Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management

Stanford Graduate School of Business

Stanford Graduate School of Business

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Who should attend

  • General managers and other functional managers with 10 to 15 years of experience
  • Individuals from organizations of any size and in any industry that conduct business in the Pacific Rim

About the course

Explore international management, strategy, and leadership perspectives from both sides of the Pacific Rim with NUS Business School and Stanford GSB.

In the Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management, held annually in Singapore, participants explore general management concepts in all major functional areas while gathering the latest insights on management strategy from faculty members at the National University of Singapore and Stanford GSB.

In two weeks of highly intensive sessions, participants will augment their expertise with knowledge of global and Asian business. Participants will gain a thorough grounding in recent developments in business management, strategy, and leadership.

Key Benefits

Combine general management theory and practice from the U.S. with current insights from global and Asian business.

  • Gain tools to improve analytical and behavioral skills.
  • Understand the differences in Western and Eastern culture and management practices.
  • Develop a strong network of peers from different industries and countries.

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

Experts

Francis Flynn

Research Statement Professor Flynn’s research focuses on three topics of interest: (1) How employees can develop healthy patterns of cooperation; (2) How the negative impact of racial and gender stereotyping in the workplace can be mitigated; and (3) How people can emerge as leaders and assume po...

Glenn Carroll

Research Statement Glenn Carroll’s research addresses questions about organizations, strategic management, and industrial evolution. His most recent project studies socially constructed authenticity – how consumers and others value authenticity, how consumers search for authenticity in products a...

Yossi Feinberg

Yossi Feinberg received his PhD in Mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1997. His thesis studied how differing prior beliefs of decision makers can be expressed by their disagreement on current (posterior) events. After completing his dissertation under the supervision of Nobel ...

Seungjin Whang

Research Statement Professor Whang's research interest is in supply chain management and the economics of information systems. He studied how demand information may be distorted in a supply chain, and what impacts a secondary market (where retailers exchange excess inventories) has on a supply ch...

David De Cremer

KPMG Professor of Management Studies PhD (University of Southampton) Research interests Leadership effectiveness, trust building, maintenance and repair, organisational justice, executive pay and bonuses, behavioural economics and decision-making, behavioural ethics, creativity and innovation,...

Sea Jin Chang

Education Qualifications Ph.D. in Organization and Strategy, Organization and Strategy, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA, 1992 M.Sc. in Japanese Business Studies, Japanese Business Studies, Japan-American Institute of Management Science and Chaminade University, 1988 M.A. in Econo...

Prem Shamdasani

Dr Prem Shamdasani is Associate Professor of Marketing; Academic Director, NUS Executive MBA Program; Co-Director, Stanford-NUS International Management Program and the NUS Advanced Management and Strategic Marketing Management Programs at the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore...

Amir Goldberg

Research Statement Amir Goldberg’s research lies at the intersection of cultural sociology, data science and organization studies. He is interested in understanding how social meanings emerge and solidify through social interaction, and what role network structures play in this process. The co-di...

Danny Quah

Danny Quah is Dean and Li Ka Shing Professor in Economics at the School. His research interests include income inequality, economic growth, and international economic relations. Quah's current research takes an economic approach to world order - with focus on global power shift and the rise of ...

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