Corporate training can help companies in crises respond to market threats and push well-established companies to think more creatively. Here are three tips for how organizations can take full advantage of corporate training and executive education.
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As the popularity of many regions in Asia surges among foreign students, it has now become a priority more than ever to launch India as a leading knowledge destination in the region which can draw and accommodate a much larger number of international students.
Succeeding as an entrepreneur requires going beyond creative solutions for profitable product-market combinations. Skills, and thus executive education, can and should take center stage in this regard.
Corporate-sponsored or initiated high-quality executive education keeps the workforce up-to-date as well as presents enormous benefits to the company in terms of employee motivation.
Dr. Andreas Jacobs says INSEAD's game plan is to focus on executing a digital strategy to get through hurdles.
Without endless curiosity, the willingness to be better and the aspiration to 'master' what you are naturally good at, no MBA or any other formal education will help.
The cost of an advanced degree, in money and time, is steep but the benefit is ongoing.
Trying to pick the best option as you move through the startup paces? Gain insights from someone who's been through both types of programs.