Has the COVID-19 crisis halted globalisation? Is the world economy reverting from free trade to aggressive protectionism? What will be the next trends and developments in your business? What are the implications for your organisation? There are positive and negative answers to these and many other questions that will shape the future. This course will put the issues into a new context.
Globalisation has been the most powerful force influencing business in the 21st century. It has affected every activity of organisations from basic research through product creation into post-sale customer support. The opening of markets and the rapid diffusion of information, knowledge and capability have combined to influence our assessment of business potential and the ways in which we do business. However, we now perceive signs of a clear economic and political shift away from the trend of the past 30-40 years towards a return to uncertainty and protectionism. Therefore, all managers have to be aware
of the potential impact of global trends on every decision and every action.
This training course will feature:
At the end of this training course participants will be able to:
This training course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
Please note that this course does not require specialist knowledge of economics. However, delegates will need to have a lively interest in the challenges of international business and contemporary socio-political relationships.
The training course will be based on leading edge teaching/learning approaches to ensure maximum interaction and discussion of the subjects that are presented. The main objective will be to create an interactive approach at all stages, and delegates will be encouraged to offer ideas and questions that relate directly to their own specialisms. This will include the following methods.
The course leader will also refer to real-life examples of global economic and business development projects in which he has been personally involved.