Global Network Courses are for-credit courses offered virtually by a member school open to students from throughout the network. The courses connect students from multiple member schools online for lectures and discussions, and collaborative team projects, developing teamwork skills and cross-cultural perspectives.

The courses can be thought of as small network online courses, or SNOCs. In contrast to the massive online open courses (MOOCs) offered by many institutions, in which unscreened participants have varying degrees of interest and capabilities, SNOCs enroll a select group of top-tier MBA students engaged in a common effort to build management skills.

By bringing together MBA candidates from member schools as part of their regular coursework, the courses harness the strengths of the Global Network on a daily basis.

Courses for Spring 2021 Offering School
Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship EGADE
Defining, Designing and Developing the Business Model (Business Model Innovation) Research & Design Reflective Playground EGADE
Global Financial Management EGADE
Corporate Finance EGADE
Agile Leadership ESMT
Global Health Policy and Management FGV
Conflict Resolution for Managers Hitotsubashi ICS
Topics in Business Ethics 1: Trans-cultural Ethical Leadership: Neuroscience, Artificial intelligence and ESG Hitotsubashi ICS
Topics in Operations Management 1: Operational Excellence – Japanese Perspectives Hitotsubashi ICS
Irrational and Rational Thinking and Judgment in Management HKUST
High Tech Entrepreneurship IE Business School
Responsible People Management IIMB
Digital Resilience IMD
Trade Agreements, the Institutional Arrangements for International Trade, and Globalization post-COVID INCAE
Global Strategic Management NUS
Business Model Innovation PUC
Pricing Strategies PUC
Financial Statement Analysis and Equity Valuation Renmin
Investments Renmin
Private Equity and Venture Capital SDA Bocconi
Environmental Shifts and Strategic Innovation Seoul National University
Business Ethics and Legal Issues Seoul National University
Cross-cultural Negotiation Seoul National University
Urban Resilience: Cities in a post-Covid19 world from crisis & recovery to reinvention & resilience UBC Sauder
The Future of Food and Agribusiness UCD Smurfit
Negotiating to Create Value UCT
Contemporary Issues in Development Finance UGBS
Business Policy and Case Studies UI
Intrapreneurship UNSW
Natural Capital: Risks and Opportunities in Global Resource Systems Yale SOM
Macroeconomic Implications of Globalization Yale SOM

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