精彩回顾——全球地缘政治趋势下企业国际化发展专题培训

全球地缘政治趋势下企业国际化发展专题培训

高管研修

培训导师:Roozbeh Aliabadi, 厚仁教育集团创新及战略发展总监

培训地点:Carnegie Mellon University 卡内基梅隆大学

高管研修

 

在变化的全球金融政治影响下,跨国公司的业务主管和管理人员要时刻了解政治和全球地缘政治趋势如何影响他们的业务,这将有助于跨国公司的高管更好地管理,来自政治和地缘政治事件的风险和机遇,这对企业可持续发展至关重要。

全球政治波动影响全球各地的企业和资产类别。在当今世界,采取一种结构化的方法来理解这些挑战,并且合理利用工具,不仅能够预测和管理政治风险,而且还能够从机会中获利,这是真正的重要技能。

因此,现在的跨国公司发展专业知识是至关重要的,其中包括:

– 风险调整的市场评估,市场优先级和市场进入计划
– 政治风险评估和消息传递策略
– 并购宏观风险尽职调查
– 企业风险管理和流程设计支持
– 战略风险识别和监控

我们的WholeRen高管教育产品为决策者提供了理解和预测政治发展对其业务影响的基本工具。

在确定一系列业务成果时,政治风险的重要性使其成为越来越重要的专业领域。政治不再是风险管理者或政府事务部门的专属领域。

 

Global Political Trends and Strategies for Multinational Corporates

 

It is critical for business executives and managers of Eastern multinationals to understand and figure out how politics and global geopolitical trends affect their business.  

 

This will help executives of these Eastern multinationals to better manage the risk and opportunities that flow from political and geopolitical events.  

 

Global political volatility affects businesses and asset classes around the world. I think it is a real vital skill in today’s world to take a structured approach to understanding these challenges and have the tools not only to anticipate and manage political risks, but also to profit from opportunities.  

 

Therefore I believe it is critical for today’s multinationals to develop expertise in:

 

  • Risk-adjusted market assessment, market prioritization, and market entry planning
  • Political risk assessment and messaging strategy
  • M&A macro risk due diligence
  • Enterprise risk management & process design support
  • Enterprise risk management and process design support
  • Strategic risk identification and monitoring

 

Our WholeRen executive education offerings provide decision-makers with the essential tools needed to understand and anticipate the impact of political developments on their business.

 

The importance of political risk in determining a range of business outcomes makes it an increasingly important area of expertise.  Politics is no longer the exclusive domain of risk managers or government affairs offices.