|Study location||Poland, Warsaw|
|Tuition fee||PLN 8,500 per programme|
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Postgraduate Studies Enterprise 4.0 aims at providing students with knowledge and skills related to the latest methodologies and technologies that shape the 21st century business and transnational corporations.
ADVANCED KNOWLEDGE – about the latest methodologies and technologies that help businesses grow
PRACTICAL SKILLS – that will increase graduates’ value on the 21st century labour market
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS – the courses are offered entirely in English
Introduction. New Trends and Technologies in Enterprise 4.0
C-suite: Business Strategy in the Enterprise 4.0
C-suite: Technology Strategy as a new functional area in transnational corporation
C- Suite: Leadership of the future
C-Suite: Organizational Behavior
HR and Talent Management: Human Resources Department in the New – Transformation and Tools
HR and Talent Management: Talent development and learning in the Enterprise 4.0
HR and Talent Management: How to make Virtual teams efficient
PR and Communications: Public Relations and external communications
PR and Communications: Change Management and internal communications
Sales and Marketing: Digital Marketing
Sales and Marketing: Sales Transformation
Finance: Finance and enterprise value in the new era
Procurement: Supply Chain and Operations
Project Management Office – structure, tasks, methodologies
The programme has been designed and is implemented in cooperation with Accenture – the leading global consulting company.
Topics covered include technologies and methodologies which are currently transforming the perception of business in terms of technology strategy, organizational behavior, leadership, HR and talent development, project and change management, finance, procurement, PMO, as well as marketing and sales.
Graduates will be able to understand how digital technologies can help their enterprises grow and stay ahead of the curve, identify technologies that will help boost performance and lower operational costs of their departments and in their functional areas of expertise.
Acquired knowledge supported with examples of implementation will significantly increase graduates’ value on the 21st century labour market.