ESMT Berlin - European School of Management and Technology

Lessons from the Hidden Champions

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ESMT Berlin - European School of Management and Technology
En Berlin (Alemania)
  • ESMT Berlin - European School of Management and Technology

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Tipología Curso
Nivel Beginner
Lugar Berlin (Alemania)
Duración 2 Days
Inicio 06/11/2018
  • Curso
  • Beginner
  • Berlin (Alemania)
  • Duración:
    2 Days
  • Inicio:
    06/11/2018
Descripción

This course, organized by ESMT Berlin - European School of Management and Technology, will help you to understand the ‘Hidden champions’, as mainly medium-sized companies that hold a leading international market position and are predominantly family-owned are known.

Their leading roles, their creation of wealth, and their global success attract managers from all over the world who are in the process of developing their own strategies to turn their companies into hidden champions will be the base of this program.

Participants will explore the phenomenon of hidden champions and examine both the sources of their success and the challenges to come.

Furthermore, they will analyze to which extent their own companies already have what it takes to become – and stay – hidden champions and to what degree they need to make structural and strategic changes.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

By exploring the challenges they may face when attempting to turn their companies into hidden champions, executives will gain a clear sense of the mindsets, competencies, and strategies needed to succeed in this endeavor. They will learn how to capitalize on and leverage their strengths and weaknesses – as well as those of their employees, peers, and superiors – on their way to reaching the goals they have in mind.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

Executives of mid-sized companies who are in charge of business development or strategic management and who wish to understand the success of hidden champions; sales executives who intend to do business with hidden champions and build solid relationships with them.

¿Qué pasará tras pedir información?

Thank you for your interest. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible. With kind regards, ESMT Berlin - International business school. Nr. 1 in executive education in Germany (Finacial Times Ranking).

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Inicio Ubicación
06 nov 2018
Berlin
Schloßplatz 1, 10178, Berlin, Alemania
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Inicio 06 nov 2018
Ubicación
Berlin
Schloßplatz 1, 10178, Berlin, Alemania
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Reseñas de este curso

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Shyam Yadav
23/08/2017
Lo mejor: If you do the MBA you won't regret it! Go for it!
A mejorar: It was fine.
Curso realizado: Agosto 2017
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Innovation
Development
Challenges
Companies
Wealth
Economic
Champions
Creation
Germany’s hidden
Future hidden champions

Programa académico

  • Germany’s economic development and the role of hidden champions.
  • How Germany’s hidden champions think.
  • The wealth creation of hidden champions.
  • Germany’s mid-sized companies as champions of innovation.
  • Success factors of Germany’s hidden champions.
  • Challenges for current and future hidden champions.
































Información adicional

Lessons from the Hidden Champions has been designed as an experience-based program for executives who wish to understand the success of hidden champions. As a result, the program relies on methods specifically chosen for this group, including interactive presentations, best practices and strategies of companies that have successfully become hidden champions, case discussions, company visits, peer exchange, action planning, and in-depth interactions with faculty. In the process, participants will begin to understand which management strategies succeed or fail.