Digitization and globalization drive the dynamics in all fields of business.
Constant changes pose complex challenges for managers and executives. You will learn about company organization and just what allows companies and businesses to learn and change.
You focus on topics such as
- Organizational learning
- Organizational skills
- Leadership roles to shape human resources and corporate management
- Individual (leadership) skills
- Teamwork and working effectively as part of a team
General information about the program is available here:
Competence Area ofStudy Plan
You develop strategic thinking, related concepts, and a fundamental understanding of management processes in order to further develop and advance an organization. You acquire expertise on the aspects that influence the behaviors of individuals, groups, and organizations. You will also learn how to design knowledge on these levels yourself.
The approach includes expertise in human resource management, designing human resource systems, and practical approaches to support human resource and business development.
You also hone your leadership skills and learn about leadership development.
The Master's thesis may only be written in your selected Area of Competence. You can find additional information here if you choose to write your Master's Thesis in the Competence Area of Digital Transformation: Leadership, Human Resource Management and Change:
Your Career Prospects
The fundamental education in management, focus on digitalization, and in-depth expertise in the Competence Area of Digital Transformation: Leadership, HRM and Change prepare you well for many areas in industry and business and make you an interesting job candidate:
- Executive Managerment (General Management):
Managers, including those starting a company, are key decision-makers within an organization. As a leader, you play a central role developing an organization - as well as from within an organization - by (1) creating organizational structures and processes to develop organizational core competencies, (2) designing group processes to support team development and, (3) strengthening individual skills by interpreting your leadership role.
- Consulting and Coaching:
As a consultant or a coach, you work directly on change and development, either by changing strategies, structures or cultures within organizations (consultants) or by developing groups and individuals (coaches).
- Head of the Human Resources:
As an operational area, HR departments create the framework for managers to be able to perform their duties and responsibilities. By working in an HR department, you make information and methods available to improve employee-management interaction and achieve business objectives. As head of HR, you also understand what it means to be a key partner for company management by supporting the company's development by designing corresponding HR systems and architectures.