International Organizations Management: Online course

International Organizations Management


International Organizations Management is a free online course conducted by the University of Geneva. This course is a part of the Challenges in Global Affairs Specialization.

About the course

This course is designed to provide students with (1) basic notions of the practice of international relations (2) a general overview of the management challenges international and not-for-profit organizations are faced with as well as key theoretical frameworks and practical tools for managers to excel in this environment.

Course Syllabus

Week 1: Introduction to International Organizations and NGOs (Julian Fleet)

Week 2: The Shifting Context for International Organizations (Stefan Mergenthaler and Sebastian Buckup)

Week 3: Public Private Partnerships (Gilbert Probst and Lea Stadler)

Week 4: Leadership in the UN System (Bruce Jenks)

Week 5: Marketing & Fundraising (Claudia Gonzalez and Cassandra Quintanilla)

Course Sessions

November 10, 2014 - December 15, 2014

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