Australian National University (ANU) is offering free online course on Evidence-Based Global Management. In 6 week course, applicants will identify and evaluate the best international business strategies using evidence-based management.
The knowledge and skills developed in this course are particularly valuable for emerging global leaders, established managers of multi-national corporations, and entrepreneurs with an eye to import export. The course will star on September 18, 2017.
Course At A Glance
Length: 6 weeks
Effort: 8-10 hours pw
Subject: Business & Management
Institution: Australian National University (ANU) and edx
Certificate Available: Yes, Add a Verified Certificate for $149
Session: Course Starts on September 18, 2017
The Australian National University (ANU) is a celebrated place of intensive research, education and policy engagement. Our research has always been central to everything we do, shaping a holistic learning experience that goes beyond the classroom, giving students access to researchers who are among the best in their fields and to opportunities for development around Australia and the world.
About This Course
Evidence-based global management explores how traditional management theory and concepts apply in the global context.
The world around us has never felt so small. Modern telecommunications and affordable long distance travel have exposed people to different cultures, and created unprecedented opportunities for globally-minded organizations. However, the risks of globalization are enormous, and costly mistakes and failure are more common than success.
Why Take This Course?
This global business course will critically review existing and new evidence in the areas of culture, market selection, partnering, and strategy to ensure that aspiring managers are provided with the knowledge and skills to be successful in a global market.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
- Recognise the challenges of managing dynamic and complex organisations in a global context.
- Consider how external environments impact on organisations.
- Recognise the social and ethical implications of management decisions in both domestic and international contexts.
- Reflect on the emerging evidence about changing nature of management, institutions, and markets.
Andrew is a senior lecturer in international business and Deputy Direct of Education in the Research School of Management at the Australian National University.
Students are required to have completed EBM01x. This course is a graduate level course that assumes an undergraduate degree level understanding in a non-cognate area.
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