Managing regional organisations has been a business challenge for centuries. With the International Monetary Fund confirming that the ten fastest-growing economies in the years ahead will all be in emerging markets, business leaders thinking of expansion to several countries must adequately equip themselves to tackle the challenges that arise when their organisations span across many boundaries.
Strathmore Business School in conjunction with Kenya Association of Manufacturing (KAM) will train managers in the manufacturing industry, whose businesses have a regional reach in their operations. This development follows a cordial partnership which was struck in 2014 by the two parties, with an aim of training Chief Executive Officers, who belong to KAM.
In 2014, the partnership commenced with the training of 50 CEOs and this November sees the training of managers whose businesses have a regional footprint.
This high impact business leaders’ experience is designed to enable manufacturers stretch boundaries and expand markets, sufficed to bring business transactions in fruition, across borders and beyond.
This solution based program aims at building capacity on: