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MODULE E, SAN FRANCISCO: CORPORATE DIPLOMACY AND MANAGING GEOPOLITICAL RISK
Fri, 5 Aug 2016, 08:30 – Mon, 8 Aug 2016, 16:30 Pitcairn Time World (Pitcairn) Time
Professor: Cari Guittard
Course ID: 9356
This course will explore the variety of ways companies are actively engaged in corporate diplomacy activities – from geopolitical crisis response, rescue relief efforts and tri-sector negotiations to ‘corporate social action’ and economic development initiatives in emerging markets. The Corporate Diplomacy elective will build off of the Corporations and Global Society course as well as reinforce much of the key institutional knowledge that they will need to put into practical use and leverage throughout the various exercises and assignments for Corporate Diplomacy.
Further, this course deals with how an ever-changing international geopolitical and geo-economic environment is developing and how it impacts business and leadership. Topics include country and political risk in emerging markets and key countries of interest, influence of new power brokers, including IGOs, NGOs and coalitions, regional competition and collaboration, new regional versus global regulatory regimes (BASEL IV, etc.), tri-sector leadership, corporate diplomacy strategies, strategic communications, managing global reputations and branding cross-sector campaigns as well as the corporate role in shaping the global order.
*Terms and Conditions
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