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Melbourne Business School

General Management Program

Oct 28—Nov 1, 2019
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day
Mar 23—27, 2020
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day
Jun 22—26, 2020
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day

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Description

Improve the way you manage day-to-day business and other core work functions with our General Management Program.

Combining business theory and practice, we give you a foundational understanding of supervising others, strategy, finance and marketing, and how they work together to create a successful organisation.

Our program is a great opportunity to broaden your executive skills and perspectives, while building the confidence needed to lead across different organisational functions.

Key benefits

  • By the end of the program, you will be able to:
  • Lead with a broader perspective
  • Increase managerial impact
  • Build robust, resilient teams and foster collaboration
  • Interpret financial data
  • Align marketing and strategy
  • Create and implement a strategic direction.

Program journey

Your program journey is designed to ensure you emerge with new skills and behaviours, aligned with your learning goals.

Program preparation

  • Self-assessment questionnaires
  • Access to workshop materials through our online-learning platform

Program (residential)

The following key themes are explored:

  • Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • People management
  • Organisational change.

Post-program

  • Continued learning through access to program materials and facilitators via our online-learning platform
  • Webinars to reconnect, check-in and dive deeper into particular content.

Who should attend

  • Experienced senior managers who are being positioned to take on a general management role
  • General managers who have recently moved into their role

Experts

Brandon Lee joined Melbourne Business School in 2014 and is currently Associate Professor of Business Strategy. Upon completing his PhD in Organisational Behaviour at Cornell University, Brandon was an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School. Brandon’s res...
Presenter of financial management workshops for companies , executive education providers , government and not-for-profits. Director of a range of unlisted public and private companies. Current lecturing engagements include: • Program Director for Melbourne Business School's Finance for Non-Fin...
Don O’Sullivan joined Melbourne Business School in 2008 as an Associate Professor of Marketing. After completing his PhD at University College Cork, Don continued at Cork as a lecturer for eight years before travelling to Dublin to become the Director of Strategic Marketing at TecBrand. Don’s r...
Geoff Martin joined Melbourne Business School in 2012 and is now an Associate Professor of Strategy. Prior to completing his PhD at IE Business School in Madrid and his MBA at Melbourne Business School, Geoff held a number of senior strategy and operational risk positions at Deloitte (Sydney), GT...
Harnessing her passion for unlocking leadership capability in others, Aviva moved away from legal practice and into the consulting space; facilitating programs and coaching professionals from government, corporate and commercial clients. Aviva specialises in influence, negotiation and conflict ...
Narelle has more than 30 years’ experience as a HR Executive working in the resources sector with Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton. She has led a wide range of functions, including talent management, succession planning, performance management, sourcing & recruitment, diversity & inclusion an...

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Oct 28—Nov 1, 2019
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day
Mar 23—27, 2020
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day
Jun 22—26, 2020
5 days
Melbourne, Australia
AUD 10100 ≈USD 6891
AUD 2020 per day

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