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Qualifications MBA Programmes

Final qualifications Business School Netherlands MBA Programmes

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1. Strategic policy development

Design or contribute to a challenging organisational strategy based on conceptual and visionary skills, while taking into account recent and future developments. Formulate and implement future plans in a way that engenders support both inside and outside the organisation.

2. Improving/developing work processes
Independently develop and/or improve an operational process showing evidence of insight into research methods as well as work processes, the result leading to tangible improvements in efficiency, quality, flexibility and sustainability of the organisation.

3. Developing/implementation policy and year plans
Contribute to, develop and realise policy goals for the organisation, related to organisational dilemmas or challenges,  keeping in mind the connection between strategic, structural and cultural aspects of the organisation and anticipating possible future changes (internal and external).

4. Entrepreneurialism
Develop and utilise business opportunities for new and existing products and services, while motivating and supporting a pro-active entrepreneurial mindset amongst colleagues and employees. Be able to assess and take risks.

5. Leadership
Be able to evaluate the impact and quality of ones  personal style of leadership – at any point in time and within any context – and show ability to anticipate in a way that co-workers continually receive correct guidance, motivation and empowerment to fulfil their responsibilities to the best of their abilities.

6. Policy making
Be able to integrate relevant scientific insights, theories and practical concepts based on which, new insights and solutions can be generated so as to deal with complex multidisciplinary problems. Be able to present these in a convincing manner and ensure efficient implementation.

7. Ethical responsibility
Justify ones own actions based on a professional attitude showing knowledge of normative cultural aspects, respect for others and gratitude towards the society and community. Create conditions to enable this responsibility in general and stimulate it internally.

8. Cooperation
Integrate relevant knowledge and skills suitable in any possible position within an organisation or team; contributing to growth (individually and as a group) and to the realisation of set goals.

9. Communication
Be able to convey information and conclusions in a clear, convincing matter and if needed, make suggestions and provide developed implemention plans. Chose the best means of communication based on target audience; type of information and anticipated impact. Show ability to correctly decode received messages, whatever the chosen communication method.

10. Analytical skills, information processing and problem-solving
Supervise problem-solving teams; adhere to structured policy making processes and challenge team members to participate along the way. Make use of relevant theories and ensure sufficient acceptance in the implementation of decisions.

11. Learning and personal development
Integrate existing knowledge with new, complex and abstract information from multiple sources. Take responsibility for the further development of learning experiences and reflect thereon. Determine where there is room for improvement and independently design a learning process to achieve this improvement.

12. International awareness
Analyse relevant, complex patterns and trends in the international world of business. Be able to give advice and indicate opportunities (and possible failures) for successful international business, based – albeit partly – on this analysis. If needed, take responsibility for realising the desired outcome.

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