The global economy is constantly changing and unpredictable. Business management becomes more and more complicated, given the gradual paradigm shift in industries and the increasingly diversified business models caused by technology innovation. Existing formula for success no longer guarantees the same performance in future. One of the imminent tasks of business managers, therefore, is to steer organizational reformation.
The trend of globalization has posed innumerable risks and uncertainties to the macro environment as well as the regional business opportunities. It is therefore important for the entrepreneurs in this environment to be fully alert to and well prepared for the changes in the macro environment. To embrace the rapidly-changing global financial market and the digital technology revolution, they are required to leverage the opportunities for dynamic coopetition, integrate the global and local competitive advantages and increase the innovation momentum of the companies.
To meet these requirements, GEP is a course jointly developed by NTU and our elite partnered schools in 2012. It offers programs at the top tier business schools around the world and visits to the local elite enterprises. This is a top advanced management course that offers both depth, and breadth, a balance between time and cost.
GEP guides the leaders of the enterprise to connect with the development trend around the world, and to build cross-domain management mindset, with an aid of practical implementation of business theories. We utilize various case studies to help the students reflect and learn, and to train the leaders of the enterprises to enhance their abilities to think beyond the surface, dare to create innovation and to lead their enterprises to transform and grow, creating values hand in hand.
SEED’s Cooperative Partners for GEP
Cambridge Judge Business School,University of UK Cambridge
Cambridge Judge Business School is internationally recognised as one of the leading providers of innovative, intellectually challenging and practical business management education across a portfolio of undergraduate, graduate and executive programmes. As a fully integrated department of the world- renowned University of Cambridge, Cambridge Judge Business School hosts one of the largest concentrations of interdisciplinary business and management research activity in Europe. Our MBA is recognised as one of the best in the world and in 2009 we launched an Executive MBA to offer our world class teaching to those who want to continue working while earning a Cambridge MBA.
National Taiwan University (NTU)
The theme established by the College of Management, NTU, is “Achieving transformational growth and business succession”. The courses are aimed at building cross-disciplinary management concepts, providing theoretical knowledge with practical value, and accumulating the momentum for change leadership and transformational growth. Founded in 1928, the National Taiwan University is ranked number one among the universities in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China. The College of Management, NTU, is a top-notch management school in Taiwan, having fully demonstrated NTU’s spirit in pursuing excellence in teaching and research. 97% of the school’s full time teaching faculty hold a doctorate degree from world-renowned universities. NTU’s College of Management provides integrated undergraduate, graduate and doctorate programs, endeavoring to cultivate talented business leaders with in-depth thinking ability, aspiration for innovation and extraordinary entrepreneurship.
Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania（Wharton）
Wharton’s theme is “Leading into the Future: Global Market Innovation and Leadership”. Based on its solid background in academic research and abundance of industrial exposure, Wharton is devoted to developing the innovation and entrepreneurship competencies for senior business leaders. Established in 1881, Wharton is the first business college in the universities of the United States. The school has won worldwide recognition for its relentless pursuit of innovation in the education of business management, as well as its leading position in the world academic circle. Participants of the GEP courses will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and interact with the top-class teachers of Wharton.
Saïd Business School, University of Oxford（Saïd）
The theme of the Saïd Business School is “Past, Present and Future”. The Global Executive Program provided by Saïd is aimed at strengthening the trainees’ competencies in innovation and strategic planning to keep pace with the globalization trend, in the meantime increasing their development opportunities. The Saïd Business School embodies the academic rigor and forward thinking that has made the Oxford University a world leader in education. It is one of Europe's youngest and most entrepreneurial business schools.
Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
China is playing an increasingly important role in the world economy. The Guanghua School of Management, therefore, establishes the theme of Understanding China and Yourself”. Participants of the program are enabled to observe the trend in China, understand its macro economy from a world perspective, and analyze the multi-faceted opportunities for its transformation. The Guanghua School of Management has 111 full-time teaching and research faculties from well-reputed domestic and overseas schools, as well as an alumni network consisting of more than 10,000 outstanding members. The School has been making incessant efforts to strengthen its international capacity, aiming to deliver highly-influential business concepts and practices for senior Chinese business leaders around the world.