Executive MBA US

  • The first half of this course introduces accrual accounting concepts including revenue recognition, matching, and asset and liability valuation. Topics covered include the recognition and measurement of accounting events, the preparation and analysis of financial statements (balance sheet, income statement and statement of cash flows), the use of international financial statements, and an introduction to intercorporate investments.

  • This course will offer an overview of market realities in China and tactics for successful competitive positioning and competition. Students will examine a variety of businesses and industries in two Chinese cities to better understand these realities. Students will also participate in a variety of cultural and networking activities to build understanding and relationships to support future activities in this region.

  • This course focuses on the unique issues related to marketing strategy implementation. It examines how the international market environment affects the design and implementation of a successful marketing strategy in global markets. The course is designed to provide the participants with an enhanced concept of the following: the international dimensions of marketing; conceptual frameworks to analyze the environmental uniqueness of each market with emphasis on the cultural, economic and political elements; and, the development and deployment of relevant marketing metrics.

  • This course is designed to introduce the basic concepts of marketing management. The key focus is on identifying the marketing problems and decisions faced by organizations and to illustrate the application of marketing concepts to managerial decision making. Key concepts such as segmentation, target marketing and positioning are addressed. Tools for linking marketing strategy,

  • This course provides practical insights into those factors, both external and internal, which impact leadership effectiveness. Topics covered include characteristics, charge and competencies of leaders, the achievements of exemplary leaders, leading across cultures, leading through challenges, and the relationship between leaders and followers.

  • This course provides a simulation experience that draws on multiple functional areas, theories, and skills including, strategy, finance, cross-cultural communication and negotiation, business communications, and team building and leadership. You will be given information about an industry and information about two companies from that industry. One of the companies (the acquirer) is considering an acquisition of the other company (the target). You will be assigned to either a target or acquirer team to undertake the simulation exercise.

  • This course is an integrative course that covers advanced strategy and finance. The course draws on multiple functional areas, theories, and skills. Our objective is to provide you with a rigorous and practical course that provides a deep understanding and familiarity with several key management areas. In strategy, we will discuss joint ventures, partnering, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic alliances.

  • This Global Strategy course will offer a broad-brush picture of the inherent tensions that global organizations encounter in formulating and implementing strategy such as localization versus standardization, and centralization versus decentralization. The treatment of issues transcends the typical multi-domestic or international framework to address concerns of a transnational nature. The emphasis is on practically relevant tools of global strategic analysis and conceptual frameworks designed to improve understanding of strategy making in the global context.

  • This course explores the strategic management of the firm. Readings, cases, group projects and discussions are used to present the analytical tools and techniques that support strategy formulation, and the related managerial skills and decision processes that foster strategy implementation in the global business environment.

  • This course explores the mix of organizational practices and people that can be the basis of sustainable competitive advantage in the contemporary global business environment. Topics covered include cross-cultural issues in managing people; traditional and emerging models of organizations; organizational culture; leadership; employee skills and motivation; reward systems; and change management.