Social Innovation and Business Planning with the Queen’s Belfast MBA

Looking for an MBA with a strong focus on sustainable development? Join this webinar to learn more about Queen’s Belfast MBA and how its Social Innovation module will help you become an ethically aware and successful global leader.

Past event

Start date: 26.01.2022

clock 15:00 Europe/Paris - GMT +01:00

About the event:

Today’s rapidly changing and increasingly interdependent world, characterized by complex social problems, economic uncertainty and globalization, requires leaders with creative and collaborative solutions.

The MBA at Queen’s University Belfast nurtures such leaders by helping its students understand and develop their capacity to design and manage sustainable business models.

Social Innovation and Business Planning is one of its core modules, which explores through applied case studies how organizations can achieve long term success by creating social and economic value for stakeholders/shareholders and wider society.

In this webinar with Stephen Armstrong, MBA Administrator and Dr. Bernadette Best, Lecturer in Social Innovation and Business Planning, you will learn:

- What does Social Innovation and Business Planning got to do with you and your business?
- What will you learn in this module as a part of the Queen’s Belfast MBA and how will you be involved in the learning process?
- What are the key lessons learned from previous International study tours?

You will also hear feedback about the Queen’s Belfast MBA by some of its alumni and have the opportunity to ask questions about the module and the overall MBA program.

About the Queen's MBA:

The Queen’s MBA is an AMBA accredited intensive career development program, which has been designed in consultation with leading organizations both local and global and encompassing the public, private and non-profit sectors. It focuses on entrepreneurship, business analytics and business ethics and has a distinctly international focus. Queen's University Belfast is the UK's ninth oldest university and forms part of the elite Russell Group - the UK's Ivy League.

About the schools:


Queen's University Belfast: Queen's Management School

Founded in 1845 as Queen's College Belfast, we became an independent university in 1908. Since then, our world-leading researchers, pioneering students and inspirational alumni have been making a difference to society in Belfast and across the world. At Queen’s we offer a world-class education that prepares our students for leadership and citizenship in a global society. Our inspiring alumni comprises outstanding scholars, Nobel Prize winners and influential leaders who are making an impact in Northern Ireland and across the globe. Queen's Management School has been awarded the prestigious and internationally recognised EQUIS accreditation, a world-renowned benchmark of excellence for management and business schools, by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). We are now one of just 197 business and management schools worldwide to have been awarded EQUIS accreditation to date, putting us in the top 1% in the world.

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