Participants on the Managing Global Virtual Teams programme return to their roles with all the tools they need to manage more effectively. Working with peers who are typically drawn from up to 15 different countries, along with the INSEAD faculty, participants gain a truly global viewpoint. The programme covers the following themes.
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Participants take part in simulation exercises that replicate the dynamics of managing at a distance. Using video conference, email and phone calls from different corners of the campus, they receive feedback on their own personal managerial style.
Classroom sessions based on INSEAD research and real-life case studies will provide participants with a framework for decoding national differences, which enables them to explore the key dimensions of culture, tailored to their own experiences.
Participants leave the programme with an idea of how to turn geographical distance and cultural diversity into their team asset – by strengthening collaboration, promoting creativity, improving communication and sharpening decision-making skills within their virtual teams.