Governance, continuity and crisis management
Unit Code: LEO5106
Duration: 6 weeks
Contact Hours: 20-24 hours of study per week
Credit Points: 6
Responding to failures in corporate responsibility and an increasingly dynamic and uncertain environment, means that stakeholders require new standards for effective organisation governance.
With a focus on complex and dynamic settings, this unit integrates lessons from of a broad range of established governance practice and theory, with specific contemporary issues: e.g. financial and non-financial risk, crisis response planning, diverse and inclusive organisational practices, cybersecurity, crisis management, and social licence to operate.
The unit provides participants with an opportunity to deepen their learning and build a portfolio of successful projects.
- Demonstrate an advanced understanding and application of governance theory, methods, tools and frameworks
- Demonstrate the ability to recognise and evaluate technological advances and changes in the economic, political, social and environmental context to the contemporary practice of governance, business continuity and crisis management