Regardless of mission and size, organizations increasingly become international players in their respective sectors, conducting business and competing on a cross-country scale. This raises the stakes for leaders to identify solutions to pressing international and intercultural challenges, thereby finding their way in the global village.
With the CAS Leading Global Teams and Projects, we support leaders in identifying and implementing the right solutions. To do so, we focus on four core challenges of international leaders: How do I internationalize the DNA of my organization? What are the key success factors that need to be considered when conducting business internationally? How do I continuously develop my own intercultural competence? And how do I lead a diverse team of employees and external stakeholders, both in a direct and virtual fashion?
To tackle these challenges of international leaders, we offer customized content delivered by respected experts from both academe and practice. Also, we offer immediate international experience in Asia, North America and Europe, through our selection of International Weeks. During these International Weeks, the international leadership challenges become concrete as a result of our partner universities being committed to offering advanced training opportunities on the ground which encompass both lectures and site visits to key organizations and stakeholders.
We place great importance on preparing the participants of the CAS Leading Global Teams and Projects for the international arena, thus enabling them to take the right decisions at the right time. For this purpose, we offer a personalized, varied and challenging study environment at different institutions spread across different continents.