Todays’ rapidly changing and increasingly interdependent world, characterised by complex social problems, economic uncertainty, and globalisation, requires leaders with creative and collaborative solutions.
The MBA at Queen’s University Belfast nurtures such leaders by helping its students understand, and develop their capacity to design and manage sustainable business models.
Social Innovation and Business Planning is one of its core modules, which explores through applied case studies how organisations can achieve long term success by creating social and economic value for stakeholders/shareholders, and wider society.
In this webinar with Stephen Armstrong, MBA Administrator and Dr. Bernadette Best, Lecturer in Social Innovation and Business Planning, you will learn:
- What does Social Innovation and Business Planning got to do with you and your business?
- What you will learn in this module as a part of the Queen’s Belfast MBA and how will you be involved in the learning process?
- What is The Silicon Valley experience and how you’ll benefit from it?
You will also hear feedback about the Queen’s Belfast MBA by some of its alumni, and have the opportunity to ask questions about the module and the overall MBA program.
More about the School and the MBA
Queen's University Belfast is the UK's ninth oldest university and forms part of the elite Russell Group - the UK's Ivy League.
The Queen’s MBA is an intensive career development program, which has been designed in consultation with leading organizations both local and global and encompassing the public, private and non-profit sectors. It puts an emphasis on entrepreneurship, business analytics and business ethics, and has a distinctly international focus.