The current global economy presents unprecedented opportunities to companies that can implement sustainable strategies for building market share, expanding operations internationally, and gaining competitive advantage. Offered jointly with Guanghua School of Management, Peking University (GSM), this Executive Education program provides the frameworks for aligning your organization to successfully design and implement winning strategies.
Providing a strong foundation for creating and delivering successful strategies, this program explores effective ways to align strategy and execution in order to achieve sustainable competitive advantage. Through faculty presentations, group exercises, and timely case studies, half drawn from Chinese companies such as Alibaba and Haier, and half from around the world, you will gain a deeper understanding of the strategic obstacles companies face when they attempt to expand market share within one country or grow to become international players.
Taught in a Chinese-English bilingual format, this intensive program builds your strategic intelligence by drawing on experiences of companies around the world. Learning from the experience of business leaders from a wide range of industries, you will examine why some strategies succeed while others fail—and why a strong strategic foundation can help your company expand.
This leadership training program is designed for senior executives and general managers, including presidents and chief executive officers, who are responsible for developing and implementing sustainable strategies in their organizations. It is particularly well suited for executives at large established companies focused on international expansion and at multinational or global firms seeking to enhance their strategy.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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