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Operational Excellence: 6. – 7. March 2018

What to expect

Process management
Value adding processes
Strategic and operative process management
A practical insight in process oriented reorganisations

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Thomas Friedli, University of St. Gallen
Dr. Lüder Tockenbürger, PRO4S & Partner GmbH

What our students said
Practical insights
Wealth of industrial experience
Very insightful course

Short course description

In this course you will get the necessary tools to transfer strategic & operational process management to your own business.

Additionaly, you get to know and identify success factors and hurdles for a sustainable implementation of Operational Excellence.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Operational Excellence

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Quality & Productivity: 8. – 9. March 2018

What to expect

Quality concepts, models and tools
Excellence programmes in the industry
Leading excellence

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Fritz Fahrni, em. ETH Zürich & University of St. Gallen
Prof. Dr. Thomas Friedli, University of St. Gallen

What our students said
Inspiring lecturers
Relevant to companies in a competitive environment
Interactive real-life session

Short course description

In this course you will learn to understand the importance of quality management and the right use of methods and tools.

In addition you will be able to identify the importance of „Quality in Entrepreneurship“ to lead organisations to lasting success.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Quality & Productivity

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Global Teamwork: 13. – 14. March 2018

What to expect

Assessing ones personality
Motivating employees
Managing teams effectively
Power and conflict in organisations
Culture and diversity

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe
Christine Ledergerber Hinderling, Novaton Erneuerbare Energien AG

What our students said
It helps to get the best out of the team
Interesting open discussions
Experienced teachers made the course interactive and captiving

Short course description

In today’s business environments, employees from different cultures are cooperating virtually and physically to reach common goals.

This course provides you with all necessary tools to manage your teams effectively and to motivate your employees for greater success.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Global Teamwork

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HR Development: 15. – 16. March 2018

What to expect

Attracting employees
Selecting employees
Developing employees
Performance managing employees
Rewarding employees

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe

What our students said

Practical insights
Interactive and lively discussions
A toolbox for the daily business

Short course description

Your employees are the key to success. Get familiar with the tools for developing the knowledge, skills and abilities of your employees in order to increase your performance.

Boost your human capital, and get all instruments to attract and select new team members

 An Adobe Acrobat file HR Development

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Leadership: 20. – 21. March 2018

What to expect

Leading strategically
Personal leadership styles
Strategy stories and goal setting
360° feedback

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Europe
Prof. Dr. Amanda Shantz, Trinity College Dublin

What our students said
I learned a lot about my leadership style
It helps to get the best out of the team
Interesting open discussions

Short course description

Learn how to lead your team to act towards achieving a common goal. In this course, you will get familiar with different leadership styles,and how to inspire employees.

Additionaly, in a personal 360° feedback session, you will learn more about your leadership abilities.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Leadership

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Business Ethics: 22. – 23. March 2018

What to expect

The role of business in society
Ethical and unethical decision making
Managing organisational integrity & organisational ethics
Corporate social responsibility
Gobal business and global societies
The transformation of society

Top Speakers in this course
Prof. Dr. Guido Palazzo, University of Lausanne, HEC

What our students said
Eye opener course
Very well transition of this issue
This course add a value to the moral fibre of modern leaders

Short course description

The course deals with ethical challenges corporations are facing: In their societal context, they are expected to manage the social and environmental side-effects of their supply chains and internally, they are confronted with the risk of illegal and immoral behavior of their employees and leaders.

 An Adobe Acrobat file Business Ethics

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