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Drawing on the complexity sciences and grounded in pragmatist philosophy, this module provides students with the opportunity to explore alternatives to traditional approaches to management and leadership. The module requires students to work with their own experience of unpredictability and uncertainty in their professional lives. Students will be invited to focus reflexively on the details of their interactions at work in order to gain greater insights into how norms, routines, and cultures emerge in organisations and as a means of generating alternative possibilities to how they might approach their daily practice.
Who is the module for:
Health and social care practitioners/professionals involved in leading teams or organisations and/or involved in identifying change in practice aimed at service improvement through educational project.
- Good honours degree and/or work experience in a healthcare setting
- International students must have IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent
Number of credits and level of study:
30 credits at level 7.
Pattern of Delivery:
Course length: Five teaching days fortnightly on Wednesdays, plus five days of self-directed study
*Dates may change
Mr John King (primary)
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