Enhance your problem-solving skills and find opportunity in business uncertainty.
This micro-credential will support you in developing the skills, capabilities, and perspectives needed in a world of radical uncertainties. You’ll develop new ways of engaging with radical uncertainties, think critically about how uncertainties are distributed in societies and organisations, develop greater resilience in the face of radical uncertainty and unexpected events, and grow your own capacity for leadership and action.
By the end of the microcredential, you’ll be able to...
This microcredential would benefit anyone currently working, or looking to work in:
The course delivers transferable skills for any industry and is relevant across the board.
This course has a global focus and the skills you’ll learn will be relevant for learners from countries around the world.
The Open University is a public research university and with more than 170,000 students it is the University with the largest number of students in the UK. Worldwide The Open University has more than 2 million students. They offer flexible part-time study, supported distance and open learning for undergraduate and postgraduate courses and qualifications. With more than 50 years of experience in delivering part-time flexible education, the University has broadened its range of programmes to suit all needs.
Under guidance from The Open University, you’ll apply ideas in the course directly to uncertainties you face in your work and reflect on these in collaboration with other learners. You’ll apply what you learn to your own challenges in a final project that reflects on your learning and future development.
To join this micro-credential you will ideally have:
09 October 2022Enquire for this programme