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Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management

Curriculum

Businesses today operate in an international environment, with global markets, suppliers, alliances, and partnerships. The basic principles of management are universal, but they are often interpreted and applied differently around the world.

This program focuses on the strategic challenges faced by businesses operating in a Pan-Asian or global context. It combines the fundamentals of general management theory and practice from the United States with an Asian-Pacific perspective. The program is held in Singapore.

Program Highlights

Leadership and Change

  • Cultural intelligence and global leadership
  • Managing global teams
  • Strategy and execution

Strategy, Social Responsibility, and the Business Environment

  • Regulatory challenges
  • Strategic negotiations
  • Organizational design and behavior

Organizational Architecture and Culture

  • Organizational identity and authenticity
  • Strategic marketing and services

Value-Based Market Strategies

  • New product market and brand extension
  • Market entry and channel strategy
  • Service design and operations
  • Brand management

Building a Global Brand

  • Decommoditizing through branding
  • Internal brand alignment
  • Operations and supply chain integration

Constructing a Productive Team

  • Supply chain management and strategy

Cash Flow, Valuation, and Investment Decisions

  • Earnings quality management
  • International project analysis and valuation in Asia
  • Finance and valuation