We are living in a world experiencing rapid geopolitical and economic changes. While regional economies are becoming increasingly integrated, companies are more and more challenged by diverse cultural environments, varied market needs, international competitors, and technological and product innovation. To survive the competition of the 21st century, companies must continuously learn, adapt, and innovate as quickly as the world around them. More than often, they need to develop a business strategy in response to global competitors.
Global Executive Programs
New York Tech, in partnership with leading universities overseas, has developed a global executive program to prepare the top business executives for the global era, making them capable of building and leading world-class business firms in today's global environment.
New York Tech and Global Education
New York Tech is a leader in global education with campuses in Bahrain, Canada, China, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates. Furthermore, NYIT School of Management has various international programs at both graduate and undergraduate levels in China, including academic programs in cooperation with:
- Fuzhou University
- Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
- Nanjing University of Post and Telecommunications
- Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
- Tongji University
- Tsinghua University
Following its long-term strategic plan's global vision and maintaining a strong commitment to the Chinese market, New York Tech has been a strong proponent of global education through its collaboration with Chinese educational institutions.
Since 1955, New York Tech has emphasized career-oriented professional education, and its graduates can be found working at leading business corporations and organizations such as Disney, CBA, General Electric, Merrill Lynch, Bovis Architects, PepsiCo, Verizon, and the Metropolitan Transit Authority.
New York Tech President's Medal represents the institution's highest level of honor. Past recipients include Richard Riley, former U.S. Secretary of Education, and Bill Gates, former Microsoft chairman and CEO. In Mr. Gates' acknowledgement speech at New York Tech, he first introduced the concept of "I Generation" in discussion of the opportunities and challenges faced by the first generation of Americans to grow up with the Internet.
New York Tech's Partner in Shanghai, China
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), directly subordinate to the Ministry of Education, is a key university in China, jointly run by the Ministry and Shanghai Municipality. As one of China's oldest institutions of higher learning, it has earned international recognition as it continues on its path to becoming a first-class global university.
Today, SJTU has 20 academic schools with 60 undergraduate programs, 152 graduate degree programs, 93 Ph.D. programs, 16 post-doctorate programs, 16 state key doctorate programs, and 14 state key laboratories and national engineering centers. Its faculty body includes a good number of famous scientists and professors, including 22 academicians at the Academy of Sciences and Academy of Engineering, 31 "Changjiang Chair Professors," and more than 1,420 professors and associate professors. Its total enrollment of full-time students approaches 38,000-including 18,000 undergraduates and 18,100 candidates for master's and doctoral degrees.
The program targets board chairs, CEOs, general managers, and other executives in top management positions who are involved in the strategic management process.
Core Value of the Course
The program provides participants with the following benefits:
- A further understanding of the political, cultural, social, and economic impacts of globalization
- Ability to understand the critical issues in management and business operations in the context of China's macro environmental setting
- Knowledge of how to institutionalize the strategic management process to promote a firm's capability of continuous innovation and compete more effectively against industry rivals
- General knowledge and skills in finance, marketing, and management
- Better managerial decision-making processes
- Cultivation of managerial potential and improvement in leadership skills
- Maintaining and improving individual and organizational competitive advantages in a dynamic business environment
- Building bridges to the international business community, including to the Western marketplace