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Angel Pacual-Ramsay module
Professor at ESADE Business School, former adviser to the head of the Spanish government in the analysis of economic and geopolitical trends

7-8.06 (10:00-18:00)
Module 4 - Globalization and sustainable development
Module description
The world in which business graduates like yourselves will be entering will be an extremely competitive one. You will need to be able to differentiate yourselves against your peers to give you that extra edge that employers will value. An essential component of this will be your ability to understand the world around you, the risks and opportunities it presents and your skill in incorporating these factors into your business decisions. In an age of economic, geopolitical, social, technological and demographic change, it is no longer sufficient to analyze in isolation the market forces affecting global business firms. Business leaders must learn to understand non-market elements and the forces that are shaping the challenging global business environment of the 21st century. This course will help you in that process. It will do so by exploring the 'mega-trends' that are shaping our world. These trends might be economic, geopolitical, social, technological, or related to resources and sustainability, but they all have one thing in common: they are conforming a very different world to the one we know today and it is this world that future business executives will have to operate within. By the end of this course you will understand the global trends that are shaping our world and have commenced the process of learning how to incorporate that awareness into their your thinking and decisions, in business as well as in life.
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Modules of the course:
The course starts on the 13 of May
13-14 of May
10:00-18:00
13-14 of May
10:00-18:00
Xavier Oliver
Professor at IESE Business School, President of the European Association of Communications Agencies (1999-2000), member of the jury of the SAWA Film Festival (Cannes, 1984) and the New York Festival (1988).
Brands Management and Communication

Price: $350
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17-18 of May
10:00-18:00
17-18 of May
10:00-18:00
Kevin Murphy
CEO at consulting company J. E. Austin Associates. Chairman and Director of Partners for Sustainable Development. Regular participant of the World Economic Forum.
Global Economic Competitiveness

Price: $400
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27-30 of May
10:00-18:00
27-30 of May
10:00-18:00
Eka Tkeshelashvili
Former Minister of Justice in Georgia, former Minister of Foreign Affairs in Georgia, former Vice-Prime Minister in Georgia and former Minister for Reintegration Affairs. The leader of the anti-corruption initiative in Ukraine.

Milo Jones

Professor at IE Business School. Managing Director of Inveniam Strategy. Former project manager at Citibank Emerging Markets Group.
Governance and regulation of business in political uncertainty

Price: $300
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7-8 of June
18:30-21:30
7-8 of June
18:30-21:30
Angel Pascual-Ramsay
Professor at ESADE Business School, former adviser to the head of the Spanish government in the analysis of economic and geopolitical trends.
Globalization and sustainable development

Price: $300
10-13 of June
18:30-21:30
10-13 of June
18:30-21:30
Giorgi Kadagidze
Former Head of the National Bank in Georgia, "Best banker in Europe" in 2014.
How does macroeconomy and international trade works

Price: $300
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18 of June
10:00-18:00
18 of June
10:00-18:00
Guido Stein
Professor of the Managing People in Organizations Department and Director of the Negotiations Department at IESE Business School. Partner at Inicia Corporate (M&A and Corporate Finance).
Leadership for High performing Intra- and Entrepreneurs

Price: $600
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26-27 of June
10:00-18:00
26-27 of June
10:00-18:00
Jeremy Ghez
Affiliate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at HEC Paris. Academic Director of the Center for Geopolitics at HEC Paris. Academic advisor of the Master's Program in Sustainable and Social Innovation (SASI).
Strategic Forecasting

Price: $400
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