19 June 2020
Change Management: An International Perspective
To successfully managing change processes remains one of the key challenges for international managers and Multinational Enterprises (MNEs). These challenges often transpire due to the intensified global competitive environment and the rapidly changing external environment for MNEs, for example in areas such as an MNE’s talent management, international human resource management, expatriation, digitalisation, intercultural encounters and cross-border operations.
The course aims to introduce participants to key theories, concepts and practical applications in Change Management research, and to subsequently, enhance the ability of participants to perform successful change management processes in MNEs and other organisations that are operating on the global stage – and in particularly to excel in future roles as global managers in culturally diverse contexts.
The course focuses on solving carefully selected case studies to achieve the above, through which participants investigate different national, sociocultural and industry contexts in addition to micro, macro and meso levels.
David S. A. Guttormsen, visiting professor from BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
undergraduate-master's degree students
The intended learning outcomes are that on completion of this course the participants should be able to:
1. Critically analyse and operationalise key change management theories and concepts into effective change management practices in international and intercultural settings.
2. Critically assess cross-cultural issues in MNEs and appreciate the imperative influence on achieving successful change management processes.
3. Develop and provide recommendations in order to operate effectively as a global manager in various cultural contexts.
EUR 50: 50 euros admin fees, non refundable for all participants
no tuition fees for students nominated by partner universities
EUR 500: 500 euros minimum price for free mover