How do you lead your organisation when today’s work environment is so competitive and complex? When you become responsible for leading an organisation, your most important leadership challenge will be enabling your organisation to deliver on its strategy while ensuring it remains sufficiently agile. This course will prepare you to tackle this challenge. You will examine what organisational culture is, the primary organisational structures, and what we mean by ‘systems’, before building on your foundational knowledge and taking a more strategic perspective. The structured learning activities that complement this course (video lectures, quizzes, discussion prompts and written assessments) will not only prepare you to take your organisation forward in a more strategic direction, but to make better decisions along the way.
This course is part of the Leading: Human Resource Management and Leadership Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Define the key organisational capabilities required for a firm’s positioning strategy as the anchoring point for leading an organisation
Assess the degree of alignment between key capabilities and organisational architecture (culture, structure, people practices, systems)
Identify the organisational misalignment issues that a leader should prioritize and focus their change plan on
Develop and present concrete, suitable, and feasible organisational change recommendations that can resolve organisational misalignment issues
Skills you will gain
- Value Chain
- Organisational leadership
- Organisational alignment
- Change planning
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Organisational control systems
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN: KNOW YOUR ORGANISATION
Every staff must take this course. The earlier you take in your career life, the better for your progression. It also has applications to entrepreneurial development.
Great course for refreshing your knowledge and skills if you're a seasoned OD practitioner and a fabulous introduction if you're new to the field.
I feel that coursera is very good for self-study, especially when online learning is becoming more popular to every one. Many thanks!
very informative and interesting course. Although I have been working for 9 years in HRM, lots of new information found here and learned things, which will help me for better execution.
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