Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship
This course provides you with the tools and skills to grow your business internationally, develop an entrepreneurial mindset and draw on expertise both inside and outside of your organisation.
WHY GLOBAL STRATEGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
We help you critically assess your organisation and environment before making important business decisions. Which international strategy is most suitable for you? How to become entrepreneurial in a global context? How to develop innovative organisations? And, how can you finance entrepreneurial activities?
In today’s economy, most businesses face global challenges either through direct global activities or through international suppliers, customers or partners. This course provides a rich overview of the strategic challenges facing global entrepreneurial organisations, including the tools available to assess the situation and make sound business decisions.
In this course we mix digital content with four three-day in-class modules, as well as a study trip to China. The focus of our study trip is rapid innovation and entrepreneurial activities in China. The in-class sessions are highly interactive with discussions, a focus on practical applications, and a dialogue with corporations and international new ventures.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS COURSE INCLUDE:
- Business decisions in an international context
- Entrepreneurship in a global context
- Organizing international activities
- Building global competitiveness
- Knowledge-transfer across borders
- Creating value from corporate innovation
- How to use open innovation
This master programme is 30 credits. The programme is taught over the course of one year and consists of five modules. The modules are three days each. The fourth module takes place in China. The remaining modules are taught at BI's facilities.
Who should attend
This programme is suited for business professionals or future entrepreneurs who are focused on developing global entrepreneurial organisations, as well as those interested in developing entrepreneurial organisational cultures in established corporations.