Modules Schedule

Thursday, Friday and Saturday: three full days per week, every month throughout the program.
Length: 18-20 months.

Foundation Building Blocks
Series of modules are used to introduce the program and its competencies, Such as Statistics’ for Executive, Accounting and Strategy.

Accounting for Executives
This course introduces EMBA candidates to Accounting in a decision-making context. Focus is on how accounting information and other quantitative data can be properly analyzed and used to arrive at the best decision among alternatives, avoiding the in-depth bookkeeping part of the process. Topics covered include, but not limited to, Cost Behavior, Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis, Pricing Decisions, Make-or-Buy Decisions, Deletion or addition of Products, Services or Departments and Budgeting.

Feasibility Study
Provides the knowledge and skills to develop a feasibility study for a new business venture that will be the basis to formulate a well-designed Business Plan. The course will start by demonstrating how an idea can be converted into a value proposition and consequently into a business model. Participants will be further introduced to how to test the viability of the model along three perspectives Marketing, technical, and financial.

Corporate Governance
The governing and managing of the organization by fulfilling ethical, fiduciary, legal and social responsibilities. The role of External governance via laws and regulations and the impact on Strategic Alliances such mergers and acquisitions. The participants will be familiar with the Bankruptcy and Commercial Law as well as Taxation from a realistic corporate view.

Financial Management for Executives
Finance and Accounting for non-financial managers. Exploring financial markets, financial management decisions, and investment strategies. Links will be established of marketing to financial consequences. Participants will have the knowledge and skills of integrating financial strategy for value creation, portfolio management and risk management. Topics to be considered include valuation, capital budgeting, capital structure, and financing. (Ata)

Business Communication
Communication tools for business while presenting ideas on best communication practices. It includes presentation format, interviewing techniques and influencing skills. Participants will incorporate new effective communication skills that will assist them in bringing their team to a shared vision and to lead them through change.

Negotiation and Persuasion
Understanding negotiation and persuasion via negotiating a win ​deals at work. This course will provide the knowledge for building better work relationship, a diagnosis of the negotiations/conflicts scenario. A workshop about persuasion and bargaining, allowing participants a real negotiation environment. « The Structured Progress » concept is neither a magic formula nor a set of recipes to be applied, but above all a set of marks and tools, which we can use throughout a negotiation to realize the fixed objectives while protecting the quality of the relation with the counterpart by adapting the communications strategies to the situation met. In fact, it is a map of the negotiation which allows us, at any time of the negotiation, to know where we are and which road to take to reach our objective.

Operations Management
An operation overview with an understanding for operation management decision. Giving the participants the skills needed for Supply Chain management, Quality Management and Project Management. Creating and sustaining high performing team, while aligning the workforce to a shared vision.

Marketing and Sales Management
Understanding and exposing marketing strategies including, the ability to manage customer’s expectation, analyzing markets, allocating resources, integrating marketing communication and advertising decision. This covers also the new E- Marketing strategies and the impacts on the global markets.

Conflict Resolution & Management
This course will help participants to understand what conflict is and how it can escalate, what are the types of conflict and the stages of conflict. Understand the five most common conflict resolution styles and when to use them and how to increase positive information flow through non-verbal and verbal communication skills. Find out the most effective techniques for intervention strategies and the ways to manage conflicts to enhance productivity and performance.

Senior Management
Participants will learn about leading the organization with a global strategic view. The ability to understand risk while exploring global strategies. It includes advanced management program to allow senior management to govern and lead organization during change. Finally, the course exposes the Global CEO and the Transformational journey.

Innovation and Technology Management
Managing and leading profitable innovation, including a practical workshop on innovation with a framework and kit. Add to that the Research and development strategies allowing participants to successfully define “ innovation”.

Project management
The role of Project Manager and the impacts on the project environment. This includes the scope planning, activity definition, Sequencing and duration. Participants will learn about the importance of teams and leadership on virtual communication and the task ahead.

Strategy Management
Formulation and business planning designed to enhance strategic thinking and management for competitive advantage. The role of strategic alliances and the relationship between Creating growth opportunities and the ability to engage in an effective execution to ensure the strategy works. ​​​​​​​​​​