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Introduction

Every organisation is affected by globalisation. It is emerging as the most powerful force influencing 21st century business, and all managers and leaders need to be aware of the ways in which globalisation affects their business in the 21st century.

Globalisation opens new market opportunities.  This requires us to look much more widely in our assessment of business potential.  At the same time our markets become more open to international competition.  In addition to this trend of radical change, globalisation can affect every dimension of a business, not just buying and selling.  This means that all organisations have to acquire a much broader set of skills and capabilities if they are to survive and prosper.

This intensive training course provides a basis for experienced managers to prepare themselves for greater responsibilities that require an appreciation of the direction of change in global business. It addresses the challenges of operating in a multinational and cross-cultural context and making decisions that take into account the new opportunities that are offered by the increasingly open structure of world markets.

 This training course will feature:
  • How and why the structure of the world economy is changing
  • How an organisation develops the capability to become global
  • Embedding globalisation within a robust business strategy
  • Management and leadership challenges in a multi-cultural environment
  • How to develop ourselves as future global managers and leaders

Objectives

At the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand how and why the world economy is changing
  • Clarify the changing role of international financial institutions in globalisation
  • Demonstrate the specific management challenges in a global structure
  • Identify the key factors for success in building a global organisation
  • Lead their teams in contributing effectively to the process of globalisation

Training Methodology

The training course will be based on leading edge teaching/learning approaches to ensure maximum learning and discussion of the subjects that are presented. The main objective will be to create a very participative approach and delegates will be encouraged to offer ideas and questions that relate directly to their own specialisms.

This will involve the following activities:
  • Course leader’s presentation of the principles of the subject
  • Subject-specific presentations
  • Case experience and case studies
  • Group work and group discussions on sharply focused issues

Above all, the course leader will refer extensively to real-life examples of global economic and business development projects in which he has been personally involved.

Who Should Attend?

This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Strategic and operational planners
  • Financial managers/controllers
  • Organisational development specialists
  • Human resource managers
  • Business process designers and analysts

This training course does not require specialist knowledge of economics, though delegates will need to have a lively interest in international business relationships.

Seminar Outline

DAY 1

The Nature of Globalisation

  • The changing structure of the world economy
  • The changing role of the international financial institutions
  • What does globalisation mean?
  • Why do organisations develop globally?
  • How do organisations develop globally?
  • How can individuals prepare themselves for globalisation?
  • Case study or case example 1

DAY 2

Strategic Management in Global Organisations

  • Strategic planning – from national to global
  • A planning framework for a globalising organisation
  • Risk analysis and risk management in global development
  • Case study or case example 2
  • International financial markets and trends
  • Understanding and managing value migration
  • Case study or case example 3

DAY 3

Operational Management in Global Organisations

  • Coordinating and controlling a global business
  • Managing the first stages of globalisation
  • Case study or case example 4
  • Managing the final stages of globalisation
  • Taking a global organisation forward for the longer term
  • Case study or case example 5

DAY 4

Structural Design and Management in a Global Organisation

  • The relevance of organisational agility and alignment
  • Human resource development in a global operation
  • Communications - the key to effective global performance
  • Collaboration and alliances - the emerging organisational form
  • Effective management of dispersed operations
  • Case study or case example 6

DAY 5

The Future of Global Business

  • The world in 2030 - economic shift and location of activity
  • What do we learn from the 2008-2015 financial crisis?
  • How organisational dynamics will mature and change
  • “The past is no guide to the future” - group discussion
  • Strategy, structure and management during radical change
  • Summary and overview of the whole seminar

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The Challenge of Globalisation
Opportunity and Threat in World Markets


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MG179 09 - 13 Jul 2018 London - United Kingdom $5,500

Introduction

Every organisation is affected by globalisation. It is emerging as the most powerful force influencing 21st century business, and all managers and leaders need to be aware of the ways in which globalisation affects their business in the 21st century.

Globalisation opens new market opportunities.  This requires us to look much more widely in our assessment of business potential.  At the same time our markets become more open to international competition.  In addition to this trend of radical change, globalisation can affect every dimension of a business, not just buying and selling.  This means that all organisations have to acquire a much broader set of skills and capabilities if they are to survive and prosper.

This intensive training course provides a basis for experienced managers to prepare themselves for greater responsibilities that require an appreciation of the direction of change in global business. It addresses the challenges of operating in a multinational and cross-cultural context and making decisions that take into account the new opportunities that are offered by the increasingly open structure of world markets.

 This training course will feature:
  • How and why the structure of the world economy is changing
  • How an organisation develops the capability to become global
  • Embedding globalisation within a robust business strategy
  • Management and leadership challenges in a multi-cultural environment
  • How to develop ourselves as future global managers and leaders

Objectives

At the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand how and why the world economy is changing
  • Clarify the changing role of international financial institutions in globalisation
  • Demonstrate the specific management challenges in a global structure
  • Identify the key factors for success in building a global organisation
  • Lead their teams in contributing effectively to the process of globalisation

Training Methodology

The training course will be based on leading edge teaching/learning approaches to ensure maximum learning and discussion of the subjects that are presented. The main objective will be to create a very participative approach and delegates will be encouraged to offer ideas and questions that relate directly to their own specialisms.

This will involve the following activities:
  • Course leader’s presentation of the principles of the subject
  • Subject-specific presentations
  • Case experience and case studies
  • Group work and group discussions on sharply focused issues

Above all, the course leader will refer extensively to real-life examples of global economic and business development projects in which he has been personally involved.

Who Should Attend?

This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Strategic and operational planners
  • Financial managers/controllers
  • Organisational development specialists
  • Human resource managers
  • Business process designers and analysts

This training course does not require specialist knowledge of economics, though delegates will need to have a lively interest in international business relationships.

SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

The Nature of Globalisation

  • The changing structure of the world economy
  • The changing role of the international financial institutions
  • What does globalisation mean?
  • Why do organisations develop globally?
  • How do organisations develop globally?
  • How can individuals prepare themselves for globalisation?
  • Case study or case example 1

DAY 2

Strategic Management in Global Organisations

  • Strategic planning – from national to global
  • A planning framework for a globalising organisation
  • Risk analysis and risk management in global development
  • Case study or case example 2
  • International financial markets and trends
  • Understanding and managing value migration
  • Case study or case example 3

DAY 3

Operational Management in Global Organisations

  • Coordinating and controlling a global business
  • Managing the first stages of globalisation
  • Case study or case example 4
  • Managing the final stages of globalisation
  • Taking a global organisation forward for the longer term
  • Case study or case example 5

DAY 4

Structural Design and Management in a Global Organisation

  • The relevance of organisational agility and alignment
  • Human resource development in a global operation
  • Communications - the key to effective global performance
  • Collaboration and alliances - the emerging organisational form
  • Effective management of dispersed operations
  • Case study or case example 6

DAY 5

The Future of Global Business

  • The world in 2030 - economic shift and location of activity
  • What do we learn from the 2008-2015 financial crisis?
  • How organisational dynamics will mature and change
  • “The past is no guide to the future” - group discussion
  • Strategy, structure and management during radical change
  • Summary and overview of the whole seminar

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