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The First MBA intake in Greenland


Det første hold startede i 2006 og næste hold starter i marts 2007 - klik her for at se hvordan du ansøger
International kompetenceudviling

International kompetenceudvikling
Igennem de senere år har der vist sig en mærkbart stigende interesse for international lederudvikling, og i den forbindelse får vi også et stigende antal henvendelser fra medarbejdere i Grønlandske virksomheder, som ønsker at høre mere om mulighederne for at tage en international lederuddannelse på Henley Management College, UK.

Vi har på foranledning af Grønlands Turist- og Erhvervsråd (GTE) i samarbejde tilrettelagt et studieforløb specielt for medarbejdere i grønlandske virksomheder med start i januar 2006. Det er et forløb, som kombinerer undervisning på deltid med support via e-learning, og denne unikke kombination gør, at den deltagende medarbejder passer job og studier på en sådan måde, at han eller hun fungerer som intern konsulent i egen virksomhed igennem hele studieforløbet.

Det muliggøres bl.a. gennem det forhold, at alle studiets opgaver skrives for egen organisation. Læs mere om hvad der er i programmet for både virksomheden og den studerende i "What’s in The Henley MBA for You and Your Company".

The Greenland Henley MBA brochure

Please click on the links below to downlaod the brochure in a pdf file:

The Greenland Henley MBA brochure

Programme Fees Click here to download prices and terms
How to apply for the Henley Greenland MBA

All applicants must submit their application form, relevant certified copies of degree certificates and satisfactory business references.

Download the Application Package:

Notes on How to Apply
Application Form
Reference Form
Certification of English Proficiency at Work
English Language Requirements

New principal

On January 1 2005, Chris Bones, took up the role as new principal for Henley Management College.
With 22 years’ experience working for Shell, Diageo and Cadbury Schweppes Chris Bones will bring to the College significant international business experience and a reputation as a leading practitioner in executive education and development, change and HR strategy.
Chris has had a long relationship with Henley as a client, contributor to company programmes and event design and delivery for the Learning Partnership. He writes a monthly column for HR magazine and is a regular speaker at international conferences on change, HR strategy and employment branding.


Free Reports

Henley has recently publiced 2 reports, which you can download here.

  1. The Value of Corporate-Sponsored Management Development Programmes

  2. The Unleased Potential of Management

 

New research reports

Managing Tomorrow’s Worker
Research into the management practices and competences required for managing a more mobile and flexible workforce.

This project, carried out by Henley Management College’s Centre for Business in the Digital Economy, worked on the assumption that information work will continue to become more mobile and managers will need to develop the processes and competences to accommodate this. It tested the hypothesis that managers of flexible workers manage in a different way than traditionally and they therefore have a different competence profile.

Data gathered through a combination of interviews and questionnaires provided an interesting insight into how managers should respond to the acknowledged increase in mobile and flexible working, particularly through the development of existing skills and a move to a more outputs orientated management approach.

Click here for more details about the findings and a PDF version of the report.

Corporate e-Learning: Delivering business benefits
by David Birchall and Damian Woolfall, sponsored by the Henley Learning Partnership.

‘This report makes an important contribution to our understanding of how new technologies can be leveraged to support the acquisition and sharing of skills, knowledge and expertise, enabling organisations to compete more effectively in an increasingly demanding business environment’ Dr Richard Straub, Director of Learning Solutions, IBM.

Case studies from Dixons Stores Group, IBM, Danfoss, Volkswagen and SA Armstrong, included in the report provide interesting insights into how these companies are tackling some of the issues raised in the report. The common theme running through each case is the strength of commitment from senior executives to the development of human capital particularly through e-learning. Also, these companies demonstrate that technology is purely an enabler and good practice design is based on its appropriate use. Cost-effective solutions are possible without heavy investment in elaborate presentation. E-learning in its narrowest form, based on the conversion of computer-based training, has been found to have limited application but ICT is recognised as having considerable potential for transforming T&D. The more advanced cases offer a mix of learning modes including computer-mediated communications for peer-to-peer interaction and face-to-face events.

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Report: ‘Corporate e-Learning: Delivering business benefits' now available.
[click to open in pdf format / file size: 130 KB]


Information Assurance: Strategic alignment and competitive advantage

This report is the result of a research exercise during which Henley Management College interviewed more than 60 senior information assurance practitioners and director-level company executives. The research revealed valuable examples of good practice and ideas from experts to ensure better alignment, which Henley Management College have brought together into a practical strategic alignment framework and action plan. Click here for the Executive Summary

 

New Alumni Group - Pharma/Biotech Alumni Association

This new alumni group of MBA graduates has been created to facilitate further personal and professional development for alumni of Henley MBA and other related programs. For more information, please click here.

 

 

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