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Managing yourself & others: 4th – 5th May 2020 - online course

What to expect

Assessing ones personality
Motivating employees
Managing teams effectively
Making effective decisions

Top speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe
Prof. Dr. Véronique Tran, ESCP Europe

Short course description
In today’s business environments, employees from different cultures are cooperating virtually and physically to reach common goals. This course provides you with all necessary tools to manage your teams effectively and to motivate your employees for greater success.

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HR Development: 11th – 13th May 2020 - online course

What to expect

Attracting employees
Selecting employees
Developing employees
Performance managing employees
Rewarding employees

Top speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe

Short course description
Your employees are the key to success. Get familiar with the tools for developing the knowledge, skills and abilities of your employees in order to increase your performance. Boost your human capital, and get all instruments to attract and select new team members.

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Strategic Leadership: 18th – 20th May 2020 - online course

What to expect

Leading strategically
Personal leadership styles
Strategy stories and goal setting
Leading teams

Top speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe
Prof. Dr. Amanda Shantz, Trinity College Dublin

Short course description
Learn how to lead your team to act towards achieving a common goal. In this course, you will get familiar with different leadership styles, and how to inspire employees. Additionaly, in a personal 360° feedback session, you will learn more about your leadership abilities.

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Strategic Management 1+2: 25th – 26th May and 28th - 29th May 2020 - online course

What to expect

Strategic Management 1
Introduction to the concept of strategy
The tools of strategic analysis, market based and resource based
The nature and sources of competitive advantages
Performance indicators
Resource and capability analysis, simulation, game theory

Strategic Management 2
Achieving a competitive advantage in different industry contexts
Competitive advantes in a moving environment
Corporate strategy aspects and designing strategy
Core capabilities and sustainability (in technology based industries)
Commercializing innovation

Top speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Peter McNamara, Business School, National University of Ireland Maynooth

Short course description
These courses highlights the importance of corporate strategies and provides you with a toolbox for a successful and sustainable strategy implementation in a competitive environment.

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Basics of Accounting: 2nd – 3rd June 2020 - online course

What to expect

Introduction to Financial Accounting
Understanding and Creating Financial Statements
Relevance of Financial Statements in Managerial Decision-Making
Managerial Accounting, CVP Analysis and Cost Assignment
Common Pitfalls in Cost-Based Decision-Making
Beyond Cost-Plus: Value-Based Pricing of Products and Services

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Michael Burkert, University of Fribourg, Subject Area Coordinator

Short course description
The focus of the course is to provide participants with an introduction to accounting basics. It highlights the role of financial and managerial accounting for effective decision-making and control. It also addresses some common pitfalls when making important decisions and ways to overcome them.

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Foundations of Finance: 4th – 5th June 2020 - online course

What to expect
Financial Markets and Digitalization
Valuation of Stocks and Bonds
Asset Management and Robo Advising
Cost of Capital
Capital Budgeting

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami (USA), Subject Area Coordinator

Short course description
This course covers the fundamental building blocks of financial decision-making. It focuses on financial markets and how they are shaped by digitalization. Afterwards it deals with strategic issues typically faced by managers, such as determining the cost of capital, capital budgeting, and valuation.

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Selected Legal Issues

Current Topics in Finance: 9th – 10th June 2020 - online course

What to expect
Financial Planning
Issuing Debt and Equity
Corporate Valuation (including Valuation of Tech Companies)
Capital Structure
Multinational Financial Management

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami (USA), Subject Area Coordinator

Short course description
This course covers relevant and current financial topics from a corporate perspective. A mix of case studies, class discussions and topical lectures will provide participants with a solid understanding of how companies deal on a managerial level with financial issues in a complex business environment.

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Competition Competitiveness

Fintech & Risk Management: 16th – 17th June 2020 - online course

What to expect
Fintech Overview
Crowdfunding and Crowdlending
Payment Systems
Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
Risk Managements

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Alfred Mettler, University of Miami (USA), Subject Area Coordinator


Short course description
This course introduces participants to Fintech, the emerging world of applications, concepts, developments, business models and companies at the interface of Finance and Technology. It covers the main Fintech areas, and it is based on case discussions and lectures. Additionally the course emphasizes the role of risk management in a modern corporate setting.

 

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Competition Competitiveness

Monte Carlo Simulation: 23rd - 24th June 2020 - online course

What to expect
Using Monte Carlo Simulations for enhanced:
Cost-based decision-making
Cost Control
Capital budgeting related decisions

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Michael Burkert, University of Fribourg, Subject Area Coordinator

Short course description
This course introduces participants to a powerful tool that enables decision-makers to address uncertainty explicitly overcoming the weaknesses of the more traditional scenario analysis approach.

 

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Project Management

Mangement Control Systems: 25th – 26th June 2020 - online course

What to expect
Planning, budgeting, and variance analysis
Financial performance and value creation
Performance measurement systems
Target setting and relative performance evaluation

Top speaker in this course
Prof. Dr. Martin Messner, University of Innsbruck

Short course description
The aim of this course is to provide participants with a hands-on understanding of the design and use of common management control systems. This includes discussion of the planning and budgeting process, financial and non-financial performance measurement, and questions of target setting and performance evaluation. Participants learn about the usefulness of management control systems, but also about potential challenges and pitfalls.

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Business Ethics: 29th – 30th June 2020

What to expect

The role of business in society
Ethical and unethical decision making
Managing organisational integrity
Managing organisational ethics
Corporate social responsibility
Gobal business and global societies
The transformation of society

Top speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Guido Palazzo, University of Lausanne, HEC

Short course description
The course deals with ethical challenges corporations are facing: In their societal context, they are expected to manage the social and environmental side-effects of their supply chains and internally, they are confronted with the risk of illegal and immoral behavior of their employees and leaders.

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