Corporate Strategy, (TIDE) Technology, Innovation, Disruption and Entrepreneurship & Leadership and Organization
Should you wish to pursue the DAS in General Management or the Executive MBA within five years of completing the CAS in General Management, you will reveice accreditaion for the courses you already completet.
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(Simon Business School) since 1996
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This course will help you to understand yourself better through your own assessments and reflections and will encourage you to engage with your peers to self-reflect and exchange feedback. The ultimate aim of the course is for you to build on strengths and compensate for weaknesses so that you can lead your peers, teams, and organizations to your full potential. We will focus on the following:
More than ever before, technological innovation and disruption affect the way business is conducted and new wealth is created. How to master technological change and profit from innovation are therefore key questions for business leaders. They are essential for developing a competitive advantage and boosting performance in all company types – new and old, large and small – across all industries. In this course, you will not only be exposed to the latest thinking about entrepreneurship, technological change and innovation but also apply new business tools that allow you to master technological disruption. Furthermore, you will develop an individual strategic innovation project for your company.
Strategic management takes the perspective of the general manager involved with managing a business unit in its totality. The course focuses on the underlying conditions that permit a firm to develop, sustain, and capture the value of a superior strategic position. At the end of the course, you will have gained an actionable understanding of the strategy concept, enabling you to participate confidently in the strategic dialogue within your organization.
Harness innovative ideas to define your company’s competitive advantage and incorporate new technologies to bring your corporate strategy to the next level. Learn how to develop a more agile, influential leadership style to guide your organization through transformational processes.
You will benefit from renowned academics from different business schools, as well as exchanges with established business leaders. The CAS Business Transformation can be upgraded to a Rochester-Bern Executive MBA.
Please note that courses and dates can be subjects to change.
You will receive a grade for each of the three courses in the certificate program. The professor will measure your performance through individual online exams, group homework and case studies, individual written assignments, and class participation.
Classes are made up of executives and managers whose backgrounds include finance, manufacturing, business administration, IT, engineering, law, medicine, and other fields.
To qualify for the program, we require:
Program fees amount to CHF 12,400 (in one installment). The price includes tuition, materials, lunches and refreshments on regular class days, university registration, and exam fees. The fees do not include accommodation in Bern or Thun.
Please complete the online application form for your respective program choice and upload it onto our Application Tool. We require you to submit the following and tick all confirmation boxes in the tool:
If you meet the admissions requirements, a member of our recruitment team will contact you to set up a personal conversation. We let you know of our decision within one week after your personal interview.
Upon acceptance to the program, we will send you a letter of acceptance and ask you to pay the program fee of CHF 12,400 to complete the process. Once we receive your payment, we will send you further information to help you prepare for the program start.
In our classes, we seek to combine a diversity of profiles to provide you with the most beneficial classroom experience and professional network possible. Here you can find the statistics of a typical class.