Advanced Management Program Week 1
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Overview Through group work, case studies, peer discussions, and coaching session, you will gain a 360° view of the business. You will return to your organization with a new perception of doing business.
Who is it for This program is designed for high-potential managers who want to sharpen their understanding of each business unit.
Day 1 & 2 Crafting and Implementing Strategy
The aim of this course is to develop strategic thinking skills, evaluation of strategic alternatives, prediction, and management of strategic change. Participants will learn concepts, theories and new approaches to strategic management. As well, develop the ability to apply strategic thinking when analyzing the dynamic and complex current business situation and the implementation of new key business concepts. The purpose of this course is to better understand the competitive forces in the world in which an organization operates, with special emphasis on maintaining a superior competitive position of companies.
Dr. Dino Dogan is the Dean of the Luxembourg School of Business. As CFO of Mobilkom Austria, he oversaw and implemented the merger with Telekom Austria to create Austria’s largest telecommunications operator – A1 Telekom Austria.
Day 3 to 5 Understanding Financial Statement
The purpose of the program is the creation of a critical amount of understanding of selected areas and topics from corporate finance by using real-life examples, in order to be able to reasonably assess historical and current financial results of a business, its ability to generate cash flow and adequate return to investors. The program is focused on enabling non-financial managers to better understand the drivers of their (or any) company’s economics. Finally, this is an opportunity to exchange mutual practical experiences, clarify frequently encountered financial terms and phrases often heard but never completely understood, and finally to learn tricks and tips not written in conventional academic literature.
Dr. Andrej Grubisic is a Professor of Finance at the Luxembourg School of Business. In 2010 he started a corporate finance firm: Grubisic & Partners Corporate Finance focusing on mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, valuations and due diligence.