- New 2019 course descriptors and updates are being uploaded incrementally throughout the year.
Management training courses are open to all professionals. CPD-Philanthropy encourages cross-sectoral learning as far as professionals themselves find useful. CPD-Philanthropy offers various 3.5 to 6 hour bespoke training course modules within the area of day to day Management and Professional Skills.
Course module descriptors state indicative aims, learning outcomes, content and relevance. Same will be adjusted to suit the particular context of the training intervention. Minimum numbers apply for bespoke training. Within the broader Management category we offer the following courses:
Managing Projects and Change (Click link for more information)
This short module introduces attendees to the principles behind effective project and change management practice. It considers drivers of change and introduces an array of responses to change. It is particularly relevant for those involved in managing and implementing change processes.
Managing for Creativity and Innovation (Click link for more information)
This short module introduces key-aspects pertaining sustainable creative management. It considers principles underpinning creativity, perception and development while highlighting avenues for organising innovation. It is particularly relevant for those wishing to enhance innovative and creative capabilities within organisations and at individual level.
Managing Operations (Click link for more information)
This short module introduces key-dimensions of operations management in determining efficiency and effectiveness. It considers operations management from strategic, business and functional perspectives. The module is particularly relevant from operations design, management and improvement perspectives.
Managing for Results (Project Cycle Management) (Click link for more information)
This short module introduces monitoring/controlling and evaluation within a project cycle management framework. It considers the interplay between monitoring and evaluation in terms of both content and consistency. It is particularly relevant from appraisal, qualitative and/or quantitative performance management perspectives.
Governance: Rules & Regulations (Click link for more information)
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