Over the years I have created a number of programmes with The Open University working with academic advisors from the Business School. Each of these programmes looked at fundamental business and management structures of large scale organisations such as NHS hospitals and dementia care homes. Any business, no matter how large can be made to work well; good management is good management – whether you are running a corner shop or a large hospital.
Business men and women can make a real difference to their organisation’s strategy through implementing learning from Business School qualifications from day one of studying. Having the support of highly accredited qualifications under their belt, gives employees the confidence and knowledge to voice solutions and strategies that reflect today's business practices.
To find out more about my involvement with the OU see 'Can Gerry Robinson Fix The NHS?' on open.net.
The Open University, together with international partners, offers its MBA and many other programmes across the globe.