Mastering Strategic Corporate University Management
The G-ACUA Award of Mastering Strategic Corporate University Management is presented to those participants who successfully complete the programme.
This G-ACUA-accredited award is based upon a clear demonstration of applied management learning and a willingness to innovate solutions and leadership that will lead to important developmental executive actions. The scope and quality of the participants’ work in their work-based circumstances and conditions is central to the award evaluation process. This award demonstrates the use of adapted theoretical concepts, practical management innovations, mastery over dynamic learning processes and effective application to meet the particular demands of particular situations and their circumstances,
G-ACUA is an international management association providing recognition for achievement in real-time personal and organizational development. This award covers all industry and discipline sectors. A G-ACUA award provides public recognition that a manager has achieved world class standards in carrying-out front-line developmental responsibilities in new learning intensive management.
Details of the G-ACUA Accreditation criteria can be found here.
The Quality Assurance marking process for this G-ACUA Award of Mastering Corporate University Management is based upon 5 written dynamic learning work-based work packages.
A detailed description and comprehensive guidelines for the completion of each of the 5 work packages is provided at the beginning of the management learning programme, so that the programme participants can develop a good high achievement work plan going forward.
Each of the 5 work packages will be assessed individually by the G-ACUA Programme Marking Panel using executive management quality parameters. The work package markers, who will be responsible for the assessment and evaluation of the 5 programme work packages, will be appointed by G-ACUA and will be professional managers who have had extensive practical experience in business and industrial growth and real-time corporate university development activities.
Programme participants receive sequenced feedback on completion of each of their work packages to help in planning and delivering their next work package.
All work packages marks contribute to the final grade of G-ACUA Award.
Curriculum guidance and information on how to choose work-based work packages and link into study resources is detailed in a programme briefing that each participant receives at the beginning of the programme.