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Asian International Executive Programme

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Asian International Executive Programme

Senior Management Challenges in an Asian Context

Paddy V. Padmanabhan Programme Director

"Our goal is to change the way you think and the way you approach problems in an Asian context."

The Asian region has rapidly developing albeit volatile markets, changing regulatory structures and widely varying government systems. As such it presents managers with unparalleled challenges. The Asian International Executive Programme prepares executives for senior management challenges, helping make the transition from specialist to generalist a successful one.

Consistently set within an Asian context, this general management programme will provide you with frameworks for structuring your intuitive understanding of business fundamentals such as strategy, operations, finance, marketing, change management and judgement and decision making. In just two weeks, this intensive programme will sharpen your decision-making skills and broaden your knowledge of the Asian business environment.

Key Benefits

  • Greater insight into business fundamentals and confidence to lead across functions and geographical borders

  • Acquire a new approach to strategy, processes and up-to-date business models in an Asian context

  • Understand which business principles and practices are more or less universal and which need to be tailored to the Asian region.

  • Ongoing up-to-date information on issues faced in Asia through invitations to panel discussions after completing the programme 


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