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Work Package 3


Work Package 3 - The design and development of a self-paced blended learning programme on ‘Why gender balance on key decision making committees makes good business sense’ 

This work package is led by Cranfield University and the University of Limerick

The ‘Best Practice Guide’ will inform the design and development of a self-paced blended learning programme involving a combination of on-line learning, classroom based activities, PowerPoint lecture material and a case study for undergraduate, postgraduate and post-experience students. The guide will clearly set out the business case as to why gender balance at key decision-making levels makes good business sense. The participating business schools will initially pilot the training programme developed.

The training programme will be tailored for use in leadership and management development training programmes following consultation/piloting with GEM participant organisations and Ibec.

The programme content will be available on-line and will include a PowerPoint Package and a case study.


Recommended Readings:

Blended Learning Elements:


Case Studies for use in GEM workshop


Instructor Manual


Powerpoint Presentation


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The overarching aim of GEM is to bring together decision makers and policy influencers to create a best guide for organisations on strategies to achieve gender balance in key decision-making roles.


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