Why Choose EMLSI
Why Choose EMLSI

1-Year Executive Master in Leadership, Strategy & Innovation (E-learning)

Leadership Theme

Modules

Enabling a context within which people can exceed their mission is the central purpose of leadership. This module supports participants by helping them reflect on their behaviours and attributes as managers by responding to key questions like 'Where am I in my leadership journey?' 'How do I respond to evolving externalities and what changes will I need to make to transition from a follower to a leader?'.

This module will enhance and activate your transition from a follower to a leader.

HPWS is used to describe a management strategy whereby a set of complementary human resource management and work practices are implemented with the expectation that they will deliver improved organisational performance. In this module the theory and empirical evidence of HPWS is explored, analysed and critically evaluated.

Participants will acquire an understanding of the design principles underpinning the key elements of an HPWS. Additionally, participants will explore the impact of national and organisational culture in facilitating HPWS.

Addresses key issues focused on developing the participant as a manager-coach. Coaching as a profession has undergone rapid advancements over the last two decades. Inherently, coaching fundamentally revolves around boosting individual performance in changing contexts by leveraging individual talent and potential, knowledge advancement and capability enhancement.

This unit will help the participant learn, assess and apply coaching frameworks and the processes involved in their own organisational context enhancing the experiential learning activity for the participant.

Strategy Theme

Modules

Reacting to organisational environments that evolve continuously requires managers to work with constant change and uncertainty. One avenue of responding to the complexity of such environments is to adopt a scenario planning approach as part of strategy building.

Organisational strategy can be better constructed and executed by reflecting on multi-disciplinary input that result in new trends, driving forces and macro events. This module enables managers to assess externalities, develop, apply and evaluate scenarios to the organisation’s strategic context.

Building on techniques learned in the leadership theme, this module covers the design and implementation of strategy, both at the organisation and business unit levels. It also presents the tools and methodologies for industry and competition analysis as well as techniques to tap uncontested markets to deliver fast growth and superior profitability.

Emphasis is placed on the importance of execution-centred strategic planning and the management of business processes, as well as on change management and overcoming the challenges of strategy implementation.

When business, societal and environmental realities evolve, the strategic value creation, communication and dissemination process also undergoes change. This module critically assesses these new realities in the context of a virtualised and globalised business world and evaluates its impacts on markets and consumers.

The module will provide an analytical framework around which business problems can be tackled and strategic decisions made to better communicate and disseminate processes while enhancing strategic value.

Innovation Theme

Modules

This module addresses key challenges faced by executives in managing business in a globalised world, and aims to equip students with practical knowledge and skills that will allow them to develop innovative strategies for cross-border market entry, production, marketing, human resource management, and other demanding tasks.

Businesses create value by supplying products/services that meet customer demand. Using a series of articles, videos and cases, this unit introduces advanced techniques to: analyse the building blocks of value creation across organisations; design a strategic business model, leveraging the power of various stakeholders through the principles of co-creation; mainstream innovation across the organisation while managing risk, and improve decision-making to drive organisational performance.

This module addresses key issues around business and governance from a multi-stakeholder perspective, and aims to equip students with knowledge and skills that will allow them to develop innovative ‘shared-value’ and responsible business solutions.

This module is grounded on the 3 key streams of the School of Business and Governance: business, politics/governance and sustainability.

International Immersion

The focus of this module will draw upon three themes of Leadership, Strategy and Innovation and choice of international location to be determined by the participating cohort.

Our collaborating universities are in Berlin, Singapore, Dubai or Perth.

Capstone Consulting Project

This self-directed module under academic supervision provides both the opportunity and the experience for you to apply the knowledge gained throughout the programme in resolving a 'live case'.

Possible module exemptions for candidates who hold relevant Postgraduate qualifications.