Anna Heikkinen from the Faculty of Management gave a lecture on sustainability for the Leadership for Change students. The students wrote short talking point memos in response to the lecture. How do they see the role of sustainability in bringing about change?
We had a chat with Antti Lönnqvist, Dean of the Faculty of Management. Antti has a long history dealing with knowledge management. Besides his thoughts considering the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change, he also shared tips about leisure time in Tampere and nearby.
What is the role of interdisciplinarity in solving complex problems? Professor Pami Aalto from the Faculty of Management, University of Tampere, gave a lecture on interdisciplinary research for the students of the Master’s Degree Program in Leadership for Change. We are publishing some of the students reflective memos of the lecture.
On Friday 8 September 2017, Dr Antti Lönnqvist, Dean of the Faculty of Management, gave a lecture entitled “Knowledge, leadership and management” at the University of Tampere. Dr Lönnqvist’s lecture was the first key concept lecture in the introductory course of the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change (LFC). We are publishing 11 short memoranda written by the LFC students on the basis of the lecture.
The Leadership for Change orientation session was organized on Tuesday August 29th. The LFC students, staff and the students’ organizations got to know each other and the atmosphere was inspiring and positive! Read the full story.
We had a chat with International Coordinator Terhi Nieminen. Terhi is often the first contact person for students who are applying to the Master’s Degree Programme in Leadership for Change.
It’s time to get ready for the new academic year.
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Dealing with Change in Complex Societies
Leadership for Change programme is a unique combination of Administrative Sciences, Business Studies and Politics. The programme enables developing the kind of knowledge and expertise that is needed to explain and understand complex phenomena, become a visionary leader, and to change the world.
The three specialisations of the programme give students an excellent opportunity to focus on their area of interest while gaining a broader understanding of the central topics of the programme. Students from all specialisations take part in joint courses focusing on cross-disciplinary perspectives on leadership in complex societal processes.
The School of Management at University of Tampere seeks novel ways to lead, govern and study across boundaries. The combination of the three adjacent fields is internationally rare and one of its kind in Finland.