So, why humour? The late journalist Eric Sevareid said, “Next to power without honour, the most dangerous thing in the world is power without humour.” Our goal is to pin you down and not let you leave Stanford without a healthy dose of humanity, humility, and intellectual perspective that only humour can bring.
This programme is designed by Nanyang Business School, Singapore for individuals in any industry whose success depends on accurate knowledge about consumers. You will acquire in-depth knowledge about how the new tools in the field of consumer neuroscience or neuromarketing” – the fastest growing sector in market research - are being applied at all stages of the brand journey, to capture consumers’ implicit or subconscious feelings, biases and beliefs about products, brands and marketing messages.
XLRI, Jamshedpur has developed a new course on, how to design reward programs that help organizations recognize potential and motivate performance. Participants can understand how reward programs are generally designed, aligned to organizational strategy and how it can be utilized for various different objectives of the organization.
Directors today play a vital leadership role. A Director’s activities can be diverse, including oversight of the firm, performance reviews, budget and salary approval, managing relations with a growing stakeholder base, and playing a role in the M&A process. Today, directors must also consider a host of emerging challenges that impact the firm and its customers. Sustainability, globalization, and evolving business models in response to digital technologies are just a few of the challenges.
The engagement of NSAGs is a critical and unavoidable subject since they frequently feature largely in peace negotiations and other facets of international work. The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and tools to achieve successful results when NSAGs are involved. With expert practitioners and vetted NSAG representatives contributing their insider insights, the course covers the hows and whys of engaging with NSAGs with a uniquely credible grounding in field reality.
The Law Society rightly points out, “Lawyers provide information services, and effective communication skills are a hallmark of good lawyers. Because lawyers have sworn a professional oath, they are expected to communicate at a higher standard than members of the general population.”
As a wealthy individual, you are working to protect and grow your wealth, enjoy financial security, and build a lasting legacy. Effective investment management is critical, of course, but successful wealth management is an integrated and strategic discipline which also includes tax, estate planning, philanthropy, governance, and family culture. Each family's situation is unique, and no one solution will suffice for all.
A dynamic health care industry is driving the need for physicians who can take on a wider range of responsibilities and successfully navigate higher and more complex levels of leadership. A diverse and increasing number of individuals seek quality health care today; while health care expenditures are rising, the movement toward value-based care accelerates.
Today CFOs are required to juggle multiple portfolios: strategic leader, investor relations manager, moral conscience and risk manager. In Asia, where family firms and government organizations dominate, conducting business also presents its own unique challenge and opportunities.
In the Executive HR program, you will develop strategic thinking and understanding of the future of work, and the capacity to apply your knowledge to human resource management in your organization and to your own leadership and influencing skills. The instructors in the program are top professors who use interactive learning methods and emphasize the dialogue between theory and practice.
S.P Jain Institute of Management & Research and the Times Centre for Learning Ltd. (TCLL) have jointly announced a ‘Programme in Strategic Media & Entertainment Management’ (PSMEM) for working executives to help meet the growing demand for managerial talent in the media and entertainment sector.
It has been estimated that the wrong hire costs 1.5 times that person's annual salary. To a great extent, use of valid selection tools minimizes such costs.
The Owner Managers Programme (OMP) is designed for owners/managing directors of small and medium scale organisations.
In today’s highly competitive markets, increasing numbers of companies realise that building strong relationships with key accounts is crucial to success.
At a time when leadership requires less emphasis on giving orders and more of a focus on building consensus, personal persuasiveness and the ability to negotiate effectively have become critical skills for success.
Emotions are the most powerful resources we have. Experiencing emotions and expressing them appropriately is a crucial competence that enhances effectiveness of a leaders in the organizational context.
In today's education system, the need to establish a culture of collaboration and accountability is greater than ever. Through a partnership between Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, this leadership development programme was established to help leaders from urban school systems drive improved performance by applying proven management concepts to the unique challenges of their districts.
Explore the intersection of innovation, technology, and business, and learn to drive strategic change across your organization.
This programme will enhance understanding necessary to create and manage fashion and lifestyle brands both products and services. It is a programme, which will address industry trends in lifestyle and fashion products and services and will offer better appreciation of the consumer of buyer behavior in the digital age.