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Galilee International Management Institute

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Nov 12—19, 2019
8 days
Nahalal, Israel
USD 1150
USD 143 per day
Nov 17—24, 2020
8 days
Nahalal, Israel
USD 1150
USD 143 per day

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About the course

How can a small country transform into a global centre for innovative entrepreneurship? Israel, also known as the Start-Up Nation, is the place to be for studying the emergence of new technologies and ground-breaking ideas currently shaping the global economy.

This 8 day training programme at Galilee Institute is designed for Deans of Business Schools; Executive MBA Students and Researchers, wanting to fortify the future of entrepreneurship in their countries. The programme takes development in Israel as a case study and includes lectures and study visits to innovative businesses and start-ups. The participants have the chance to meet with Israeli experts and experience the unique culture of innovation first-hand.

Curriculum

National Context and Government Programmes

  • The Importance of Science in National Development
  • Israel as a Start-Up Nation
  • Culture of Innovation: the Relationship between National Culture, Creativity and Innovation
  • Funds for Working Capital, Investments and Businesses in Distress

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Entrepreneurship Process
  • Business Strategy
  • Project Management
  • Branding StrategyInternational Marketing: Management and Strategic
  • Marketing Innovative Technologies and Products
  • E-MarketingThe Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship Process: Workshop
  • Economic Evaluation and Risk Management

Who should attend

  • Deans of Schools (especially Business Schools)
  • Executive MBA Students
  • Lecturers and Researchers (with relevant academic backgrounds)

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