Free Webinar on 27th May 2020 to find out more information
We will be running a free informational webinar on Wednesday 27th May at 11am with an extended Q&A session. This webinar will discuss the future skills requirements for Global Business Services and introduce the new 2 year MSc in Global Business Services. You will heard from Padraic O’Neill, VP Finance in Pfizer about their experience to date on upskilling and reskilling their staff. You will also get a chance to speak with representatives from TU Dublin and the Hackett Institute. Don’t miss out, book your place now.
This New MSc in Global Business Services is a 2 year part-time programme delivered by TU Dublin (City Campus). It is aimed at senior managers, centre managers with team lead responsibilities or those preparing for such a role. It is grounded in expert knowledge and will provide in-depth training on the key activities and skills required to run single or multi-functional teams within a Global Business Services environment. The success of Global Business Services or Shared Service organisations depends in large part on the knowledge, skills and capabilities of their staff. With the emergence of multifunctional Global Business Services organisations in a knowledge-centric ecosystem, learning and development is imperative to create and motivate high-performing professionals and teams. This programme is a national intervention to establish an accredited professional development pathway to support this important industry.
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at senior managers, centre managers with team lead responsibilities or those preparing for such a role. It is grounded in expert knowledge and will provide in-depth training on the key activities and skills required to run single or multi-functional teams within a Global Business Services environment.
What are the Entry Requirements?
Candidates who have already completed studies up to honours degree level (Level 8) are eligible to enter for the course. For those who do not meet this entry criterion a non-standard entry pathway is available and details are available on request. Applicants must submit their CV for eligibility assessment.
What do you get?
Graduates of this programme will be eligible for a Master of Science (MSc) award. This course is a Level 9 MSc course on the National Framework Qualifications (NFQ) with 90 ects.
How is it delivered?
The majority of module content will be delivered online with an additional 4 days face-to-face workshops at TU Dublin (City Campus). Given the current circumstances, it is envisaged that these workshops will be delivered online and we will return to blended learning when conditions permit.
What Will You Learn?
The course is structured into 12 modules and a Major Consultancy Project over two years:
The modules are as follows;
- GBS Strategy Alignment (Part 1)
- Placement and Process
- GBS Organisation and Governance
- Service and Transformation Management (Part 1)
- Strategic Operations
- Change and Team Management
- GBS Strategic Alignment (Part 2)
- Service Delivery Strategy
- Creativity and Innovation Management
- Contemporary Leadership
- Human and Organisational Issues
- Service and Transformation Management (Part 2)
- Major Consultancy Project
Candidates may be eligible for the part-funded fee of €2,500 per annum provided they are working in private or commercial semi-state organisations registered in the Republic of Ireland.
Please note the closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 28th August 2020.