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This course aims to equip students with research-based knowledge to understand and enhance organizational resilience. It will provide them with evidence-based best practices and tools to develop resilience in an organization. The course includes theory/concepts associated with resilience and also practical cases to translate the theory and concepts into action.
This course aims to equip students with research and practice-based knowledge to understand and enhance organisational resilience. The course explores evidence-based best practices and tools to develop resilience in an organisation. The course includes theory/concepts associated with resilience as well as practical cases and exercises to help students translate theory & concepts into action.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:1. Analyse, evaluate and effectively communicate the business case for building resilience.2. Identify factors that reduce or enhance organisational resilience.3. Describe and apply the appropriate theory, model or concepts to assess organisational resilience.4. Recommend appropriate strategies and action plans based on application of theory, model or concept for enhancing organisational resilience.
Subject to approval of the Head of Department.
Block One: Friday 25 August and Saturday 26 August, 0900-1630Block Two: Friday 22 September and Saturday 23 September, 0900-1630Room: 526
Dr Tracy HattonRoom 348, 3rd floor, Business and Law BuildingPhone: 021 160 7707Email: email@example.comTeaching staff: Tracy Hatton, John Vargo, Erica Seville, Charlotte Brown, Sanna Malinen
Blog post -- September 10 -- 10%Quick Quiz -- September 20 -- 10%Group Presentation -- September 22 (in class) -- 35%Resilience Audit Report -- October 22 -- 45%
There is no single text book for this course. Links to readings will be provided on learn. Students will be expected to read those resources marked as compulsory and use those marked as additional as they require to assist in completion of assignments.
Domestic fee $1,506.00
International Postgraduate fees
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
This course will not be offered if fewer than 15 people apply to enrol.
For further information see
Executive Development Programme on the department and colleges page.