Global Perspectives

Course Objectives

“Global Perspectives” are becoming increasingly important for world-class leaders wishing to succeed during these times of accelerating cross-border activities. GLOBIS defines Global Perspectives as the ability to perceive events in terms of global dimensions and to do so with a sense of ownership and responsibility.

Global Perspectives involve three key components:
1. Perceiving the global situation accurately and based on a macro point of view
2. Recognizing your county, your company, and yourself objectively within this context
3. Envisioning the future based on past and present events

This course will cover macro environmental analysis, including dimensions of National and International Policy, Economics, and Society. Students will develop the “Global perspectives” necessary for businesses to create and execute corporate strategy.
The course includes a “lateral approach” for dealing with decision making and dilemmas facing leaders at the country, regional, and international level of organizations enabling participants to develop perspectives that are both varied as well as multidimensional.

This course targets students who wish to develop a global view essential for global leaders.

 

Course Details

Programs: Full-time MBA, Part-time & Online MBA
Discipline: Global/Asia/Japan
Course Level: Specialized Course
Required/Elective Course: Elective Course
Number of Credits: 1.5
Report: Day 4
Hours Per Class: 3 hours
Class Capacity: 35

 

Recommended Preliminary Courses

-Critical Thinking

 

Theme/Reading Materials

(*The themes and cases shown below are subject to change)

Day 1
Session A
THEMEFramework for Environmental Analysis
CASESingapore
Session B
THEMETechnology and National Regulation
CASEUber 21st Century Technology Confronts 20th Century Regulation
Day 2
Session A
THEMEThe Fundamental Structure of a State 
CASE・Constructing a Nation: The US and Their Construction, 1763-1792
Session B
THEMEThe Fundamental Structure of a Nation (Continued)
CASE・Russia: The End of a Time of Troubles?
 
Day 3
Session A
THEMEGrowth Strategies of Developing Countries
CASE・China: Facing the 21st Century
Session B
THEMEGrowth Strategies of Developing Countries (Continued)
CASEIndia 2014: The Challenge of Governance
 
Day 4
Session A
THEMERegional Economic Blocs and National Strategy of a Developing Country
CASE・Brazil: Embracing Globalization?
Session B
THEMERegional Economic Blocs
CASE・ Europe: An Ever Closer Union?
 
Day 5
Session A
THEMEChallenges facing the Middle East and Africa
CASE・Saudi Arabia: Getting the House in Order
Session B
THEMEChallenges facing the Middle East and Africa (Continued)
CASE・Foreign Direct Investment and South Africa (A)
 
Day 6
Session A
THEMEJapan: A Forerunner Facing Emerging Global Problems
CASEJAPAN 2010: THE LOST YEARS
Session B
THEMEGlobal Challenge 
CASEN/A

 

Reference

"Mankiw, N. Gregory. 2020. Principles of Economics. 9th revised ed. South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. ISBN-10: 0357038312 / ISBN-13: 978-0357038314"

Faculty

Takuro Ueno
Takuro Ueno
Global/Asia/Japan
COURSES:
Global Perspectives
Toru Takahashi
Toru Takahashi
Accounting and Finance, Global/Asia/Japan
COURSES:
Global Perspectives
Essentials of Finance
Philip Jones
Philip Jones
Global/Asia/Japan, Innovation
COURSES:
Business Transformation through Innovation
Globalization of Asian and Japanese Companies
Strategic Reorganization
Global Perspectives
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