Manager EMBA/GMP/Open Programmes
Phone: +49 (0) 30 / 3 20 07-176
Fax: +49 (0) 30 / 3 20 07-107
Smart Decisions in Government and Business
16-18 January 2017 - 2.5 days
9th March 2017 in Berlin
10th March 2017 in Berlin
16th June 2017 in London
17th June 2017 in London
"Nudging"and Experimental Policy Evaluation
2-4 March 2017 - 2.5 days
Strategic Management in Public Sector Organisations
29 June - 1 July 2017 - 2.5 days
Professionals and Executives
Strategy and Decision Making in Business, Politics and Society: 6.380 EUR
The ESCP Europe/Hertie School Certificate Series is a set of unique short-term executive programmes for managers working at the intersection of business, politics and civil society.
SMART DECISIONS IN GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS
This course cuts across several of the most important decision areas which managers in the private and
public sector face: allocating scarce resources or project budgets in different business units or policy areas; making tradeoffs between financial/economic, ecologic and social objectives; transparently selecting
contractors; developing recommendations for siting public facilities; considering health or environmental
The title of a famous article by Michael Porter in the Harvard Business Review was: “What is Strategy?” In this module you will not only find an answer to this fundamental question, but you will also explore in how far strategies drive organisations and experience why and how strategy matters. This module will cover the key frameworks and concepts in corporate strategy. Participants will be made familiar with all facets of the strategy process, with a particular emphasis on strategic analysis and strategy formulation.
Public sector organisations have to anticipate and respond to substantial challenges, such as long-term economic and financial instability, as well as demographic change or the drive for ecological sustainability.
The main goal of this seminar is to equip the participants with a profound conceptual as well as instrumental and practical understanding of strategic management within a political and administrative
context. The course enhances the participants’ awareness of opportunities to move beyond business as usual and to act and think more strategically.