This course covers the fundamental principles of financial risk management, evaluating risks, and managing them using derivative securities. The objective of this course is to present a realistic overview of risk management for multinational corporations. This course involves study and analysis of various forms of risk-transfer financial instruments, such as options and futures contracts, valuation of these securities, and hedging with options and futures.
Problem Solving and Management
Problem Solving and Management presents a five stage model of problem solving by using the fundamentals of Peter Senge's systems thinking to find solutions and to enhance decision making. This powerful methodology teaches you how to identify defeating aspects of quick fixes and how to create long term solutions. This approach demonstrates that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and that total system collaboration is the key to high performance .
Influences of Social sciences, the individual, individual differences, personality theories of motivation, job design, nature of groups, work group effectiveness,group decision making, leadership, effective leadership, organisational design, organisational change, effective change management, managing diversity, conflict and negotiation
Management Information System
Management Information Systems in Business is the first in a series of courses you could take to develop your background in the use of computers in business. This course is introductory in nature and therefore will deal with the basics in several areas of information systems and management. If, upon completion of this course, you have the desire to extend your education, you might want to look into College programs related to Management Information Systems, Computer Information Systems or Computer Science
Applications of deterministic operations research methods, including linear, integer, goal, and dynamic programming, to various problems such as product mix, blending, transportation, transshipment, assignment, routing, network, and inventory.
Loading Organizational Change
This course contains lessons on how to build the case, vision, and plan for change; and how to communicate, involve employees, implement, advance, monitor progress, and anchor change. The course is based on different theories and concepts in the field of "management of change". It focuses on applying these theories and concepts as well as their practical relevance by case studies. The focus will be on specific European issues of change. The course shall give an overview on how organizations can change. Additionally the participant shall be enabled to develop a fare-sighted perspective in an ever changing environment.
Understand of the key concepts and practices of modern business logistics management. Topics include: development and economic significance of business logistics; elements of inbound and outbound logistics; significance and management of inventory costs; basics of warehouse decisions and material handling; role of transportation and traffic management in logistics; importance of information technology and management; and the significance and nature of logistics strategic planning.
The student must apply what they had learns thru the whole courses and apply it into a project related to the entire subject and put in a documentation or project and presented it on the final semester. The project must be related to what the student had study and related to the real world environment