Graduates from FIDM’s MBA program are equipped to compete in the global creative, consumer, and design-focused industries, whether entering the corporate world or undertaking an entrepreneurial venture.
Be your own boss. Create a new venture and accept responsibility for the outcome. Identify opportunities, create a business plan, allocate resources, and create value as the owner behind a company or organization.
Develop and communicate financial results, forecasts, financial strategies to senior management and cross-functional teams.
Develop, communicate and execute strategic financial plans and strategies that support the financial objectives of the organization.
Possess and present a clear understanding of forensic financial measurements and how the analyst impacts profitability.
Reconcile manipulation of inventory management to support and enhance forecasted sales structured to support achievement of financial goals.
Integrate various Management Information Systems into the logistics management strategy and operations of a business function. Focus on the application of systems in optimizing performance, measuring supply chain efficiency, project management and impact on profitability.
Direct merchandising function to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to align future financial and product opportunities for the organization.
Focus on how organizations source and analyze competitive intelligence data, and how the analyses result in information and insights that direct strategic financial planning and construction.
Responsible for the creation of strong brands, expanded consumer base, and both intangible value (top line) and profitability (bottom line). Analyze marketing strategies for products in their growth, mature and declining phases with a focus on optimizing return on marketing investment at all stages of the product life cycle.
Develop, communicate and execute strategic plans that support the financial objectives of the organization. Identify risks to, and opportunities for, the business’ growth strategy.
Identify, acquire, analyze, and evaluate timely and accurate information in the construction of supply chain management information systems, and how each element in the supply chain impacts gross margin.