Future of Work

Future of Work

Faced with new technologies like AI, automation, robotics and the Internet of Things, workers could be forgiven for thinking that one day all roles will be taken over by robots... How can we empower employees to take advantage of these changes, and strive for new ways of working, rather than fearing the future?

There is also increasing pressure on leaders to put sustainability and wellbeing at the heart of their strategies, to ensure the longevity of the planet and a healthy, happy workforce. Explore the courses that can help you tackle these challenges head on.

Find the right programme for you
Leading an Agile and Resilient Organisation

Starting 9 April 2024

Building an agile and resilient organisation enables you to overcome obstacles, by designing systems and processes that allow you to move quickly. In this module, you will explore why agility in organisations is essential for success in an increasingly complex, volatile and uncertain world. 

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Behavioural Science in the Real World

Starting 17 May 2024

This part-time, online course, will provide you with the necessary skills, concepts, and tools for tackling the key sustainability challenges that you and your organisation is facing.

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The Warwick Executive Diploma in Strategy & Innovation

Discover how to develop strategic approaches to company direction and harness entrepreneurial frameworks in practice with our Executive Diploma in Strategy & Innovation. Study all of our Strategy & Innovation modules to achieve your Executive Diploma. 

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The Warwick Executive Diploma in Strategic Leadership & Change

Do you want to develop your understanding of leadership and gain tools to become an effective leader? In an ever-changing world that presents new challenges, it is essential for leaders to be prepared and forward-thinking. Study all of the Strategic Leadership & Change modules to achieve your Executive Diploma. 

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The Warwick Executive Diploma in Behavioural Science

Discover the most effective ways to implement behavioural insights in the real world by exploring behavioural science insights into consumer and market behaviour, leadership and negotiation, effective team management and organisational culture. Study all of our Postgraduate Awards in Behavioural Science to gain your Executive Diploma.

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If the Warwick Leadership Pathways route isn't for you, we also have a selection of alternative Open Programmes that could help you...

Leading Business Growth

Are you a leader who has the drive and ambition to take your business to the next level? Through this 7-month part-time executive development course at our Warwick University campus, we will focus on your personal impact as a leader, exploring how you can adapt and evolve your leadership to meet the challenges your business faces.

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We have a depth of expertise and experience working with global organisations, to develop tailored executive learning solutions that deliver real business impact.

With our custom partnerships we can create bespoke support for your business using our existing programmes to configure specifically for your organisation, or co-design an entirely customised solution for your unique development objectives.

We will closely collaborate with you to co-create and deliver a programme that:

  • Supports your organisational objectives with lasting impact
  • Focuses on delivering identifiable value by taking your workforce to the next level
  • Embeds different thinking and new ways of working that aligns with your organisation’s culture, values and objectives.

Explore how our custom partnerships could benefit you and your business.

If there is a course or theme in our portfolio that you think could work for your team, and you'd like to discuss how to tailor it more to your company's needs, contact the team at execed@wbs.ac.uk and we will arrange a consultation call to discuss.

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