Dynamics of Globalization
Duration: An Intensive Two-Day Program for Senior Executives
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)
Dates: Jun 05-06, 2013
There is little question that, in most industries, competition is increasingly global. Furthermore, for those firms that have competed internationally primarily on the basis of cost, China and India have become increasingly important—and their emergence is changing the entire global system.
Dynamics of Globalization will explore how various countries and firms are successfully meeting these challenges. Faculty and participants will trace the implications of increasing global competition on the economy, politics and emerging markets. Examples that represent various regions and types of organizations—multinational and local firms from both developing nations and industrialized countries—will be presented throughout the program. Participants will also learn what to look for in analyzing country business environments and in exploring comparative advantage.
Sessions will include national and global markets, international economics, emerging markets, and comparative advantage. With a focus on how the dynamics of globalization is affecting emerging markets, politics, and the world economy, this program will prepare you to:
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of two growth models: China and India
- Understand India and China’s approach to reform and development
- Employ frameworks to compare changes in business and regulatory environment
- Compare and contrast the developmental trajectories of indigenous firms
- Analyze the effects of politics and the economy on countries and firms
The Learning Experience
The program will include interactive teaching sessions with some of the world's leading authorities in the field, simulations, wide-ranging and challenging discussions, buzz groups, small group work, and class discussions to help you apply the concepts, tools, and frameworks presented.
Who Should Attend
Dynamics of Globalization is designed for managers who are involved with developing corporate, business, or functional strategies at their organizations. Participants will be fast-track professionals in key management positions who will play a strategic role in the running of their organizations.