Hamilton)
    This paper equips managers with the skills required to determine the financial health of an organisation, in order to support organisational resilience and competitiveness during growth, transformation, or a re-positioning of strategic priorities.
    EXMBA560People and Productivity15.024W (Hamilton)
    In the context of how to prepare for tomorrows workforce, this paper equips students with the skills and competencies required to enable, engage and empower workers.
    EXMBA561Leadership for Growth and Development15.024W (Hamilton)
    Through the application of leadership knowledge and skill (self, team and organization), together with decision-making, students will be able to evaluate the antecedents and outcomes of effective leadership.
    EXMBA562Creating Positive Disruption15.024W (Tauranga)
    The rate of technological and market change is placing increasing pressure on incumbent business. Organisations are increasingly required to disrupt, or risk being the victim of disruption. In a complex and uncertain world, managers must draw on their ecosystem to assess dangers and evaluate opportunities.
    EXMBA563Leading Transformation in Organisations15.024W (Tauranga)
    With the complexity of business today the practice of leading change has never had greater significance. This paper equips leaders with the ability to face difficult situations that arise with change, including the complexity of leading change at both the organisational and individual level.
    EXMBA564Governance and Responsible Engagement15.024W (Hamilton)
    This paper takes an ambicultural approach to governance and covers the practicalities of business governance, including ethical decision-making, fiscal, societal and environmental responsibility, and reporting.
    EXMBA565High Impact Project30.024W (Hamilton)
    This paper provides an opportunity for the student to investigate a topic in depth and conduct applied research that results in a report that will be of value to practitioners and or organisations.
    EXMBA566Breaking Boundaries – The Global Business Experience15.024W (Tauranga)
    How do businesses engage with international markets? The paper explores the strategies of international businesses and how these might be employed to address cross-border challenges associated with the dynamic international business environment.
    EXMBA567Contemporary and Future Issues for Leaders15.024W (Tauranga)
    In a world where the only constant is change itself the issues facing today's leaders are complex and varied. This paper will provide insight into current topical issues facing leaders of today, including scenario planning and foresight.

2024 Catalogue of Papers information current as of : 7 December 2023 9:06am

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