Business Academy Management
Management (Level II) takes students through all the analytic skills needed to understand a business problem and find solutions (for example lack of profits to market penetration with a new product). The program also introduces different case questions: profit and loss, market sizing, entering a new market, and mergers and acquisitions. In the end, students, in teams, will have worked on real-world cases from a business where they can showcase their skills. This is a 16 hours program completed over two consecutive weekends.
What you will learn:
Gain a deeper understanding of corporate problems and how to tackle them effectively with a sound business logic
Think like a consultant by learning how to be a business optimizer and problem solver
Analyze the criteria for a successful launch of a new product, penetration of a new market, and the generation of positive cash flows for companies
Manage the logistical and operational components of a firm by diving into actual Harvard Student Agencies case studies
Interpret corporate income statements and balance sheets to understand the performance of a firm in the stock market and industry
What is program structure?
- 16 Hours
- 2 Consecutive Weekends
- Saturday & Sunday EST
- Online via Zoom
What will I receive?
- Insights into professional fields through a dynamical educational experience
- An affordable product allowing students from all walks of life to participate and to be inspired toward certain career paths
- Lasting connections to Harvard student instructors.
What are the Takeaways?
- Certificate upon program completion
- Final creative project which applies all content learned
What is "The Academies?
A space designed for secondary school students to learn about topics they have an interest in or explore. This learning environment provides learners with hands-on experience, an elite curriculum, and insights from a Harvard undergraduate.