Global Business Online Course at Harvard UniversityCourse Harvard University posted 4 months ago
Global Business Online Course at Harvard University
The online global entrepreneurial self-funding course developed by Harvard Business School for international students willing to learn about international business. In addition, the course will help the participants identify resources, minimize risk, and build and collect value for their organizations. In addition, the participants will hear about the developments affecting cultural, political, and social forces and will consider how the decision influences foreign markets and their business. So join the course and turn today’s global economy’s uncertainty into an opportunity for your community and organization. You will end up entering online before August 31, 2020.
- Opportunity type: Fully funded
- Opportunity: Online Course
- Study Type: Online
- University: Harvard University
- Duration: 4 weeks
- Course fees: 1600 Dollars
- Study Field: Business
- Deadline: 31 August 2020
- Intelligence of business
- Business analysis
- Business improvement
- Risk management
- Management of operations
- Strategic management
What you will Gain?
- Identification of challenges and opportunities that government and politics can build from a strategic point of view for people and their business.
- Evaluate the effect of macroeconomic, political, and social indicators on business decisions
- Long- and short-term effects of interest rates, inflation, trade, and investment discovering.
- Will lean on defining strategies and mechanisms to help participants think about the environment and coordinate knowledge.
How to Apply
You can apply for this opportunity Online for more information you can also visit the official website
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