Strategy, Innovation, and Management Control
The Master in Strategy, Innovation, and Management Control prepares tomorrow's executives for their role as organizational leaders. The program combines theory, practice, and instruction in relevant social skills, for an integrated approach to organizational leadership. Great emphasis is placed on developing the ability to identify new entrepreneurial opportunities and, based on that ability, creating strategies for achieving sustained success.
The 21st century is characterized by challenges that are unique in the history of mankind. Technological advances and social developments, together with a high level of interconnectedness due to globalization and the continuous expansion of the Internet are dramatically changing the world's dynamics. Change is happening faster, in a more complex way, and occurs on a more profound level. As a result, management tasks have never before been as demanding as they are today.
Simultaneously, entrepreneurial opportunities have never before been as great and diverse as now. For executives to operate effectively in this promising yet risky economic environment, they need to be equipped with a broad range of knowledge, techniques, and skills. Tomorrow's leading executives will have to combine know-how in the areas of strategy, innovation, organization and change management, and have profound knowledge of how to manage and control business from a financial perspective. They will need analytic and creative skills, to think and act as entrepreneurs.
The Master in Strategy, Innovation, and Management Control offers a profound education to develop these necessary skills. The international oriented program combines theory, practice, and social and intercultural skills and bridges the gap between strategic management and entrepreneurship.
possibilities for a double degree
Selected students have the possibility to gain a double degree at one of 4 renowned partner universities. All SIMC students can spend a semester at one of WU's 120 partner universities for graduate students.
areas of electives
Set your own direction
The flexible structure of the program does not only allow students to study abroad but also makes it possible to individualize their acquired qualification. Therefore, students choose 4 electives from a broad range of 5 different areas.
countries students coming from
Diverse student body
The international orientation of the program is complemented by students of up to 30 different nationalities and international guest lecturers in various courses and areas.
Management tasks have never been as demanding as they are today. Our SIMC master program prepares tomorrow’s executives for their role as organizational leaders. The program combines theory, practice, and instruction in relevant social skills, for an integrated approach to organizational leadership.
Prof. Werner Hoffmann, SIMC Academic Director