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Economics and Administration

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Course in E-Logistic and Supply-Chain-Management

National University, School of Business and Management
Online Part time September 2017 USA La Jolla

The course offers a thorough introduction to private and public E-Marketplaces, demand chain structures and Supply Chain Management, procurement and fulfillment. [+]

The course offers a thorough introduction to private and public E-Marketplaces, demand chain structures and Supply Chain Management, procurement and fulfillment. Student will explore the associated digital infrastructure from an E-Business perspective. A special focus will be on current industry applications in this field. The course will offer processes and strategies for evaluation, design and implementation of those highly complex applications.

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International Risk Management

National University, School of Business and Management
Campus or Online Part time September 2017 USA La Jolla

This course presents theories of risk management in international business and situations that will allow students to apply these concepts and integrate them with their own experiences and those of classmates. [+]

This course presents theories of risk management in international business and situations that will allow students to apply these concepts and integrate them with their own experiences and those of classmates. In developing alternative potential action plans, the student is encouraged to analyze a wide range of risk related situations and to evaluate short-term and long-term ramifications of decisions in risk management. [-]

Human Resources for Strategic Advantage

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week September 2017 USA Stanford

Participants learn how to strategically utilize human resource levers - such as culture, compensation, and performance management - to build competitive advantage and drive success. [+]

In a business environment where the only constant is change, all firms face a profound challenge: How do you leverage your human capital to gain competitive advantage? This program examines the strategic impact of human resources and delivers dynamic frameworks that enable your organization to quickly adapt to changing conditions and seize new opportunities as they emerge.

Content Overview

Managers today must be effective at simultaneously monitoring current performance, managing incremental innovation, and leading more revolutionary or discontinuous change efforts. The Human Resources for Strategic Advantage program explores how to manage this delicate balancing act by emphasizing methods to align HR strategy with the overall business strategy.... [-]


Financial Management Program

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time January 2016 USA Stanford

program delves beneath the surface into the most complex levels of finance by examining topics such as valuation, capital structure, forecasting, risk management, and governance. [+]

In the arena of global corporate finance, the rules of the game are constantly changing, requiring today’s financial managers to explore the latest ideas and concepts, gain new perspectives on traditional business practices, and obtain hands-on experience with the most current tools to help their organizations gain an advantage. This program delves beneath the surface into the most complex levels of finance by examining topics such as valuation, capital structure, forecasting, risk management, and governance. You will walk away with powerful insights and frameworks that you can apply immediately to achieve your business objectives.Content Overview ( Based on the 2007 program)The Financial Management Program supplements discussion of corporate finance principles with sessions on timely trends, including corporate governance, stock options, international interest rate risk, and global financial management. In addition to strategic insights, the program presents participants with valuation modeling tools to practice with peer study groups and to implement within their organizations. The diverse faculty team enables participants to network with academic leaders in a wide range of financial areas, such as dividend policy, derivatives, valuation and recapitalization, portfolio management, risk management, and mergers and acquisitions.Takeaways:- New approaches to traditional applications of corporate finance, including the exploration of a wide variety of recent financial topics and trends - Practical, hands-on tools enabling participants to put their learning into practice immediately upon returning to their organizations - Variety of perspectives — from both faculty and participants — combined with engaging, multi-view dialogue and diversity of thought that surround modern issues ... [-]


Finance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week April 2017 USA Stanford

The course covers the core concepts of both finance and accounting, including terminology and assumptions, valuation, financial statements, and distinguishing income from cash flow. [+]

Income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, ratio, variable, EVA, LIFO, FIFO — for many executives, the terms of accounting and finance seem like a foreign language. What do these terms mean and how do they relate to your role in your organization? How do your decisions affect your organization’s profitability? Most important, how can you utilize these concepts to become a greater asset to your company? Content OverviewFinance and Accounting for the Nonfinancial Executive has been carefully crafted by leading faculty to eliminate the mystery behind the numbers and to help executives become informed and strategic users of accounting and financial data. The course covers the core concepts of both finance and accounting, including terminology and assumptions, valuation, financial statements, and distinguishing income from cash flow. The curriculum examines specific accounting methods and demonstrates how these choices affect earnings. Participants learn how to analyze financial reports, identify trends, and study competitors. Key takeaways :- Frameworks and tools for understanding the concepts, terms, and techniques of accounting and finance - Broad overview of the emerging global marketplace and the role your company plays within it - Insight from leading faculty and financial and accounting experts who can translate complex theory into practical, understandable terms ... [-]