Eileen Arney’s new book Learning for Organizational Development: How to design, deliver and evaluate effective L & D provides an introduction for practitioners to organization development and to designing and delivering effective people development in modern organizations.
On 1st March, tougher penalties for hand-held phone use whilst driving came into force. Those who are caught now face a £200 fine and 6 points on their licence.
The Centre for Policing Research and Learning are delighted to be hosting the 2018 SEBP conference in Milton Keynes.
The Open University Business Network is here share our insights into leadership and management to help your business flourish – that is why we have set up the Business Network with its quarterly Breakfast Briefings.
This free online course, Introduction to cyber security: stay safe online, will help you to understand online security and start to protect your digital life, whether at home or work.
The Open University invites applications for full - and part-time studentships in our suite of pathways within The Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership.
The link below is to the Grand Union advert for PhD studentships on jobs.ac.uk.
Please find attached further details relating to the registration process for the Postgraduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Practice.
The Open University Policing Consortium are pleased to announce the opportunity to apply for one of 2 part -ime PhD Studentships. Applications close at midday on 17 March 2017.
Please see the attached document for further details.
We are very pleased to let you know that the free to study anytime OpenLearn course An Introduction to public leadership is now live at the following link: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/
Have you seen and met the police officers around the campus? No, it’s not an undercover investigation of any nefarious activities of academics. We have five police officers and staff who are or have been on secondment to the Centre for Policing Research and Learning as Senior Practitioner Fell