National Director of Music Generation, Rosaleen Molloy has been awarded a prestigious Fellowship to attend the Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management programme at the Harvard Business School (HBS) during July 2018.
The Fellowship has been awarded by the HBS Alumni Club of Ireland, following the success of previous awards rounds in 2016 and 2017.
Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management (SPNM) is Harvard Business School’s flagship Executive Education programme focusing on the non-profit sector. Part of the Harvard’s Social Enterprise Initiative, the SPNM course is designed for CEOs and Executive Directors of non-profit organisations and is held at the HBS Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Taught by a team of faculty members from HBS and other graduate schools within Harvard University, the SPNM programme features management cases and materials drawn from a wide variety of social enterprises. Participants have the opportunity to connect with non-profit leaders from a broad range of sectors and geographies.
The mission of the HBS is ‘to educate leaders who make a difference in the world’. HBS Executive Education is an immersive learning experience which empowers senior executives to reflect, recharge, and re-emerge as visionary leaders. As well as introducing candidates to a global network of influential figures in the area, the SPNM programme gives non-profit leaders the opportunity to take a step back from their daily work, examine their missions and consider their approaches.
The HBS Alumni Club of Ireland awards Fellowships with the hope that winning candidates will continue to engage with the Irish Harvard community over the longer term, to the benefit of both the candidate’s organisation and the Irish non-profit sector in general.