Critical thinking from the humanities can seem at odds with technological and business development. The purpose of this course is to provide a space where knowledge from both sides can juxtapose in a fruitful dialogue, empowering the young generation of business elite. After taking this course, students will be better informed of the impact and contribution business might have on the discursive socio-cultural context. Based on this awareness, they will develop innovative strategies and learn to present their case persuasively.
Let students understand the definition and concepts of competitiveness, indicators used to measure firm, industry, and country competitiveness, and what are the strategies to increase competitiveness for a country. Major countries in the Asia-Pacific region are also evaluated.
Students are expected to know what enterprise information and knowledge system (EIKS), why EIKS, and how EIKS, specializing on the management use. Knowledge about how to develop a research proposal for the management use of EIKS is also covered (e.g. IS/KS used in marketing or IS/KS used in creation)
This course is designed to provide further understanding of the concepts of financial management, and to develop the usage of some tools to assist in the application of concepts. The primary focus will be on corporate investment, financing decisions, and multinational financial management. The course includes discussions of investment and financing decisions, valuation techniques, corporate control, corporate risk management policies, and multinational risk management. Through the lectures and discussions, students will develop skill in recognizing business problems in which financial theory is applicable and develop competencies in applying financial theory to corporate decision-making.