Today's successful business executives know how to design and implement a global strategy, manage a highly diverse organization, optimize finance in a complex and volatile economy, and build a strong leadership culture. Harvard Business School (HBS) now offers an Executive Education program that helps executives expand their range and skills. Taking a cross-functional approach to global business management, this program prepares you to respond quickly to a challenging economic environment, take advantage of emerging opportunities, and put in place processes, people, and systems around the world that will deliver optimal results.
Balancing strategic insight with proven management frameworks, the program examines competitive advantage, government and economic changes, global reach, and strategic agility from the perspective of successful business leaders. You will return to your organization ready to accurately assess a situation, skillfully tackle new challenges, and identify risks worth taking.
Through case studies, classroom discussions, and small group exercises, you will examine topics such as country selection, product adaptation, political risk, managing diverse country institutions, strategic cross-border arbitrage, multinational financial management, and global leadership.
Designed for senior decision makers with significant responsibility for global business management at established multinational firms, this leadership training program is appropriate for corporate global strategists, business unit managers, country managers, or executives preparing for these roles. Individuals and teams are encouraged to attend.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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