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The student is required to select one of the following electives:

LEADERSHIP, COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

The course focuses on three main elements of modern management that are vital for the effectiveness of every business/ organization: Communication, Public Relations and Leadership.

Organizational Communication is perceived in many different ways, forms and directions, and is approached in three levels, namely the individual, group and organizational level. This course emphasizes mainly the third (organizational) level.

Public Relations (PR) aims to create a positive image and mutual and trustful relations between an organization and its stakeholders (e.g., customers, shareholders, public and consumer groups). The course presents how PR programs are developed (steps, procedures, elements) based on the targeted stakeholders by using both, traditional means of communication and new media.

Leadership is associated with the so-called ‘soft factors’ of HRM that shape or influence the relations between a leader and his/her followers. The course is focused on the different approaches of study of leadership, and leadership processes and effects.

 

Team of Instructors: Kotzaivazoglou Iordanis, Tsiotsiou Rodoula

 

Special Topics in Commercial and Labor Law

The objective of this course is to provide the students with the fundamentals of Greek Commercial and Labour Law within the framework of the European Community Law.

Based on the knowledge that students acquire in this course, they will be able to a) recognize the characteristics of each legal entity, b) they will know how identify a legal entity (e.g. commercial companies, cooperatives, public organizations, european commercial companies etc), c) they will learn how to reorganize those entities by mergers, acquisitions take-over bids, scissions (splits) and transformations in order for them to survive and grow in a competitive global market environment and d) they will be exposed to the social consequences of the various entity reorganization forms on the employees and workers.

This course also emphasizes the personal development of the students in order to become responsible business managers with an understanding of business law.

 

Instructor: Xatzigagios Thomas

 

European Union The Prospects for the European Firm

Το μάθημα περιλαμβάνει δύο μέρη. Το πρώτο εξετάζει οικονομικά θέματα (απελευθέρωση εμπορίου, περιφερειακή ανάπτυξη, νομισματική σταθερότητα, αγροτική ενίσχυση και προστασία του ανταγωνισμού) τα οποία σχετίζονται με την Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση ως μέσου διευκόλυνσης εμπορίου και ως μέσου ανάπτυξης και οικονομικής σταθερότητας στον ευρωπαϊκό χώρο. Η ανάλυση παρακολουθεί την διαχρονική εξέλιξη της ευρωπαϊκής πολιτικής επί των συγκεκριμένων θεμάτων με σκοπό να διαφωτίσει τις εκάστοτε αλλαγές νοοτροπίας στην ευρωπαϊκή πολιτική. 

Αυτό το μάθημα αναλύει τις κύριες εξελίξεις στην ευρωζώνη και στην ενοποιημένη ευρωπαϊκή αγορά και τις επιδράσεις τους στις προοπτικές των ευρωπαϊκών επιχειρήσεων. Μέσα σ’ αυτό το πλαίσιο ιδιαίτερη έμφαση δίδεται στην νέα «ευέλικτη» ευρωπαϊκή επιχείρηση και στην διαδικασία προσαρμογής των ελληνικών επιχειρήσεων στο νέο ευρωπαϊκό επιχειρηματικό περιβάλλον.

 

Ομάδα Διδασκόντων: Κωνσταντάτος Χρήστος

 

Service Management

This is an introductory course in Service Management for MBA students. This course covers broad concepts, principles, and issues within the service management area, covering both technical and managerial aspects of the service industry. With regard to the latter, students will understand how outstanding service impacts all segments of the value chain. Beginning with the service encounter, service managers must blend marketing, technology, people, and information to achieve a distinctive competitive advantage. This course is principally designed as a lecturer-based class. In addition to lectures, however, this class includes case discussions and in-class presentations.

 

Team of Instructors: Andronikidis Andreas, Gotzamani Aikaterini

 

Tax Legislation (Tax Accountancy)

The Tax accountancy which deals with the application of tax legislation in the problems of enterprises, in the market and distribution of goods and services, in the recording of accountant makes according to the requirements of tax laws on the estimation of result and the attribution of taxes direct and indirect in the state, has aim the benefit of essential information in the executives, that is to say the persons that are found in the organism-enterprise and direct and check his operations. Aim of the course is also to transmit in the postgraduate students the beginnings, structures and processes of tax conscience, to teach the suitable tools of analysis of calculation of taxes, to interpret and to analyze the methods and techniques of determination of taxable profits with final objective, the governors of economic units (manager) they are in place to use the information of taxes on mapping out of future strategy of enterprise.

 

Intstructor: Ginoglou Dimitrios