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Open University launches business club
The Open University has announced it is to launch 'Complexity Management', a business club open to all organisations, whether in the public, private or not-for-profit sectors.
Dr Elizabeth McMillan from the University's Centre for Complexity and Change said: "The club will provide members with the latest management research and an opportunity to share best practice. It will also reinforce our close links with industry and open up a greater pool of research data."
The Club is a cross-faculty project involving staff in the OU Business School and in the Faculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology.
Dr Ysanne Carlisle from the OU Business School said: "Depending on the level of membership, members will have access to free research and consultancy days, management clinics, workshops and networking events."
The Open University says the Club will go live in June with free 'Taster' sessions offered in Milton Keynes on 1 April and London on 20 February. More dates are planned for May and June.
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