Global Management at Sea Unit 1. Tourism and Hospitality Management 1.1. Tourism Management at Sea. Ports of Call. Excursions. Cultural Tourism 1.2. Hospitality Management at Sea. Hotel Services. Food and Beverages Unit 2. Ship Management and Careers at Sea 2.1. Cruise Ships Management 2.2. Cargo Ships Management 2.3. Tall Ships Management 2.3. Careers at Sea. Maritime industries. Coast Guard and Navy. Sea Scouts Unit 3. Information Systems and Communications at Sea 3.1. Information Systems at Sea 3.2. Communications at Sea. Internet at Sea Unit 4. Environmental, Weather, and Health Management at Sea 4.1. Environmental Management at Sea 4.2. Weather Management at Sea 4.3. Health Management at Sea Unit 5. Port Management and International Logistics 5.1. Port Management. Port Services. Pilots. 5.2. International Logistics Online courses: Global Management, International Business, Management of Information Systems Keywords: #SemesterAtSea, #SpringBreak #SpringTerm #SummerTerm #DrLepervancheCampus #DrLepervancheCampusAtSea
Online courses: Global Management, International Business, Management of Information Systems
Summer term is winding down and it is time to extract the lessons we are going to carry to next term. Change Management continued as one of our main topics. We have to plan for changes based on our priorities, values, and beliefs. We have to be ready for unexpected changes that can impact our personal and professional life. Our actions, talks, and thoughts should be an example to others in our circles of influence. We live in one globe that we have to protect. We should embrace sustainability actions to build a better world. The UN Sustainable Development Goals are a good set of global goals to add our contribution and make it happen. The more we travel, the more we learn about others. Share your learning experiences and influence others to know more our planet.
During Summer 2019 more than 40,000 Scouts from more than 150 countries attended the 24th World Scout Jamboree in the USA. Former UN Secretary General and Scouter from Korea Ban Ki-moon challenged Scouts to be Global citizens, be champions of the Sustainable Development Goals, and be agents of climate change. We want to combine his recommendations with our lessons in our courses. We continue enhancing our formal and non-formal educational methods to improve higher education management programs. Our digital leaders of the future are already leading their youth groups in their countries. Be prepared.
How to be prepared to influence the instant knowledge generations to be engaged global learners
by Prof. Jose G. Lepervanche Valencia
“How to be prepared to influence the instant knowledge generations to be engaged global learners” includes professional and personal experiences in managing changes in business, countries, careers, education, and personal life. It shares innovative methods to use emerging technologies for global and multigenerational learning.
4th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’18)
June 20 – 22, 2018 · Valencia (Spain)
This conference is an excellent forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas, experiences, opinions and research results relating to the preparation of students, teaching/learning methodologies and the organization of educational systems.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topic areas:
How to be a global learner using the Global Learning Opportunities Building Engagement (GLOBE) educational model. GLOBE is used in the following courses: Selected Topics in Management, International Business, Management of Information Systems, Strategic Management, and Global Management.
How can you impact your local community by contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals)? What activities are you using in your workplace to connect with others and to engage in global opportunities? What strategies are you adding to your professional and personal life to be a global learner and a global performer? Be a global learner.
17 Goals to Transform Our World Governments, businesses and civil society together with the United Nations have started to mobilize efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda by 2030. Universal, inclusive and indivisible, the Agenda calls for action by all countries to improve the lives of people everywhere.In 2015, countries adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
In 2016, the Paris Agreement on climate change entered into force, addressing the need to limit the rise of global temperatures. Explore this site to find out more about the efforts of the UN and its partners to build a better world with no one left behind.