Lausanne, Switzerland — Feb. 25
IMD, a global business school based in Switzerland, has announced plans to launch five new open-enrollment programs in 2013. These leadership-focused programs are designed to meet the ever-evolving needs of senior executives, including growing demands for insight on Asia.
The new programs are “The Leadership Challenge (TLC),” “The China Strategy Challenge (CSC),” “Organizational Learning in Action (OLA),” “Leading the Family Office (LFO)” and “Orchestrating Winning Performance (OWP) — Singapore.”
The Leadership Challenge
TLC will aim to help senior leaders face the dual challenge of getting results today and building capability for the future. The five-day program explores how to develop and execute a winning strategy that addresses both. It starts in May.
The China Strategy Challenge
In partnership with the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing, IMD has created a program for senior executives who need to acquire a better working knowledge of China. The four-day program aims to give participants an opportunity to network with and benefit from real-world experiences of Chinese CEOs. It starts in September.
Organizational Learning in Action
A five-day program, OLA aims to examine the complex field of corporate learning and helps executives align their learning strategy with their organization’s strategy to transform the learning function into a key driver of business growth. It starts in October.
Leading the Family Office
For families in business, LFO is a three-day program designed to help families determine the most appropriate structure and governance model to create and sustainably maintain a single family office. It starts in November.
Orchestrating Winning Performance — Singapore
A new edition of IMD’s largest and most unique global leadership program in Lausanne, OWP Singapore kicks off in November 2013 with a special focus on doing business in Southeast Asia or with companies from the region. For individuals or teams, OWP provides a variety of streams to best match specific business needs.