Course in General Management in North America

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General Management

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

General management is a focus on fundamental business practices. These include finance, human resource management, managerial accounting and macroeconomics.  General management incorporates skills in strategic management and organizational behavior so that managers can learn best practices that may be applied across industries.

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.

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Management For Attorneys

ADEN Business School
Online Part time February 2019 Argentina Mendoza Panama Panama City Colombia Bogotá Medellin Guatemala Guatemala City Ecuador Quito Costa Rica San José El Salvador San Salvador San Miguel De Tucuman Honduras San Pedro Sula Tegucigalpa Bolivia Santa Cruz Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Paraguay Asuncion Nicaragua Managua Chile Santiago Peru Lima Mexico Mexico City Buenos Aires Cali Spain Barcelona Madrid San Juan Resistencia Neuquén + 38 more

Management for Lawyers provides management tools for integral and differential growth attorney. [+]

Management for Lawyers provides management tools for integral and differential growth attorney.

GOALS Provide training for the lawyer to intervene on the boards of companies with knowledge of language, concepts that can interpret financial statements and financial to review and evaluate strategic issues. Know how to develop its own strategic and marketing plan as a tool for professional growth and business advice. Improve the negotiating and mediating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their own environment. Know and apply basic techniques to understand the accounting function as part of the information system of the company in the process of making strategic decisions. Knowing how to read the basic financial statements, notes, schedules and the audit report. properly interpret the financial, economic and financial information derived from the Financial Statements through knowledge and sufficient management and analysis tools. Design a professional corporate governance oriented economic results in order to monitor the performance of the strategies through a dynamic tracking of business. recipients ... [-]

Columbia Essentials of Management

Columbia Business School
Campus Part time 13 days April 2019 USA New York Japan Tokyo United Arab Emirates Dubai Switzerland St.Gallen + 6 more

Designed for high-potential managers who wish to accelerate their development as an executive and a leader, offers key concepts, frameworks and tools essential to career success. [+]

Columbia Essentials of Management, designed for high-potential managers who wish to accelerate their development as an executive and a leader, offers key concepts, frameworks and tools essential to career success-including strategy, leadership, finance and marketing.Another important focus of the program is the development of your personal self-awareness.

You will be provided with sophisticated assessment and feedback tools to identify and address opportunities for improving your leadership communication as well as individual and organizational performance.

You will stretch your abilities to maximum potential through simulations, case discussions, workshop activities and exercises that apply ideas to actual business challenges.Who should attend? Mid-level executives who seek to further their leadership development and enhance their business acumen.... [-]


Executive Development Program - The Transition to General Management

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 11 days September 2018 USA Chicago Philadelphia United Kingdom London Spain Madrid Singapore + 7 more

The Executive Development Program is designed to prepare successful functional level executives for general management responsibilities. [+]

The Executive Development Program is designed to prepare successful functional level executives for general management responsibilities. This intensive two-week program is taught by an outstanding group of professors from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. The program's core faculty members have extensive experience and expertise in global business and teaching executives.

The program's participants are an international group of experienced managers. The general age range of the group is 35 to 55 years old. They come from large publicly-held companies, private corporations, and smaller organizations. The class participants represent a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, services, finance, transportation, healthcare, not-for-profit, and government.... [-]


Developing the Manager in You - Hong Kong

Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Campus Part time 3 days June 2018 China USA Ann Arbor India Bangalore United Arab Emirates Dubai Thailand Bangkok Singapore + 9 more

As a participant, you will learn a universal managerial skill set that will enhance your ability to achieve business results, regardless of your nationality, culture, or industry. [+]

Overview This popular three-day program focuses on the changes you will encounter in your transition from individual contributor to manager. As a participant, you will learn a universal managerial skill set that will enhance your ability to achieve business results, regardless of your nationality, culture, or industry. The program focuses on current managerial techniques, with a special emphasis on working with people as the key to managerial success. You will take several self-assessments to identify your managerial strengths and weaknesses. You will also learn and practice a set of managerial skills designed to enhance your effectiveness and career success. Finally, you will develop a personalized action plan for improving your managerial effectiveness. ... [-]


Executive Development Program: The Transition to General Management

Columbia Business School
Campus Part time 13 days April 2019 USA New York Japan Tokyo United Arab Emirates Dubai Switzerland St.Gallen + 6 more

The Executive Development Program shortens the learning curve for new general managers by developing the skills needed to achieve excellence as a cross-functional executive. [+]

The Executive Development Program shortens the learning curve for new general managers by developing the skills needed to achieve excellence as a cross-functional executive.

During this program you will discuss the job of the General Manager, how GMs get work done, the different functions of business that report to the GM and business strategy. Most importantly, you will practice the skills of a GM- such as questioning, listening, integrating, and communicating. You will have the opportunity to experiment with new approaches and to discuss your own professional challenges with your colleagues and faculty facilitators.

Our program demonstrates how to maximize people and resources, develop a broader understanding of integration across functions, and make accurate projections to enhance your organization's effectiveness and profitability.... [-]