Academic and associative partners
Since 2013, the Haute Ecole de Gestion de Genève (HEG) has been offering a unique degree program in International Business Management. This program, entirely taught in English, covers the fundamental business management topics, with an international and intercultural emphasis. The final year elective courses tackle more specific areas of international business that are of particular relevance to the Geneva professional environment. The Business Decision Support concentration, offered in the last year of this Bachelor program, covers various analysis and management methods such as Business Analysis, Design Thinking and Agility. Students acquire tools and apply them in a real-life project in a partner organization. They also prepare for the ECBA exam given by IIBA. Under the supervision of the program chair Prof. Alexandre Caboussat, this specialization course is led by Mrs. Alexandra Marcoin-Karacsonyi (coordinator) and Mrs. Chrystel Dayer (teaching assistant), along with a pool of experts providing different business approaches.
Founded in 1993, the SMP is an independent non-profit association whose activity is centered on project management. It is aimed at all those who are interested in the world of the project. It has several hundred members, both companies and private individuals, all professionals in project management, active in the world of industry, economy, services, administration, universities and public and private training institutes. SMP is, in the French-speaking Switzerland, the main professional exchange platform for project management. It is resolutely open to the various references and methods that contribute to the development of the professions related to project management.
The Swiss Consulting Association (SCA) is a Geneva-based association whose main objective is to develop a network of consultants: Project managers, Business Analysts, Business Experts ... SCA is registered as IIBA EEP (Endorsed Education Provider) and offers courses to promote these different occupations. They encourage their members to obtain certifications recognized by the market (CBAP, CCBA, PMP, Prince2, ...). The Association also organizes exchange meetings with a twofold objective. On the one hand, keeping its members up to date on trends, market innovations and professional environments; on the other hand, to meet other people practicing the same profession by promoting exchanges and opportunities.
For more than 26 years, the ASO (Swiss Association of Organization and Management) has been committed to training and certifications as well as networking through the transmission of knowledge and experience between its members and practitioners.
ADI, Association of Graduates ISEIG, aims to enhance the professions related to the management of information systems. Its priority is to encourage meetings between members within the framework of the "Corners de table" to intensify the sharing of experiences. The "Corners de table" are conferences focusing mainly on the following subjects: IT governance, project management, service management, IT security.