Global Business Strategy, Leadership and Competitiveness
The emerging competition forces within the global economy have great influences on business contexts, management strategies, and leadership styles. This seminar-workshop provides participants best global practices on how major multinational companies craft and execute strategies in an international context. Special attention is given to effective leadership styles, business growth, business differentiation via innovation, business model design, and strategic bets for sustainable competitiveness. Group dynamics and simulation exercises will enhance the learning process as a way to develop profound understanding and managerial know-how of the complex dimensions of international management. Practical cases and hands-on discussions will be essential components of the learning process.
- Identify the globalization forces across nations and craft responses on the organizational and individual level to remain competitive
- Design sustainable, culturally consonant business operations and strategy that delivers value to global consumers
- Utilize fundamental cultural-technical elements to lead and motivate multicultural workforces in a global context
- Apply global leadership strategies in the context of knowledge-based, competitively-differentiated business models
Total Seminar Hours: 6
Internationally, Dr. Gómez has taught executives from all the Americas, Europe, Africa, Far and Middle East and is a frequent guest speaker around the world. His areas of interest are global leadership and strategy, sustainable design, and international operations.
Currently, Dr. Gómez is a Distinguished Professor of Strategy and International Business at Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico and the University of San Diego in California, USA. Before this, for 20 years, Jaime Alonso was National Dean of the Graduate Schools of Business Administration and Leadership (EGADE), Dean of the EGADE Mexico City, Dean of EGADE Monterrey and Associate Researcher at The USA-Mexico Center for Strategic Studies (All of these at Monterrey Tech, Monterrey, Mexico).