In terms of the overall organisation of the economy, industrial production and operations are at the heart of competitiveness. For although products can be copied, factories or the organisational methods of operations are not so easy to imitate. Perhaps for this reason, the current debate regarding re-industrialisation is centred on industry's important role in the creation of innovation capabilities
Created in 1993, the ISEG Masters in Management and Industrial Strategy studies several topics related to economics and industrial organisation and innovation policies, as well as competitiveness and industrialisation. The degree aims to teach students how to solve complex problems regarding the organisation of value chains on a global scale. Throughout the degree, participants acquire skills for the optimisation of processes and operations, innovation and technology management, supply and logistics management, strategic management, internationalisation, the marketing of industrial networks, and quality management, as well as in how to analyse investments.
Over the years, we take pride in the fact that alumni from the ISEG Masters in Management and Industrial Strategy (GEI) occupy prominent roles in the best-known industrial and service companies.
The course will be taught in English starting in 2021/2022
The main objectives of the Masters in Management and Industrial Strategy are to educate professional managers who are well prepared for the new organisation of the economy, and for technological innovation, employing strategies of innovation, production, and operations. The degree aims to stimulate the perception of the organisation in economic structures and the interdependence of industry and services on a global scale, and also to teach students how to solve complex problems in the fields of technology innovation and the correct interpretation of the organisation of the value chain.
The Masters in Management and Industrial Strategy is designed to complete the 1st Cycle education in diverse subjects, such as Economics, Engineering, or Management. This Masters is taught after-hours, and provides a professional sepecialisation which ensures that those students who complete this degree enhance their job prospects and future career.
The degree aims to teach students how to solve complex problems related to the organisation of value chains on a global scale. Throughout the degree, participants acquire skills in the optimisation of processes and operations, innovation and technology management, logistics and supply chain management, strategic management, internationalisation, marketing B2B, quality management, and investment analysis.
About the School
The first school of Economics and Management in Portugal, ISEG belongs to the University of Lisbon, the largest Portuguese University. ISEG Lisbon is internationally recognized and accredited by AACSB ... Read More