10 March 2021 - 12 March 2021
Offered through AIM WA UWA Business School Executive Education, this three day program has been designed by Winthrop Professor Tim Mazzarol following extensive research into the needs of co-operative and mutual organisations.
The Program can be run in “bespoke” versions for co-operative and mutual enterprises (CMEs), including agricultural co-ops, to assist their boards and members to fully understand not only what a CME is and why it has a unique business model, but to examine how they can either build new co-ops that have the right foundations strategically rather than just compliant with legislation, or to innovate their existing business model. The emphasis is on applied strategic thinking and application of strategic management principles. The entire course has been developed from in-depth research at an international level, into the CME business model.
This course is assessed as Adept level and will require participants to have some knowledge and experience of the co-operative business model.
You can also contact Dr Steve Brown, Manager, AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education on 0413 802 702 or email [email protected] to discuss how the program could be customised for your CME.
Dates: 10-12 March 2021
Cost: Special BCCM rate of $2660 (inc GST) a saving of $200 from the standard cost ($2860)
Recommended for: For current or aspiring; board members, CEOs and their direct reports, and senior leaders who have, or will have, a strategic role in their business.