This fast paced, double bill masterclass will blend theory and practice in a unique networking session. This is an opportunity for you to understand how thought leaders are actively shaping 21st century thinking on the future of strategy, leadership, and innovation.
The sessions are free, but to register and reserve a place please contact Regina Haughey, course administrator. Light refreshments will be served.
What you will gain:
An overview of how management gurus are reframing thinking on every aspect of leading an organisation from strategy to innovation.
Meet with academics and practitioners with experience of applying action research to reframe personal and organisational approaches to strategy, leadership and innovation.
Opportunity for those who sign up for the MSc Executive Leadership programme on the day, to avail of discount rate or recommend someone who signs up.
Alan teaches and lectures on strategy and future thinking at Ulster University. He has developed and runs executive master classes and boardroom briefings for directors and senior executives and provides advice to companies wishing to refine their strategic thinking. Recent activity in this area includes companies in the IT, banking, insurance and construction sectors. He is a regular speaker at conferences, most recently he was a keynote contributor at the Alpbach Technology Forum in Austria where his presentation was The Future of Work 2050.
Chris Wilson Production Director - New World Developments
Chris was appointed Production Director at New World Developments in Ballymena in November 2016 with responsibility for driving forward the manufacture of the Apeer range of composite doors and the award winning Lumi window system. Chris is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, holding Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees. He has a proven track record of manufacturing management in various blue chip organisations such as Bombrdier, Schlumberger, Schrader and Wrightbus.
Belfast Campus Location
The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter.