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The MBA masterclass series brings a range of current and emerging business-focused topics to you more quickly than a traditional trimester unit, with the intensive study format providing an additional way of fitting your studies around your work and lifestyle commitments. You’ll also benefit from the diverse experience and unique perspective each student brings to the classroom.
The masterclasses are designed for MBA students, counting as credit points towards the course, but the masterclass content is highly valuable to all interested in furthering their career in the business world. Whether it's communication skills, project management or managing change in a workplace, there's a masterclass available that will help you develop your career and stand out on your CV.
The masterclass format is succinct and informative. Each masterclass runs between 12 and 20 hours of facilitated delivery. Two masterclasses can be stacked together, which is equivalent to one elective unit. You can find information on each masterclass topic, agenda and assessment criteria on the masterclass registration page, with additional details provided following registration.
Note that FEE-HELP is not available for masterclasses and full payment is required upfront. For further information, please read our frequently asked questions (PDF, 132KB).
You must attend all sessions listed for any masterclass you are attending.
Being board savvy
Become confident in a boardroom setting utilising our work-ready tools and templates. Designed for managers and executives, you'll gain a practical understanding of working with a board and/or becoming a non-executive director on a board.
Progressive, real-world learning. Online.
Digital is in our DNA, with 40 years of experience in distance and online learning. Invest in your skills by studying one of our industry-led online short courses, and secure your place in the future of work alongside our dynamic community of 60,000+ online learners.
Do you want to confidently manage benefits in your organisation? In this masterclass, you'll gain an understanding of the principles, framework and practices required to effectively manage benefits from inception to realisation.
Beyond Compliance: Governance, risk and performance
Gain a clearer understanding of crowd wisdom/collective intelligence and how this impacts our view of an organisation and hence its governance.
Managing your message
Improve your ability to confidently deliver a well-constructed and persuasive presentation, successfully articulating your key messages in line with your corporate strategy and your company's brand identity.
Gain an understanding of the framework needed to introduce agile methodologies and a structure for facilitating organisational change.
Gain an understanding of how design thinking can be applied across organisations to drive performance and outcomes.
Learn to understand change issues and select appropriate tools for managing and contributing to change.
Gain an understanding of key project management concepts, tools and methods that you can apply in your own organisation
Work and Wellbeing – leadership essentials for fostering thriving teams and organisations
Learn how to identify, analyse and mitigate physical, psychological, social and environmental risks for your teams and organisation.
Digital Transformation Leadership – leading people through major digital projects
Learn the skills needed to lead teams, or a whole organisation, through a major digital initiative.
Get in touch
We're ready to help you make an informed choice. Our friendly future student advisers are available to speak to you one-on-one about your study options, support services and how we can help you further your career.
Email the MBA Masterclass team
+61 3 9244 6103
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