At the College of Business students hone the skills necessary to confront the challenges of modern, international business. Business students begin their training with in-depth preparation in quantitative skills through coursework in all business related subjects. As top-managers are even more likely to derail through a lack of soft skills rather than quantitative skills, you will receive cutting edge training in Management, Leadership, and the competitive skills of Marketing and Strategy.
In an effort to prepare our students to move beyond mid-level management positions into the executive suite, students will engage in course work that help them understand the broader social and natural environment in which business operates. Through such a well rounded education, Alfaisal business students become not only leaders of profitable family enterprises and public corporations but, also, capable societal leaders contributing to the growth and development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region.
If it was easy to learn to manage one's own mindset, motivation, and goal-directed behaviour, executive coaching would not have been used extensively by leading organisations across the world to provide their leaders with a winning edge..
Maurice J. Murphy, Instructor of Management in the College of Business recently had his paper entitled "Corporate Political Activities in Saudi Arabia: A Strategy Influence Model" accepted to the Academy of Management Conference, which is being held in Vancouver, BC, Canada August 7-11, 2015. Jason B.