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Dates:
20. - 21. Jun 2017
Duration:
2 days
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1,800 €
Target audience

Executives who believe their teams have the potential to be more creative - who seriously want to listen to their customers, and to generate new ideas that fulfil their customers’ needs. Executives who believe that each step towards a more innovative organization starts with their own initiative, and who want to learn how processes can become leaner and more efficient in their organizational implementation.

Key topics
  • The steps and phases of Design Thinking
  • How to conduct interviews with potential customers
  • Brainstorming techniques
  • Pitch training
  • Business Model Canvas
  • The agile methodology Scrum
Take-home value
  • Learn the basic principles and steps of the Design Thinking process
  • Learn how to incorporate customer-centric innovation into teams and organizations
  • Implement innovation using both the “Business Model Canvas” as well as “Scrum”
  • Conduct real-life interviews with potential customers/ users and pitch innovation in front of peers.
Dates:
Module 1: 4. - 8. Dec 2017, Module 2: 15. - 19. Jan 2018
Duration:
Module 1: 5 days; Module 2: 5 days
Location:
Schloss Gracht
Tuition:
8,500 €
Target audience

Participants have a degree in engineering, science, law, or the humanities and want to gain a firm grasp of finance.

Key topics
  • Value-oriented management
  • Accounting and accounting policy
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Budgeting
  • Cost accounting
  • Capital budgeting
  • Financial management
  • Strategic management
  • Managing acquisitions
  • Marketing and business development
  • Legal forms, tax, and corporate governance
Take-home value

Comprehensive and sustainable understanding of financial management methods

Dates:
20. - 21. Jun 2017
Duration:
2 days
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1,800 €
Target audience

Executives across industries who would like to get an introduction to cutting-edge, decentralized digital technology (“blockchain”), its potential for disruption, and how they can harness the technology to the benefit of their business.
(We do not expect deep IT expertise but welcome enthusiasm for the potential of digital technologies.)

Key topics
  • Understanding blockchain and its promise
  • Value creation and business models of start-ups
  • IP on blockchain and smart contracts
  • Application workshop to experience technology
  • The legal side of blockchain
  • Experiences in implementing blockchain
Take-home value
  • Master the basic workings of decentralized technology
  • Be able to analyze the disruptive potential of decentralized technology on your business
  • Share the excitement of innovative entrepreneurs around the globe to experiment with this technology
Dates:
11. - 12. Sep 2017
Duration:
1 day
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1.100 €
Target audience

Executives who want to use of business experiments for the quantitative evaluation of the impact of business policies.

Key topics
  • Regression Review and Introduction to Randomized Control Trials
  • Designing Policy Experiments
  • Designing and Interpreting a Business Policy Experiment
  • Designing your own Business Policy Experiment
Take-home value

Upon completing this course you will have acquired the skills to:

  • Analyze the causal effect of policies.
  • Understand the value of experiments in making causal inference.
  • Interpret experimental data.
  • Design field experiments in companies.


 

Dates:
15. - 16. Sep 2017
Duration:
1 day
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1,100 €
Target audience

Executives wanting to acquire new strategic skills and familiarize themselves with new business models to react to the changing emerging market.

(Although the course is about the energy sector, it does not require an industry background. If you are generally interested in the developments that take place in this industry, you are most welcome to participate and share your own expertise in strategy, innovation, and business transformation with the group and enrich the discussions.)

Key topics
  • Evaluating market developments: What are the drivers of the new energy system? Which new markets develop?
  • Analyzing strategies and business models: Which counter-strategies do incumbents follow? How do new competitors enter the markets?
  • Selecting new business models: Which trade-offs exist between different implementation and commercialization strategies of innovations?
Take-home value
  • in-depth view into the changes that will shape the energy sector in the future
  • enhanced skills with respect to identifying critical information and issues in complex situations and offering new solutions to complex problems
  • understand and be able to exploit the potential of technology for innovation and growth, including showing an understanding of the importance of technology in delivering a more sustainable future for business, and being innovative in developing business solutions
Dates:
28. Nov 2017
Duration:
1 day
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1.100 €
Target audience

This program targets ethics and compliance professionals, lawyers, and business managers to develop, implement, manage, or simply better understand comprehensive corporate compliance programs.

Key topics
  • Analyzing the leading theories of harm in merger cases
  • Consumer protection and competition law
  • Specific problems with antitrust enforcement in digital markets and industries
  • Acting within the boundaries of competition law in the fast-changing environment of multichannel markets
  • applying the Private Market Investor Principle
Take-home value
  • Extensive legal provisions and rules review
  • Focus on the underlying economic tools at the very heart of antitrust enforcement
  • Basics for judging yourself: Am I an infringer (or victim) of competition law or not?
Dates:
11. - 12. Sep 2017
Duration:
1 day
Location:
ESMT Berlin
Tuition:
1,100 €
Target audience

Executives across industries interested in understanding and managing cybersecurity in their company.

Key topics

Understanding cybersecurity and industrial cybersecurity

  • The sources of insecurity: software vulnerabilities and extensive networks
  • Old cybersecurity: DDoS, botnets, petty criminals
  • New cybersecurity: NSA, industrial espionage, organized crime
  • “Junk hacking” and industrial cybersecurity


Cyber risk-assessment

  • Risk scenarios and location
  • Types of attackers
  • Understanding software vulnerabilities
  • Modeling dependencies
  • Understanding exposures


Cybersecurity management

  • Elements and procedures of a cyber strategy
  • Translating risk to demand to specs
  • Raising awareness on the necessary levels
  • Security as a part of overall technology acquisition
  • Creating human resources
  • Organizing your security unit
  • Gaps and limits of security technologies
  • Insurances
  • Achieving cyber readiness
  • Confronting residual risk
  • Incident management
  • Liability and compliance
  • Legal conditions
  • Forming alliances on info-sharing and acquisition
Take-home value
  • understand cybersecurity from a management perspective and in a systematic and strategic way
  • identify and sort all relevant tasks
  • understand all options, limits and conditions
  • employ methods to achieve better security decisions
  • make more-informed decisions when entering into the industry 4.0 paradigm

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