March 6, 2017
GLOBIS announces Strategic Risk Management Executive Course with Eurasia Group
(Tokyo, Japan) GLOBIS University is partnering with Eurasia Group to offer a 2-day Executive Education Course on Strategic Risk Management this October. Faculty include Eurasia Group President and world-renowned security risk expert Ian Bremmer and Boston Consulting Group Senior Partner and Managing Director Takashi Mitachi.
Changes in the global political environment, as evidenced by Brexit and the 2016 US presidential election, can have sudden and massive impacts on economics and the global financial environment. Those changes, in turn, drive cycles of conflict and instability. Today, more than ever, success in the global marketplace demands an acute and educated understanding of the drivers and measures of political risk and its impacts.
“Global investors are increasingly aware that political factors play an important role in business success, but there are few options for executives to learn the tools for assessing and managing threats and opportunities,” said Mr. Bremmer. “This course will offer participants an invaluable lens through which to talk about risk and reward in some of the world’s most challenging markets.”
This course was previous offered at New York University (NYU) in 2016 and received high reviews from its students. Through courses such as Global Perspectives, GLOBIS University seeks to nurture global leaders, and this course, which brings together the expertise of both organizations, is aimed towards business executives in Japan.
Dates: Wed-Thu, October 25-26, 2017
Venue: Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University, 5-1 Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Target students: Corporate Upper Management (Senior Managers and above)
Course Capacity: 40 students
First-time early-bird discount: 280,000 JPY (registration until July 25)
Special first-time only price: 300,000 JPY (registration after July 25)
FYI: Price when offered at NYU $3980 (437,800 JPY; $1=110 yen)
Language: English (Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available)
Organizers: Eurasia Group and Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS University
Ian Bremmer President, Eurasia Group
Alexander Kazan Managing Director of Emerging Markets Strategy and Comparative
Analytics, Eurasia Group
Takashi Mitachi Senior Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group
More information and registration: http://www.globis.ac.jp/programs/executive/srm.html
President and founder of Eurasia Group. Ph.D. from Stanford University. Leading authority on geopolitical risk and markets. Advisor to head of states. Major publications include The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations?, Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World, and co-authored with Takashi Mitachi, The Age of Geo-Economics: Choices for Japan & the U.S. in a G-Zero World.
Managing Director of Emerging Markets Strategy and Comparative Analytics at Eurasia Group. Leader of quantitative approaches to political risk and framework for pricing political risk across emerging markets. Former investment strategist at Goldman Sachs and Daiwa Asset Management.
Senior Partner & Managing Director at Boston Consulting Group. MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School. BCG Fellow on the new frontier of risk. Major publications include Times of Changes and Abilities to Change; Auxiliary Lines for Management Thinking, and, co-authored with Ian Bremmer, The Age of Geo-Economics: Choices for Japan & the U.S. in a G-Zero World.
About Eurasia Group (http://www.eurasiagroup.net/)
Eurasia Group is the world’s leading global political risk research and consulting firm. By providing information and insight on how political developments move markets, we help clients anticipate and respond to instability and opportunities everywhere they invest or do business. Our expertise includes developed and developing countries in every region of the world, specific economic sectors, and the business and investment playing fields of the future. Headquartered in New York, we have offices in Washington DC, London, San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Singapore, and Tokyo, as well as on-the-ground experts and resources in more than a hundred countries. “Politics first” grounds our work: Politics is the lens through which we view the world, and we are committed to analysis that is free of political bias and the influence of private interests.
About GLOBIS University (http://www.globis.ac.jp)
GLOBIS University, previously GLOBIS’ original MBA program (GDBA) beginning in 2003, was established in 2006 as a corporation and converted to educational corporation in 2008. It celebrated its 10th anniversary in April 2016. Built upon its educational principles of fostering skill development, a human network, and personal resolve, it is committed to developing visionary leaders who create and innovate societies. There are campuses in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, and Fukuoka. The Part-time MBA (English) program was launched in 2009, and a Full-time MBA (English) program in September 2012, with students attending from around 15 countries each year. Total annual MBA enrollment–initially 78 students in 2006–reached 773 April 2016, the largest business school in Japan. GLOBIS University aims to become the No. 1 business school in Asia.
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