Courses

Summer School 2019

Dates:  07 - 20.07.19

Main theme: Advanced Managerial Skills


HOW IS IT ORGANISED?
- 60 teaching hours (30 hours/ week)
- lectures, workshops, business simulation game
- 8 ECTS
- daily classes 9-14:30

 

ACADEMIC COURSES:

 

1) Doing business in digital economy - dr Mikołaj Klimczak

Course description: Markets in the digital economy are very different from traditional markets for tangible goods. Music, films, software, video games can be reproduced without incurring significant additional costs. Internet and digital media allow for easy and quick searching for content relevant and interesting for buyers and easy comparison of offers and prices. New types of services are emerging. The main objective of the course is to enable students to understand, analyze and make informed decisions related to the digital economy. This can only be done by getting to know the technological and economic background to the exchange within the digital economy. Students will learn about network effects, new business models, and pricing and product strategies. 

2) Design Thinking – a Problem Solving Framework - dr Monika Hajdas

Course description: Design thinking is about finding fresh, creative solutions to problems, in a way that puts people and their needs first. Instead of starting with a problem, design thinking starts with observation. It’s led by an understanding of the culture and the context of a problem (what people need), rather than the problem itself. Focused on listening, user empathy, whole-brain thinking, collaboration, and experimentation, design thinking can be applied in any field and business sector. It is a useful and universal skill that helps professionals collaborate in multidisciplinary teams on solving complex problems. This intensive two-day workshop will let you experience the whole process of this creative approach by immersing you in class discussions and team exercises. During workshop you will learn how to solve complex challenges through the process of structured design thinking.

3) Management in Practiceprof. Joanna Radomska 

Course descritpion: The course will be based on Marketplace simulation where students experiment with different strategies in an engaging game-like exercise. They launch new products to the market and manage the entire product life cycle, from introduction to growth to maturity. Learning content is gradually and purposefully introduced as the market evolves.

4) Basics of Logistics in SAP ERP - prof. Marek Kośny / dr Michał Jakubiak

Course description:  SAP is the world leader in enterprise applications in terms of software and software-related service revenue. Based on market capitalization, they are the world’s third largest independent software manufacturer. This course will educate participants on how master data and organizational data is maintained in SAP ERP. Participants will learn how to create, manage, report and use the master data in basics logistics processes.

 

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We would like to reserve the right of making some changes in the schedule. All the corrections will be announced.