Posted on Tuesday, December 7, 2010
To scale the corporate ladder in today’s competitive world, managers need to constantly update their knowledge base and hone their skill set in order to better adapt to a dynamic business environment. The focus remains on constant and continuous learning, unlearning, and relearning. Against such a backdrop, various executive learning programmes are gaining popularity among all levels of management. In Singapore, executives can reap the benefits of fine-tuned programmes with streamlined course contents, interaction with a class of fellow managers and top faculty from diverse backgrounds, as well as a global exposure.
Singapore provides some of the best options for those looking for executive education and leadership development. With leading foreign universities such as INSEAD, EDHEC, ESSEC, Chicago Booth School of Business, SP Jain Centre of Management and Cornell-Nanyang Institute of Hospitality (Hospitality), executive education in Singapore has raised the bar to unprecedented levels.
(Source: Times Ascent)
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