Going Global – Growing Global
This course is cancelled
THIS PROGRAMME IS CANCELLED. PLEASE SEE OUR SUMMER PROGRAMMES FOR ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMMES.
Global leadership competence is a precondition for international and global business success, but all corporations and all global leaders do not need global leadership skill in the same way and to the same extent.
Differentiation is the key. But who needs what and why - and how is individual ability connected to organisational competence and strategy execution?
This course explores various dimensions of global leadership with the aim of enabling participants to track their individual and organisational globality profile.
This course invites participants to engage in a balanced, evidence-based knowledge exchange on the practical consequences of globality for individual management/leadership as well as organizational governance and enablement.
10 central dilemmas of global management are presented and discussed as point of departure for practical exercise among others: So f*cking special: ‘Global’ leadership vs. ‘local/domestic’ management”, Global dexterity: Cultural intelligence vs. global mindset and Boundary spanning leadership: Borders vs. boundaries.
Please download detailed description of this course in pdf at the top of this page.
You will among other things from this course gain the ability to critically evaluate the ways in which globality affects business and the appropriate mixing ratios of local and global in different roles and contexts.
You will also learn about frameworks and tools to help you create the best solutions for your organisation or unit; e.g. the ‘globality GPS’ and ‘The strategic global mindset capability model’.
You will learn about ‘glocalisation’ as a new the black of global leadership – and the practical implications and get a better understanding of boundary spanning leadership in a global context.
Finally, you will experience a better understanding of the role of (national) cultural differences compared to other forms of diversity involved in global work.
Executives and (middle) managers of international and global corporations and organisations as well as others performing global work or enabling it (e.g. leadership development professionals such as consultants or HR). We invite participants from companies of all countries of origin, size, maturity and degree of internationalisation/globalisation to provide a diversity of experiences and points of view. We encourage you to bring a colleague – this is helpful for transferring course knowledge into everyday practice.
Week 24, 2017
Monday June 12 from 9.00 - 17.00
Tuesday June 13 from 9.00 - 17.00
Wednesday June 14 from 9.00 - 17.00