Date: Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Time: 8.30 am - 10.00 am
Place: Paris Campus
Until 30 April 2017: - 10%
Programme fee: € 25, 000
+ 33 1 49 23 27 56
Business organizations are increasingly under pressure to engineer complex changes to remain competitive in their markets.
Such changes may involve restructuring, mergers and/or acquisitions, internationalization, I.T. systems reengineering, new product or service development and launch, etc.
Project managers must be able to make quick decisions in highly complex situations, adapt to unfavourable conditions and anticipate risks. A successful project manager must be a high-level professional, mastering most, if not all, of the methods and techniques prevalent in the field of consulting. This includes a solid grasp of general management, dynamics of organisations, and project leadership.
All of these are the focus of the Executive Specialized Master in Business Consulting. It is designed especially for participants who aspire to become project managers in an international context, dealing with complex projects.
Dr Daniel Rouach is Associated Professor in the Strategy, Organizational. He is holder of a Ph.D. in Management (Lyon III University), an MBA in International Business Management (York University, Toronto), an MBA CESMA Marketing (EM Lyon Group) and a Master 1 in Economic Sciences (University of Social Sciences, Grenoble). Renowned international expert in the technology transfer, innovation and competitive intelligence fields, he is the founder of GTI Lab. He is also European Editor and Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization (IJTTC).
Patrice Stern is Emeritus Professor at ESCP Europe Paris campus. He teaches courses in psycho-sociology and the management of people, negotiating and consulting methods.He has taught at the Ecole des Mines, the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (E.N.A.) and at various Paris Chamber of Commerce schools. He currently lectures on a Management and Negotiation course on the Doctoral programme at the Ecole Polytechnique.