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Essentials of Leading Change online course develops skills for leading and implementing strategic change in projects in a global context.
Change management has become the backbone of general management and the essence of what makes great leaders succeed. The Essentials of Leading Change online course focuses on a systems-level perspective of change and shifts between structural, cultural, and individual levels.
During the course, you will explore how individuals behave when confronted with change, understand how to influence these behaviors best, and see the change in all its different shapes and sizes.
By participating in this online course, you will learn about the key issues that experts and management need to understand, the differences between change and transition, and what it takes to maintain the balance between these from a leadership perspective.
By completing the course, you will get an Aalto EE Essentials of Leading Change certificate worth 0.5 ECTS.
The course is a cost-effective and flexible way to develop strategic skills for leading and implementing strategic change projects. During the course, you will gain insight into the key phenomena of change and resistance to change and identify ingredients and insights for building changeability. You will also acquire new tools and perspectives for leading yourself, others, and organizations through change.
This online course is designed for experienced managers and business leaders who need leadership skills in managing change across functions in a global context.
This online course is structured into six modules that take approximately 12 hours to complete depending on your speed and preferred study style. The modules consist of interactive video lectures, reflection tasks, and practical assignments covering leading change from different perspectives.
The videos are accompanied by interactive questions to check your knowledge along the way, further reading material, and prompts for reflection. The online course includes a Workbook to help you use the course templates and frameworks for a business challenge in your organization.
The course videos are subtitled in English.
The estimated study time for the course is 12 hours. The course allows flexible study patterns; you can decide on your schedule and the speed of your progress. The recommended study schedule is 2-3 hours per week during 4–5 weeks.
The Essentials of Leading Change Workbook contains a series of reflection questions and assignments. It will help you understand this course's content better and allows you to start putting the tools and frameworks into use right away.
You will find a total of 15 assignments in this course workbook that we hope you complete in parallel with the course modules.
To expand your knowledge and understanding of change management practices, we encourage you to start implementing the change management tools on your company's topical challenge by employing the workbook.
Dr. Pekka Mattila serves as a Professor of Practice at the Aalto University School of Business.
Dr. Pekka Mattila is a specialist in strategic management and agility, strategy co-creation, business model innovation, executive leadership, top team dynamics, change management, organizational culture and strategic marketing.
Dr. Mattila works frequently with European, Asian and North American as well as African executive audiences and is a much-requested speaker at corporate and other events around the world. Over the years, he has frequently visited a number of prestigious European and Asian universities teaching management, organizational behavior, marketing, and sociology.
In addition to his academic activities Dr. Mattila has conducted an active business career. Currently he serves as the Chairman of the Board or as a Member of the Board at a number of innovative companies: e.g. media, construction technology, payments, lighting as well as food and beverage industries. Previously he served in executive, management and senior staff positions in the Nordic financial services industry. From 2012 till 2014 he served as a board member at a leading Finnish bank. Currently he serves as a Member of the Board of The Finnish National Gallery. From 2009 till 2017 he served as the Chairman of the Board for the foundation operating the renowned Helsinki Festival. He is a Founding Member of Nordic Institute of Business and Society and the Chairman of the Board for Helsinki Advanced Interaction Studies Institute.
He holds a D.Sc. in sociology from the University of Helsinki and an Executive MBA at London Business School.
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