Module II of Program for Management Development and Executive Healthcare Management Program came to a close on Friday 25th May 2012 at SBS. The five-day modules introduced the much needed dynamism in the business environment preparing the participants to operate in their leadership level towards achieving high performance.
Module II of the Program for Management Development which is designed to prepare senior management potentials for levels of greater responsibility equipped the participants with the necessary tools needed to take up challenges and decisions. The theme of the module titled Getting ready for what lies ahead, exposed the participants to the new global scenario, change management, information systems management, project management and performance management. The faculty included Dr. Robert Mudida, Dr. Freddie Acosta, Dr. Monica Kerretts, Dr. Hazel Gachunga and Dr. Ben Ngoye.
Executive Healthcare Management Programs module was information packed with key sessions on healthcare economics and healthcare financing. Communication management, service marketing and client management and change management. The team of faculty included Prof.Owino Wasunna, Dr Monica Kerrets, John Muriithi, Jeane Mathenge and Dr Ben Ngoye. The module provided an opportunity for the participants to horn their leadership skills inorder to create better healthcare organisations.
Module III of both programs will be held in August.
About Program for Management Development (PMD)
For any business or company to succeed, it is vital to identify the talent and prowess of seasoning leaders who will propagate efficiency and effectiveness throughout all the organisational systems. PMD enables the participant to develop great leadership qualities and decision making skills.
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About Executive Healthcare Management Program (EHMP)
The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing and constantly evolving industries in the world. The industry in Africa is also rapidly changing and has to face challenges such as resurgence of old diseases such as tuberculosis as well as an increase in chronic diseases caused by a growing aging population. Healthcare providers must also be able to understand and evaluate new dynamics such as health managed organisations, rapid advancement in the medical and information technology, increased competition and growing demands for greater transparency from patients.
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