Advanced Management Program

University of Western Australia Business School

University of Western Australia Business School


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Who should attend

The AMP is for two categories of managers: senior managers about to transition into the first tier of executive management; and managers who are experienced specialists in their chosen field but are moving into people management roles. It is recommended that all candidates have more than seven years’ experience before attending the program.

About the course

For more than 40 years, AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education’s Advanced Management Program (AMP) has been a trusted pathway for professionals and managers wanting to take the next step in executive leadership. The AMP is designed to challenge and empower you to a deeper understanding of your leadership capabilities and management expertise, as you increasingly contribute to the senior levels of your organisation.

As busy leaders and managers we rarely get the chance to look at our leadership from a different perspective, what we do each day and why we do it. Participants on this six day intensive residential program are encouraged to step back and integrate new insights into their current management challenges.

The AMP has foundations in leading management models, frameworks and theories with tailored leadership skills development. It is facilitated by a globally respected team of faculty and commercial presenters from The University of Western Australia Business School. Learning is achieved through interactive teaching, guided discussion, case study analysis, syndicate projects, peer review, and personal coaching methodologies. Cutting edge case examples are used from the West Australian, Australian and global economies, including from leading global business schools. Condensed from its origins in business school based, accredited Executive MBA programs, the AMP includes the basic building blocks of management theory; strategic and financial management; managing human capital; organisational performance; negotiation skills; innovation, change and marketing management. “Best of Breed” chief executive guest speakers present on a range of topics including leadership, sustainability, growth and talent retention and attraction.

Complementing the management skills content in the program is a series of presentations, experiential activities and individual coaching designed to facilitate self-reflection and increase an individual’s managerial effectiveness and leadership potential. Participants undertake 360° assessment prior to the program, receive individualised executive coaching, examine their ability to work in teams and cross cultural situations, examine their leadership skills, and their ability to achieve peak performance and work life balance.


Renu Burr

Renu’s extensive experience as a facilitator of leadership, organisational and personal transformation has been built over 30 years of business, leadership and academic experience. Renu has worked in executive leadership, HR management, consultant and advisory roles to support management and exec...

Tim Mazzarol

Tim Mazzarol is a Winthrop Professor specialising in entrepreneurship, innovation, small business management, marketing and strategy. He is a Qualified Practising Market Researcher (QPMR) with the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS). He is also an Affiliate Faculty member of the...

Phil Hancock

Phil is Professor of Accounting and the Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching at the UWA Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education. He joined the UWA Business School in January 2002 from Murdoch University where he was Associate Professor of Accounting. Phil has extensive experience in accou...

Richard Gruner

Richard is Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Australia Business School and University Associate at Curtin University. His research interests include digital marketing, operations and IT management, and sustainable supply chain management. Richard obtained several awards for his resear...

Steve Brown

I am a registered Psychologist with a masters degree and PhD in Organisational Psychology. My current role includes responsibility for the strategic direction of Executive Education and the establishment of initiatives that link directly to the strategy, and also support the interests of the joi...

Ray Fells

Prior to becoming an academic Ray gained experience in employment and industrial relations matters in the U.K. which gave rise to his interest in dispute resolution through negotiation and mediation. His research and teaching have been aimed at finding ways to negotiate more effectively in the bu...

Katy Tindall

Katy’s expertise in the field of Organisational Development is fuelled by her passion to improve organisational effectiveness and wellbeing of individuals. Katy’s extensive consulting background (in private, public, academic and community sectors) has been complemented by working in an internal c...

Lauren Hancock

Lauren’s style is warm and spontaneous: how she shows up in session is how she shows up in the rest of her life. Lauren’s focus in her all her work is to assist clients to create richer, more meaningful lives and this theme is central to her counselling. She views mental health problems as a norm...

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