MBA + Emerging Markets
La Specializzazione (Concentration) in Emerging Markets è una dei possibili percorsi per i partecipanti all'MBA in International Business di MIB School of Management e si sviluppa nel periodo febbraio-marzo dei 12 mesi dell'MBA con 4 corsi (da 2 a 4 giornate), per un totale di 8 crediti formativi ECTS (European Credit Transfer System).
Come il resto del programma MBA, i
corsi della concentration in Emerging Markets si svolgono in
lingua inglese, con una faculty internazionale e con
partecipanti che possono anche provenire da altri prodotti
formativi della Scuola, come l'Executive MBA.
Corsi della Minor Concentration in Emerging
Tre giornate | 13 - 15 Marzo
Docente: Yusaf Akbar, Central European University, Budapest - Ungheria
This course focuses on
the challenges and opportunities associated with organizational
management and business strategy in emerging markets. The course
begins with an examination of the social, political, economic,
cultural, and financial conditions that pose special challenges
for businesses seeking to export to or invest in these regions
Then the course examines specific organizational strategies firms pursue to overcome these obstacles and exploit opportunities in emerging nations.
There is also a focus on cross-functional strategies
that integrate management, marketing, financial, and operational approaches, and discuss how both large multinationals and smaller, entrepreneurial firms can benefit from a better understanding of the dynamics of emerging markets.
Tre giornate |
09 - 11 maggio
Docente: Stefano Pilotto, MIB Trieste School of Management
The International Political Analysis course will offer to the participants the chance to analyze the today’s reality of the global market, by studying the economic and political characteristics of each continent, with reference to the social, cultural and historical backgrounds, to the international relations, the economic trends, the international trade, the employment and unemployment trends, the strategic and military geopolitical issues.
The course aims to increase the familiarity of the participants with worldwide macroeconomic and political problems, in relation to the business context and to the role that the managers will play in an internationally oriented company, and to transfer the necessary knowledge and tools to strengthen in each participant the capacity to analyze the International Business Environment with criticism and competence.
Each participant will be able to evaluate the risk connected with international markets, the delicate balance between public administrations and private sector, the different threats surrounding foreign direct investments and venture capitals, the cultural aspects connected with the today’s global scenario.
Due giornate | 03 -
04 Maggio 2018
Docente: Tim Baxter, MIB Trieste School of Management
Intercultural Management looks at the three stages necessary to work successfully in diverse contexts. We begin with cultural awareness – culture as an 'invisible glue’ that binds group behaviour. Next we move to cultural sensitivity ‐ understanding when and how different cultural approaches clash and impact on relationships and situations.
Finally, we look at a number of key cultural models that allow us to create tools to manage difference and leverage synergy. The course includes elements of team dynamics, conflict management and communication techniques. The objective is to move towards an approach that sees difference as a essential element to be explored, understood and utilized.
This 'global mindset’ is not designed to create an in depth knowledge of any single culture as in cross–cultural communication, but rather a general attitude towards diversity and change.
A variety of simulations and exercises will be used to allow participants to move quickly from theory to controlled practice and align themselves with the needs of the specific context.