In this MOOC, you will learn how to better anticipate the future, and reinvent yourself and your activity accordingly.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to account for the broader context and the possible convergence of long-term trends, and thus be able to develop a long-term, consistent strategy and vision, beyond mere day-to-day tactics. Thanks to this approach and mindset, you will become more agile and more resilient in a highly complex and uncertain landscape.
In this class, you will not only learn the academic and theoretical aspects of strategic foresight, uncertainty and planning. We will also discuss very practical examples, ranging from a discussion on choosing the best outfit for a walk in the countryside to building a vision and strategy for a corporation as a CEO. In practical assessments, you will apply this broad approach to sample examples as well as to your personal and professional challenges.
So if you are an entrepreneur, this course will help you identify the new ideas, the new business model and/or the new products that will help you remain relevant in the future. If you are a manager or an executive, by taking this course, you will be able to test whether your current approach and allocation of resources are appropriate given tomorrow's possible challenges. More generally, all kinds of decision-makers who look to think more strategically about their position and seek to improve it will find this course useful to think about the future constructively.
Economics - Decision Science
Co-Director, HEC Paris Center for Geopolitics
Jeremy Ghez is an Affiliate Porfessor of Economics and International Affairs. He is also a Research Fellow at RAND Europe and the Editor of the Nouvelle Revue Géopolitique.
His research focuses on forward-looking and long range analysis, on U.S. and European foreign policy - Turkey in particular - and on Middle Eastern politics. His latest research has been published in RAND monographs as well as in Survival.
At HEC, he teaches in the EMBA, MBA and the Grande Ecole programs. Prior to joining HEC, Jeremy was a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation and a lecturer at Sciences-Po and HEC (Paris). Jeremy Ghez received his Ph.D. from the Pardee RAND Graduate School and his Master's from HEC (Paris) and the Paris School of Economics.
Coursera est une entreprise numérique proposant des formation en ligne ouverte à tous fondée par les professeurs d'informatique Andrew Ng et Daphne Koller de l'université Stanford, située à Mountain View, Californie.
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