Business Mapping, Ethics & Corporate Governance
Business Mapping, Ethics & Corporate Governance
Corporate & Business Strategy
The Enabled Organisation
Accounting Basics & Financial Management
Marketing in the Digital Age
Leadership in the 21st century
Project Management in Everyday Business
Innovation & Creative Thinking
Linking it All Together - Preparing a business plan or a business analysis plan
The training course is intended for managers at all levels in all lines of service, owners of small and medium-sized enterprises and those who intend to start their own businesses.
The programme is most suitable for professionals with min. 3-4 years of experience who wish to deepen their understanding of business processes and strategy and enhance their managerial skills.
PwC Mini MBA programme comprises nine related sessions designed to offer insight into successful business strategies in the modern world. In the course of these sessions, we will try to provide a systematic framework and clear structure of organisation management, which will help participants to apply the acquired knowledge in their own organisations.
PwC's Mini MBA uses a mapping technique to explain interconnectedness of different segments of an organization. Mapping an organization and analysing it through a sequence, plays a significant role in comprehending the logic behind organisations, their structures and processes.
The initial session introduces the proprietary business map that serves as a roadmap for the remainder of the course, keeping the participants focused on how each individual business segment fits into the big picture, while the closing session pulls all the pieces into a whole.
The final day of the training programme is dedicated to solidifying the knowledge gained over the course of the programme. Participants get to work in teams on a Harvard business case that will address all aspects of planning, developing and implementing a business strategy, utilizing our proprietary business analysis map.
This is an important differentiating aspect of our programme: by linking all modules effectively into a whole, we train participants to move away from silo thinking and get into the habit of thinking about their everyday tasks in the context of the “big picture”. This contributes to better cooperation between different units and helps the overall business run more smoothly.
Please note that the programme is delivered in English.
1. Module 1&2 28/29/30 April 2020 (3 days)
2. Module 3 25/26 May 2020 (1,5 days)
3. Module 4 11/12 June 2020 (1,5 days)
4. Module 5 21/22 September 2020 (1,5 days)
5. Module 6&7 21/22/23 October 2020 (3 days)
6. Module 8&9 23/24 November 2020 (2 days)
Price per participant:
Standard price EUR 2,550 + VAT
Before 30 September 2019 EUR 2,350 + VAT
Dr Kiritsis is a lecturer at several MBA programmes at the several universities throughout Europe as well as at several PwC Academies. He is teaching topics such as Corporate Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, Innovation, HR and Marketing.
Dr. Constantine Kiritsis is Curriculum Development Expert for PwC’s Academy in Serbia, consultant & Professional Trainer for PwC in the CEE (for ACCA, CIMA, CIA) as well as Part Time Lecturer for the American College of Greece (MBA).
He is a consultant and International Curriculum Development expert for PwC’s Academy in Serbia and founder of StudySmart. He is also the former Head of PwC’s Academy in Greece and has done work with PwC’s Global Steering Committee for Private Company Services and was instrumental in developing curriculum, methodology and mapping procedure for PwC’s Mini MBA programme being offered in the CEE region & the Middle East in 10 countries.
His knowledge areas span from Business Mapping, business analysis, Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Corporate level training to developing programmes, career management and education, Professional qualifications (PQs) and teaching topics such as Corporate Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, Marketing and HR (for specialist qualifications (ACCA, CIA, CIMA, SHRM) and Universities (for the University of Surrey (UK), University of Strathclyde (UK), Henley Management School (UK), University of Nicosia (CY) and PwC Academies in Europe and the Middle East. Constantine has also been involved in corporate accounts training for well – known multinational firms such as Dell, Public S.A. Coca Cola, Brinks Security, Amana Constructions, Abu Dhabi FSC, Piraeus Bank, Alpha Bank, Eurobank, BAT, ICAP, Cosmos Business Systems, etc.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut (USA), a Masters and a PhD from the University of Surrey (UK), a Diploma in Corporate Governance from the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is a Fellow RSA UK, a Fellow of the Institute of Business Consultants UK, an Associate Member (AICA) of the International Compliance Association and a Senior Certified Professional from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM – SMP) USA.
Miro is an experienced Project Manager and internationally licensed trainer in Project Management
Miro presently holds a position of a Senior Manager responsible for managing PwC’s Academy in Serbia and coordination of PwC’s Academies in South-East Europe. He is a professional with over 20 years of experience in providing services within corporate, private and non-governmental sectors.
In the past he was working in the emerging markets of Central and Eastern Europe where he has gained a reputation for the quality of his management, organization and leadership of international, inter-disciplinary project teams on both private sector and donor funded development projects. His current focus is on business development and helping clients in various aspects of people development. He worked with clients in various industry sectors including banking, production, FMCG, public sector etc.
He delivered large number of project management and other management skills training in central and Eastern Europe and EU countries (Serbia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania and other countries in the region). Miro’s major clients include Banca Intesa, Tarkett, Nelt, Delhaize, Coca Cola, Lafarge, Schneider and many others.
He graduated from City University of Seattle and he is certified PMP (Project Management Professional).
Tim is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, a Member of the European Coaching and Mentoring Council and a Visiting Fellow at Bristol Business School
· Over thirty two years working as a facilitator and Learning and Development specialist
· Trained trainers and facilitators in over two dozen organisations
· Creative force behind a range of learning simulations, podcasts, video ‘triggers’ and web seminars.
· Respected advisor and coach to strategic leaders in a variety of sectors and industries
· Sparked and nurtured innovation-focussed, Action Learning programmes in over two dozen organisations in three countries
· Adviser to GSK Project Management Academy, PwC HR Academy (with the CIPD) and Morrison’s Coaching Leadership Academy
Tim is respected as a designer and facilitator of markedly effective learning events and has written extensively on team working, HR issues and leadership. He has developed a range of management learning simulations and web-based seminars for clients across EMEA and in the US. His most recent work has been with The Economist, The PricewaterhouseCoopers Academy, GlaxoSmithKline, the Council of Europe, AT Kearney, Dell, Microsoft, MolsonCoors, the Royal Navy, McCann IPC and UNICEF. In the banking sector, he has worked with the Bank of America, BancInter, CapitalOne, Abbey National and Barclays. He is retained by a small group of C-Level executives as a coach and leadership adviser.
He completed a Masters in Education in 1985 and a Masters in Business Administration at LBS in 1990. In 2010, Tim wrote the screenplay for the film ‘Hell’s Pavement’, which won three awards at the Beloit International Film Festival (including Best Film).
Lazar Dzamic is a lecturer in Digital Marketing at the Faculty for Media and Communications in Belgrade (FMK) and one of the foremost brand and marketing strategists in the region, with more than 20 years of strategic marketing experience in one of the most competitive markets in the world.
He is a former Head of Brand Planning in Google's creative think tank ZOO in London, where he created the strategy team and introduced to the industry two of the world’s first Creative Data Scientists. His mission at Google was to ‘turn light into heat’: a vast amount of Google data into surprising and deep insights for creating great brand stories. Prior to Google, he also served as a Strategy Director in several London creative agencies and was one of the first digital strategists in the United Kingdom. He worked on campaigns and programmes for some of the UK’s most loved brands such as Tesco, John Lewis, Waitrose, Virgin Holidays, Nando’s etc.
After his return from London, Lazar is a much sought-after trainer for digital marketing transformation, working with some of the biggest local and regional clients such as Telenor, Mercator, Adidas, Erste Bank and others. He is also a member of the Serbian Prime Minister’s Creative Council, advising on aspects of developing Serbia’s creative sectors.
He is the creative industries consultant for The European Bank for Development and Reconstruction, an ex-journalist, contributor to The Guardian and a best-selling author in Serbia. He is a regular speaker at global and regional conferences on topics of digital marketing and brand storytelling.