General Management Program (GMP)
GMP is a Harvard Business School Executive Education program.
Today's global economy calls for multifaceted leaders who have a more integrated view of business, can spot emerging opportunities, and can navigate all economic environments. To help you master these multifunctional skills, the General Management Program (GMP) provides a more comprehensive view of leadership—and accelerates your transition from a functional specialist to an outstanding general manager.
Learn more about GMP here.
Financial Strategies for Cross–Border Expansion—China (FSCBECH)
FSCBECH is a Harvard Business School Executive Education program.
Companies seeking to expand into other markets face a range of new and complex financial challenges—from funding cross-border expansion to leveraging global capital markets. With a focus on financial decisions intrinsic to global expansion, this new program prepares you to explore the challenges of cross-border acquisition, value companies in a global context, and design an effective organizational structure for your multinational business.
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United States and the World 36: Innovation and Entrepreneurship: American Experience in Comparative Perspective
Innovation and Entrepreneurship is an undergraduate course supported jointly by Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
What gives rise to entrepreneurial opportunity and innovative activity? How do innovators and entrepreneurs think about the world? How are organizations born and how do they grow? How can innovation and entrepreneurship address the major challenges facing the world? This course has three complementary pedagogical methods. Members of the Harvard Business School faculty will provide a set of interactive lectures using case studies that illustrate how for-profit and not-for-profit organizations recognize and capitalize on opportunities. Second, faculty members from around the University provide lectures on specific areas related to their expertise. Third, a set of group projects allow students to work in the field with sponsoring organizations is completed over the course of the semester.
Read more about the course in the Harvard Crimson.
Taxation is a Harvard Law School course.
This course focuses on the U.S. federal income tax and the policy considerations that inform the design of the tax, which has become an important governmental tool for influencing many aspects of modern American life. The course accordingly examines not only the concept of taxable income, but also how the federal government uses the tax to influence the behavior of taxpayers across the income spectrum. A principal goal of this course is also to teach students to analyze and apply a complex federal statute.
Global CEO Program for China (GCPC)
GCPC is a Harvard Business School Executive Education program.
To compete successfully in the global marketplace, CEOs must have strategic insights into important social, cultural, political, and economic factors that significantly influence business. Through an in-depth examination of these critical issues, you'll learn how to implement strategies that create a competitive advantage, facilitate executional excellence—equipping you to develop a world-class enterprise that succeeds in China and around the world.
Learn more about GCPC here.