Teaching at Cranfield is classroom based, interactive and designed to nurture your managers’ practical business skills and confidence. Our teaching methods include a diverse range of stimulating learning experiences, with a huge emphasis placed on real-world challenges.
Teamwork is central to our approach to personal development and your managers’ learning experience. We believe there is no better preparation for senior management than working in a team on a wide variety of subjects - all under time pressure.
Teams at Cranfield are collaborative, dynamic and exciting. Your staff will learn from others, challenge preconceptions, develop trust, build knowledge and extend their limits. Learning in teams will sometimes be challenging, however, the greatest learning often comes from people outside your organisation, who question your staff and the way they work.
We will develop skills to a new level of competence and nurture practical business skills, developing your staff personally and professionally in an environment that will bring out the best in them. Exploring in a safe classroom environment with others from a wide range of sectors will inform their decision-making and problem-solving.
Our programmes include:
- interactive lectures
- participative exercises
- readings on articles and case studies
- sessions hosted by leading industry speakers
- International Business Experience (MBA and Executive MBA)
- Supply Chain Business Games (Executive Logistics and Supply Chain Management )
- International Study Tour (Executive Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
Encouraging the exchange of ideas and opinions between people of different ages, cultures, nationalities and backgrounds is fundamental to the Cranfield learning experience. This sharing of knowledge and insights within groups enhances understanding of how cultural factors influence successful management, across borders and international business operations.
|"The course has given me a wide range of perspectives, tools and techniques – helping me to successfully deal with a variety of performance management issues and challenges."
Sarah Warner, Executive MSc in Managing Organisational Performance
General Manager, Cardiology and Paediatrics Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust