Team Work

During each term, students form work groups for the duration of the course. This ensures that students bring a variety of academic backgrounds and real-life experiences to the tasks assigned. By effectively aligning innovative thinking with educational resources, team members can learn to leverage their leadership and interpersonal skills:


What is your perspective on the issue and what is your role within the unit? Which strengths can you mobilize and how can you optimize your input?

Action Plan:

What are the challenges involved? What processes need to be identified, analyzed and understood? Which operational strategies and tools are needed?


How do you translate an idea into a tangible result? What are effective negotiating and team-building techniques? How do you profile your strategic plan and promote team output?

Teams will be required to formally organize their units. Students are encouraged to switch roles between projects.

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Business German Program
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