Behavioural Science for Organisations and Innovation

How employee wellbeing can support a productive work environment 

Are you looking to develop a cooperative, creative and collaborative culture in your organisation? Effective collaboration and positive organisational culture can have a huge impact on well-being, innovation and incentivising team members. 

In this Postgraduate Award, you will gain the tools and skills to design jobs and workplaces that promote well-being and productivity. You will be introduced to a range of perspectives on behavioural science that can be used to improve the effectiveness of organisations and how individuals work within organisations. Examining the importance of wellbeing for collaboration and productivity, and the role that companies or organisations have in fostering wellbeing within their workforce. You will also learn ways to encourage creativity and innovation within your workforce, and how to actively incentivise collaboration.

  • Start Date 26th November 2024
  • Duration 4 days
  • Location London - The Shard
  • Format Part-time
  • Fees £4,410 *

* See fees and funding for fees breakdown.

Duration

This Postgraduate Award will run across four days of face-to-face teaching at our London base in The Shard, with a six week window to complete your assignments.

Structure 

  • Day one: Led by Redzo Mujcic. You will explore the behavioural science of wellbeing within modern organisations and societies. You'll develop an understanding of how you can measure success with human wellbeing, and create more productive and successful work places
  • Day two: Led by Redzo Mujcic. You will discover how to improve employee wellbeing as well as design consumer products and services
  • Day three: Dive into the world of creativity. You will explore what it means to be creative and develop techniques such as reframing problems, generating ideas, and evaluating and revising potential solutions
  • Day four: You will consider the hidden rules of appropriate behaviour that arise in your own lives and organisations, and how they can impact your responses and behaviour. You will develop skills to improve your own communciation as an individual, as well as skills to foster collaboration and communication in your teams

To consolidate your learning, you will complete a reflective essay and a case study. The assignments will provide you with an opportunity to apply your learning to real-life situations, allowing you to take back tangible knowledge that could support your organisation. 

What will you learn?

  • You will explore the latest theory and insights around collaborative behaviour, entrepreneurial behaviour and wellbeing in organisations from experts
  • You will develop skills and techniques that you can apply within your organisation to improve employee happiness, productivity and business performance
     

Benefits to you and your business 

  • Applied learning - Each Postgraduate Award provides knowledge, tools and strategies to take straight back to the workplace. Assignments directly link what is learnt in the classroom to your organisation
  • Flexible on time - This Postgraduate Award will run across four days of face-to-face teaching at our London base in The Shard, with a six week window to complete your assignments
  • Flexible on finance - You can pay for each Postgraduate Award individually, allowing you to build up to higher awards gradually, when budget allows

Which other PGAs should you consider?

Explore the PGAs that would work well with Behavioural Science for Organisations and Innovation:

If you’re interested in studying one of our subject-specific Diplomas, this Postgraduate Award is a module on our Executive Diploma in Behavioural Science.

 

Qualifications Available
Postgraduate Award (PGA)
Postgraduate Award (PGA)

Through a short concentrated period of study you will rapidly delve into a subject area and develop projects to apply directly to your organisation.