Nombre d’heures d’enseignement : 689 heures
Nombre de modules, séminaires, ateliers : 1 Team Building Seminar, 6 Core Modules, 8 Process Workshops, 9 Electives, 4 Sessions d’Effective Presentation Skills, 3 Sessions de Leadership Development, Multicultural Team Project
Module 1 : Strategy and Core Business - 40 h :
Introduce the Delegates to the foundations of strategy management.
Develop their awareness of strategy issues in aerospace (manufacturing), in the airline industry (services), planning cycles in aeronautics (foresight), their awareness of quality in the decision-making process, awareness of strategic change and implementation issues…
Module 2 : Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting - 40 h :
To understand what is Financial Value Creation.
To outline financial and management accounting.
To introduce short-term financial management.
To learn and apply current theories of financial management.
To analyse aerospace capital investment projects.
To examine the roles of debt and equity markets.
Module 3 : Operations Strategy and Management - 40 h :
Make delegates aware of how operations contribute to achieving business strategic goals, and give them a global view of how value can be added through effective management of operations.
Module 4 : Human Capital and Leadership Development - 40 h :
To develop an understanding of contemporary issues and developments in human resource management and organizational behavior.
To sensitize delegates to the skills involved in managing human resources in general and with particular emphasis to the aerospace environment.
To foster leadership skills for the global workplace.
Module 5 : Marketing and Sales - 40 h :
Make delegates aware of the importance of a customer based approach:
To evaluate the main marketing processes and sensitise delegates to the skills involved in strategic marketing and sales.
To develop a customer driven mindset.
Module 6 : Managerial Economics - 40 h :
Managerial economics presents methods of analysis that are critical for managerial problem solving and decision making. Importantly, this is not a course in economics; it is a course in using economic analysis to guide managerial decision making. The course will provide a framework for understanding the setting (opportunities and constraints) in which business is conducted.