Published On: September 20, 2021|Categories: News|

Last week, 30 participants from the Advanced Management Programme, class of 2020 and 2021 visited the IESE Business School, Spain for their global module. The participants were a combination from Strathmore University Business School and Lagos Business School, Nigeria. The countries represented were Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana.

The global module comprises week-long sessions led by Faculty members from IESE Business School.  This module aims to give East African business leaders a global perspective of the business environment.

Apart from the class sessions, the global module also consists of simulation exercises and industry visits aimed at giving the participants insights into the European and global business landscape. This year, the participants visited one of the oldest wineries in the world, Torres Winery in Spain.

About  the Advanced Management Programme

The Advanced Management Programme is designed for CEOs and Directors in private and public sectors in the East African region, with at least 10 years of senior management experience. This Programme provides an invaluable opportunity to learn from high-calibre faculty members, interact with a group of senior-level peers and strengthen leadership skills. It further broadens your vision of the business, to accommodate the challenges and opportunities of today’s global business environment while emphasising the human and ethical roots of management. Learn more about the Advanced Management Programme.

By Juliet Hinga

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