The fundamental aim of the training is to provide the participants with general professional knowledge of strategic management, to build on this knowledge in order to understand and apply a wide range of factors that influence organizational management, and to use the resources available to them in order to run the company effectively. With these skills, graduates will be able to build and operate integrated systems. Moreover, the training aims to prepare participants for leadership roles in an international working environment at a technical company operating in Hungary or abroad and to make them competitive in the international labour market.
Main subjects typically include (this list is indicative and may change):
|Personal Development for the Strategic Engineering Leader, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility, Analysis of the strategy, plans and performance of technical organizations, Strategic Information Management, Strategic Planning of Financing Technical Projects, Strategic and Project Management, Financial Management of Technical Organizations
|Strategic Performance Management, Data Analysis, Risk Management Strategies, Crisis and Change Management, Lean Process Improvement
Internship, practice: The program does not include an internship.
Mid-to upper-level positions where the tasks include implementing strategic management like setting objectives, analyzing the competitive environment, evaluating and implementing strategies, analyzing the internal organization. Positions depending on the basic education could be:
A multitude of career paths is available due to the fact that strategic management and sustainability principles can be effective in improving business processes in many different fields. In addition, the efficient use of resources is essential in private, public and non-profit organizations as well.
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