Columbia Business School Executive Education

Globalization: Strategies for Your Enterprise

Columbia Business School Executive Education
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Presented by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz and world-renowned economist Bruce Greenwald, this seven-week program provides new perspectives on how globalization affects our governments, our businesses, and our societies.

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What you'll learn on the course

Trade
Management
Executive
Global
Financial
Global Business
Financial Training
Management Economics
Business
Globalization
Executive
Management Economics
Global
History of Globalization
Labor Markets

Course programme

"Experience two of the world's most recognized economists. Participants in this program will emerge with a deeper understanding of the nature of globalization and alternative views on it, with new perspectives on how globalization affects our governments, our businesses, and our societies. In the program, participants will: Understand the history of globalization and the factors underlying the rise of globalization in developing countries Learn how to evaluate the impacts and effects of globalization Learn the role of governments and businesses in mitigating the forces of globalization Understand the importance of thinking and acting locally when considering expansion Assess the global economic landscape by industry sector in the short- and long-term Learn how to apply strategic analysis to understand market structures and competitive advantage in a global environment Evaluate the effectiveness of regulatory and trade policies Examine structural and macro issues, the effect of globalization on labor markets, and global issues associated with the environment Understand the role of globalization in trade, labor markets, and intellectual property rights Differentiate finance from other economic sectors, and learn how globalization is tied to financial markets, global reserves, and international financial reform Learn to better predict future effects of global imbalances Apply knowledge of the impacts of globalization to case studies and real-world scenarios Learn from world-class experts and engage with expert facilitators *Earn one day of credit toward the Certificate in Business Excellence upon completion of the program. Program Structure Globalization: Strategies for Your Enterprise combines general concepts with concrete methodologies and perspectives, enabling you to gain an in-depth foundation to understand the alternative perspectives presented. Professors Stiglitz and Greenwald create a practical, thought-provoking, comprehensive program that helps you understand globalization and its effects so that you can apply what you learn to virtually any business or public policy situation. This program consists of 14 modules, listed below, over seven weeks, with two modules per week. Each week contains, on average, approximately two hours of material as well as a discussion board to exchange ideas and takeaways with fellow participants. Module 1: Introduction: Globalization and the Rise of Developing Countries Module 2: History of Globalization Module 3: The Business Perspective: Market Structure, Competitive Advantage, and Globalization Module 4: Productivity Growth, Outsourcing, Economic Performance, and Labor Markets Module 5: Policy, Structural, and Macro Issues Module 6: Effect of Globalization on Labor Markets Module 7: The Global Environment Module 8: Trade, Inequality and Labor Markets Module 9: Inequality and Labor Markets Module 10: Intellectual Property Rights and Globalization Module 11: Introduction to Financial Markets, the Global Financial System, and Globalization Module 12: Global Macro-Stability and the Current Crisis Module 13: The Euro Crisis Module 14: Globalization, Markets & Changing Economic Landscape Each module is divided into several manageable parts that combine pre-recorded video lectures and interviews as well as supplemental slides and case studies. Cases are designed to illustrate the methodologies and concepts, with an emphasis on being able to apply them directly to real-world business situations. During this program, you will have access to the following: Over 16 hours of video content, including: 6 case studies led by Bruce Greenwald, which all echo themes from his well-known classes on Value Investing and the Economics of Strategic Behavior The professors, both lecturing individually and side-by-side, commenting on each other's ideas and perspectives Sessions of the professors responding extemporaneously to a variety of student questions in informal Q&A One-on-one interviews with each professor that highlight key takeaways from the lectures and cases (exclusive to this Executive Education program!) Closed-captioning during all primary videos The capacity to pause, rewind, and replay these lectures. The material is dense in areas, and as many professors and alumni can attest, being able to review one lecture a few times really instills the material in a way live viewing can't. Watch the lessons that are most relevant to you at your own pace and as many times as you like A weekly discussion board to communicate thoughts and ideas with a diverse group of peers in the online class, moderated by a fellow alumni facilitator, who was the teaching assistant for the live version of this Executive MBA class Select class slides to help facilitate viewing and take-aways to provide extra back-up data for the lectures and diagrams that highlight Professor Greenwald's strategy teachings"

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