Estructura de cursos
Todos los cursos tienen una duración de 36 horas, siendo ofrecidos a partir de enero 2023.
This course is designed explore the foundations of leadership in business and society. Students will gain an understanding of various academic perspectives on leadership, real-world examples of effective and ineffective leadership, and insights into their on own leadership capabilities.
Around two major topics: First, the analysis of a methodology to select and implement business strategies considering the business environment across nations from an economic, political, social, and cultural perspective. The effect of the business environment on managerial decisions is also going to be studied. Second, identify the individual competencies required to be a successful leader of companies operating in the Latin American region. Those managerial competencies are analyzed in three categories: cultural, leadership, and attitudinal.
The course provides an introduction to supply chain management language, concepts, tools, and strategies and is targeted to executives and general managers. The course focuses on supply-chain strategies. The case method is used and supplemented with lectures.
This course is designed to introduce students to the concepts of entrepreneurship and business venturing. Students will learn how all the major functions of a business come together in a new venture. We will discuss how to generate new ideas, recognize opportunities, form a venture team, evaluate opportunities, and design a firm to bring the ideas to life. Entrepreneurship is sometimes defined as the discovery, enactment, and pursuit of new business opportunities. The study of entrepreneurship requires an interdisciplinary approach, encompassing strategy, economics, psychology, and management functions including human resources, marketing, finance, and operations.
Entrepreneurs like the adrenaline generated by managing a new business opportunity. Examples of new business opportunities are (1) the development of a new product or service, (2) the management of a franchise, and (3) the optimization of an existing company with problems. However, one of the areas where entrepreneurs have less skills is financial management which includes basic accounting, fund raising and cash management.
Entrepreneurial Finance is a comprehensive course that not only includes finance-specific concepts but also other more qualitative subjects like marketing, sales, and strategic planning and their implications in the value of the venture.
Requisito: haber cursado Finanzas Corporativas UFM. Ser alumno activo de Escuela de Negocios UFM.