BE AN EMBA FOR A DAY: 11-14 April

International Business & Cross-Cultural Negotiation Game

Have an espresso, take a tour of our Executive center, and talk with your future professors and current program participants.

When: 11,12,13,14 April 

Thursday 10:30 – 18:00

Friday, Saturday 8:30 – 18:00

Sunday 8:30 – 12:30

Where: USI, Executive Center

Course: International Business, Professor Francesco Ciabuschi

Increase the knowledge of international business

Learn to understand problems and phenomena related to internationalization and the management of multinational corporations.

Learn about:

Strategy and international growth
Globalization and internationalization process
Foreign market entry modes and direct investment
Multinational strategies and structure

Francesco Ciabuschi

Francesco Ciabuschi is Professor of International Business at Uppsala University’s Department of Business Studies.
He has been also deputy head of department and director of research. He has a Ph.D. in International Business from Uppsala University. He teaches at the undergraduate, graduate, executive MBA, and doctoral programs. He is also a Graduate and Ph.D. thesis supervisor.

Cross-Cultural Negotiation Game

When: 11 April

Where: USI, Executive Center

What: Cross-Cultural Negotiation Game, with Professor Natasha Munshi from Silicon Valley

Simulation with the American students of Saint Mary’s College of California

Natasha Munshi

Natasha Vijay Munshi received her doctorate degree in strategy, environment, and organization (SEO) in 2003 from the University of Pittsburgh, USA. Dr. Munshi also has a Masters degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and an MBA degree in Management and International Business. She has taught at a number of institutions in the USA, Europe, and China on courses ranging from capstone strategy, strategic management of technology and innovation, business ethics, and international business at the undergraduate, graduate (MBA, EMBA) and Ph.D. levels. She has also consulted for non-profit organizations in strategic planning and new product development and worked in the biomedical sciences industry. Her publications int he areas of strategy, innovation, and corporate social responsibility include a guest editorship on the topic of social innovation in the Journal of Asia-Pacific Business among others articles in Organizational Dynamics, Journal of Business Strategies, Business and Society Review and Thinking Skills and Creativity.