Development managers, in public and private sectors and non-governmental organisations need to understand the complex institutional landscapes they work in.
They also need to work with others to use, adapt or create new institutions which can promote development. This in turn means building effective relationships between the many organisations involved.
The Institutional Development programme is offered by The Open University serves to enhance such capabilities. It brings together theory and practice and provides you with opportunities for interactive learning with participants from across the world.
Support from your tutor
You will have a tutor who will be responsible for monitoring your progress, marking and commenting on your written work and whom you can contact for advice and guidance. Your tutor will moderate an online forum for your tutor group and will also guide you through the Negotiation and brokering activity. There will be a programme of online tutorials and face-to-face tutorials in London. You will also have the opportunity to participate in a separate online forum for all students on this module.
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