the paristech-paris-est course in management for doctoral students (dpm) kicked off on january 21, 2013. both the faculty members, prof. gregory polletta and dean tawfik jelassi were very much acclaimed by all the participants. "i enjoyed the program a lot. i was listening all the time and did not want the class to end. it was worth it leaving my kids, my family and my country and spending such a crazy tough intellectual week at the enpc mba paris. thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of this program", said lina naouss, 2013 dpm program participant from lebanon who is currently working in beirut within the minister of finance (photo on right).
the enpc mba paris proposes a four-week course in management for doctoral candidates spread over four months (one week per month) that aims to give doctoral candidates a high-level introduction to business and management. the idea is to give specialized doctoral students from a wide range of schools and disciplines an overview of various aspects of business and management in an mba-style learning format which uses blended learning, problem-based learning, the case study method, group work, individual work, guest speakers, corporate visits as well as active participation of all students.
the objective is to help doctoral students acquire rapidly an excellent working understanding of business and management, including immediately applicable models, frameworks, tools, best practices and skills in order to better comprehend today's business challenges, increase employability and get on a fast-track to management positions.
in the framework of its program docteur pour l’entreprise, the paristech doctoral institute proposes to the phd students an intensive training in management. this training program, delivered in english, aims at developing and improving the phd students’ knowledge of business processes in an international context as well as their ability to process technological innovation, to act in a management process, to apply marketing’s fundamental techniques, and to cooperate in a business communication strategy.
paristech and paris-est have entrusted the enpc mba paris with the organization of its course in management for doctoral participants which consists in 150 contact hours.
the 2013 session of the course in management is spread over 4 weeks as follows: