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  • There are 24 campuses in the California State University System with more than 375,000 students. These universities are the engines of economic change for the most populous state in America. They produce most of the state’s teachers, nurses, scientists and other professionals in more than 100 disciplines. Only four of these universities produce more master’s degree graduates than Cal State Hayward. (914 in 1998)
  • The global influence of our School of Business is evident in our executive MBA programs in Vienna, Moscow, Beijing and Hong Kong. We also offer an international MBA program through a university in Paris.
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  • 1. GLOBUSTRAT PROJECT OVERVIEW: THE STRATEGIC FOCUS OF THE GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGIC CONSULTING PROGRAM Shyam J. Kamath, Ph.D . and Guido Krickx, Ph.D. School of Business and Economics California State University, Hayward Hayward, CA
  • 2. The California State University System 23 Universities 400,000 Students Hayward
  • 3. California State University, Hayward
    • Part of the largest University system in the United States
    • Founded in 1957
    • Mission is to provide academic excellence to a diverse worldwide community
    • Established programs on four continents
    • Over thirty global partners
    • Top accreditation in USA
    • School Of Arts, Letters, And Social Sciences
    • School Of Education
    • School Of Science
    • School Of Business And Economics
    • 14,000 Students --- 78% undergraduates
  • 5. School of Business & Economics
    • Undergraduate program has over 3500 students
    • Domestic MBA program has over 650 students
    • Executive MBAs in overseas programs number 500
    • Programs are accredited by AACSB
  • 6. A School of Business With A Global Reach Hong Kong Singapore Sao Paulo Vienna Moscow Beijing
  • 7. Transnational Executive MBA: Minimum Criteria
    • Minimum of 5 years of managerial/technical experience
    • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience
    • Current employment in a managerial position
    • Regularly taking on increasing responsibilities
  • 8. Transnational Executive MBA: Average Participant
    • Average age: 40 Years
    • Average experience: 16+ years
    • Positions from Senior Engineer to Director
    • Countries represented: 7-12
    • Average GMAT: 540
  • 9. Transnational Executive MBAs work for Companies like:
    • Chevron
    St. Jude Medical Charles Schwab FBI IBM Huthwaite Xerox Autodesk UAL Clorox
  • 10.  
  • 11. Evolution from Marketing Consulting to Strategic Consulting: Over 65 companies and 75 products in Nine Countries 1988-2001
  • 12. 2002 GLOBUSTRAT Companies and Projects
    • Bibi Shoes – Strategic Market Entry and Organization Study for the US and European Market for Children’s Shoes
    • Butzke – US Market Study for Outdoor Patio Furniture
    • Condor – Strategy Study for Industrial and Consumer Brushes for the NAFTA Region
    • Rohden – Global Strategy Study for Wooden Doors
    • TEKA – Strategic Distribution and Supply Chain Study for Textiles
  • 13. Project Deliverables
    • Global Industry Analysis, Market Demand and Best Practices Analyses
    • Competitor Profiles and Competition Analysis
    • Primary and Secondary Research Methods
    • Strategic Recommendations to Mgmt.
    • Formal Presentation and Research Report
  • 14. Primary and Secondary Research Methods
    • Primary Research: Global/National Sample Surveys, Focus Groups, Expert Interviews, Mall Intercept Studies, Trade Show Interviews, Delphi Surveys, Competitor Surveys, Technology Forecasts, Alliance Research
    • Secondary Research: Library Research, Database Research, Internet Research, Trade Association Studies, Government and International Organization Studies, Investment Reports
  • 15. Modus Operandi of Teams
    • Teams of 3-5 members each
    • Composition of teams a mix of functional, product/technology and global skills
    • Teams organize into Consulting Cells
    • Phased development of research reports
    • Paced research strategy
    • Self-organized and managed teams
    • GLOBUSTRAT Excellence Award
  • 16. Transnational Executive MBA (TEMBA) Program California State University, Hayward The Global EMBA Program