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University encourages businesses to sample free 'Management Masterclasses'

22 October 09

The School of Management at the University of Bradford is offering Yorkshire organisations free Management Masterclasses to ensure they can sample management development courses and understand how management learning can be implemented in the workplace.

The 'masterclasses' led by Executive Education at the School, are aimed at decision makers who commission management development in public and private sector organisations. These decision makers have a unique opportunity to experience the School's management training range and can benefit from taking part in practical and interactive masterclasses as executive delegates.

Corporate Programmes Manager, from Executive Education at Bradford University School of Management, Andrew Brennen said: "This is an outstanding opportunity to sample the type of challenging, thought provoking and topical Executive Education programme that the School of Management specialises in."

The masterclasses are tailored to the private and public sector agenda and will be held on Thursday 3rd December and Thursday 10th December 2009 from 9am-3pm.  The private sector masterclass will include sessions on "Strategic Management - How elusive is your competitive advantage" and "Cash Flows - Ensuring it doesn't!".  The public sector masterclass will focus on "Strategic Management - One size doesn't fit all. Linking stakeholders and organizations" and "Capital Budgeting - Project appraisal in the public sector". 

All individual sessions aim to inspire and engage those who commission management development and will help organisations better implement management learning for real results. The masterclasses will take place at the School of Management's Executive Training Centre at Heaton Mount, Bradford.

22 October 09

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Out of office hours call 07879 437996. Alternatively, e-mail or fax on (01274) 236280.