DCU Executive MBA Speaker Series: Talent Management
The DCU Executive MBA programme exposes participants to top-performing experienced professionals from international and national business who share their insights on such themes as strategy, leadership, digital technology, entrepreneurship and innovation.
On Thursday 14th April 2016 we had our final MBA Executive Speaker Series for the academic year. Rob O’Toole, Head of HR Shared Services for the Irish Civil Service joined us to share his experiences of Talent Management across the public and private sectors.
The DCU Executive MBA is a two-year part-time programme that is widely recognised as the degree of choice for rising executives with ambitions to be Senior Managers/CEOs, whatever their specialist backgrounds.
DCU is Ireland’s University of Enterprise, which influences and drives our industry engagement strategy and MBA programme design. Our MBA participants learn from academic experts with a high level of industry relevant experience and translational research. This ensures graduates have the most up-to-date knowledge of theory and practice.
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