Course Content and Learning Outcomes
The course introduces participants to the many different types of risks and the concepts of managing financial and non-financial risks and addresses the whole process of identification, analysis, response, and risk control. The course explores the methods of management, measurement, and control of these risks. It provides the opportunity to deal with the effects of the crisis on clients' solvency, assesses the actual vs. virtual damage caused by the crisis, or monitor the crisis's impact on the client's client portfolio.
Financial Markets and Investments
The course aims to familiarize participants with the principles and functioning of financial markets and the issuance of trading securities. Students will gain information about stock, bond, money, capital markets, stock exchanges, and OTC organizations. They are introduced to concepts such as risk, return, financial markets' efficiency, and more, crucial in informed strategy-planning and decision-making. Upon completion, the participants will have deepened their knowledge of operations in financial markets.
Projects and their proper management are a part of every manager’s life. This course profoundly explores the processes leading to desired results after managing projects and guides the participants through fragmented project management constituents such as time, cost, human resource, and risk management and concludes with project closure and conclusion. Upon successfully completing the course, students will be well prepared to handle projects effectively in a realistic environment with all changes and risks involved.
Process Management course consists of gaining knowledge, experience, skills, tools, techniques, and systems to define, visualize, measure, control, inform, and process improvements to meet customer requirements. While always ensuring that profitability is maximized. The business environment is variable in nature; company processes then often need to be adjusted to a changing market and employ an implementation of new modern technologies into a company or focus on market changes that might occur due to global crisis.
For many, change represents an opportunity for innovation and growth. For some people, the change should be viewed as something which may also cause instability. The rapidly changing environment brings about the need to respond and effectively address turbulence and instability. The success of change implementation depends on the ability of employees to adapt to these conditions. Change Management course aims at a crucial aspect in the ability to successfully introduce new technologies and procedures, change internal processes and organizational structures.
The Crisis Management Course aims to provide the program participants with a set of contemporary principles and functions of enterprise in unstable, challenging, turbulent conditions along with different anti-crisis strategies and business continuing models. Students will learn the classifications of crises, bankruptcy, and restructuring. They will master the concepts of modern corporate governing procedures within unknown risks, crisis influences, and human and market behavior to maximize business competitiveness