Master in Business Administration (MBA) - Competences
The program fulfills students’ need to gain a more comprehensive overview of the company and further develop the necessary skills to lead their teams in a complex, changing global environment and take part in strategic decision-making. It also enables students to customize the program based on their professional/personal interests by allowing them to design an ad hoc track to cover the training requirements of leaders in functional areas, current and future professional sectors and new areas of knowledge that arise in the current changing global environment in which companies operate.
The MBA program is designed for executives and senior managers in any functional area and managing directors who want to update their knowledge of management and management skills, and their business outlook by adapting to the changes demanded by society and the market.
Our goal is for managers taking this master to become strategists, architects of their organization and leaders who can get the most out of each member of the teams of professionals they are responsible for.
- People development: To provide training and opportunities for collaborators in order to improve their skills while correcting aspects subject to improvement, providing recognition and expressing positive expectations regarding their abilities.
- Strategic and business vision: To evaluate a situation with an understanding of all of the company’s business processes and recognizing the best value-added proposals that allow the company to get ahead of trends in the industry and market.
- Customer orientation: To identify, anticipate, understand and satisfy market needs, specifically those of internal/external clients, by aligning their interests with the goals of the company.
- Management of critical situations: To be able to facilitate and collaborate on the management of incidents and situations that involve changes within the organization, and be able to anticipate them when necessary.
- Leadership: To manage collaborators so that they effectively achieve the best results, get them involved, generate commitment to goals and promote their development.
- Management and foresight skills: To establish effective, organized actions, resources, deadlines and monitoring indicators to successfully achieve individual and group goals within a specific time frame.
- Analytical and decision-making skills: To identify and connect the information needed to thoroughly examine problems and situations by quickly and accurately choosing the option that best meets the needs of the situation.
- Results orientatio: To act quickly and precisely to reach advantageous agreements with third parties in order to obtain good results for your organization and team.
- Teamwork: To collaborate effectively with other people and groups by establishing fluid communication and an effective working relationship to achieve common goals.
- Communication: To understand and make yourself understood by others in different contexts by clarifying situations and impacting people.
- To develop a strategic vision of the company and the role of manager.
- To analyze and summarize to systematically and realistically identify the factors that generate problems and opportunities in the current global environment.
- To make decisions in the context of day-to-day company situations and new challenges in the current global environment.
- To come up with innovative alternatives and evaluate them.
- To manage people by effectively assuming a position of leadership over teams with members of highly diverse geographic, academic and cultural backgrounds by encouraging the integration and commitment of the professionals on the team.
- To manage multiple tasks simultaneously with tight deadlines and plan for changes in the organization by involving all the agents involved.
- To manage and plan while taking into account the basic concepts of organizational behavior.
- To submit your own ideas with conviction and have them accepted by the people who will participate in developing them.
- To accept the ideas of others that complement your own perspective and that help find the best solution to a problem.
- To contribute your ideas to the growth and improvement of the organization where you work.
- To develop decision-making skills and the entrepreneurial spirit.
- To update the knowledge of the discipline to analyze and evaluate situations with the aim of producing high-quality work.
- To form part of multidisciplinary and multicultural teams to reach shared goals in a context of diversity.
- To work actively in an international context.