Excellency in Management

General

Program Description

A 9-month program designed as an interactive learning process that helps managers to successfully compete in the global business world. Participants get knowledge and insight into state of the art management techniques. They also learn how to recognize opportunities in the market place and how to capitalize on them ahead of competition. Ultimately, participants get the ability to turn their newly acquired knowledge into competitive advantage for their companies.

The course schedule allows participants to continue their professional life. The breaks in between class days afford them reflection and immediate application of the acquired knowledge within their own organizations. Due to case study discussions, exercises and simulations, participants learn by analogy to better face their own companies’ challenges.

Through constant work in study groups, they learn from the experience of peers, talented and accomplished managers in diverse companies and industries. This benefit enhances learning from first class academics and specialists.


TIME FRAME

Courses: January – July
Preparation of exam and final paper: August - November

The program is organized once a week, alternating Fridays with Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4.15 p.m.

TOPICS COVERED

  • Analysis and decision making based on financial statements
  • Financial forecast and diagnosis
  • Organizational behaviour
  • Marketing plan
  • Management of international affairs
  • Operations management
  • Supply chain management
  • Strategic management
  • Computer aided simulation regarding strategic management
Last updated Sep 2020

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About the School

Currently, ASEBUSS is a private, independent institution, authorized and accredited by the Ministry of Education and Research to organize postgraduate academic programs.

Currently, ASEBUSS is a private, independent institution, authorized and accredited by the Ministry of Education and Research to organize postgraduate academic programs. Read less