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Posted at: Aug 2, 2017, 12:34 AM; last updated: Aug 2, 2017, 12:34 AM (IST)COURSECHAT

Executive education business programme

Partnering for the first time, Indian arm of Pearson, the world’s learning company and the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School recently launched the Emerging Leaders Management Acceleration Program (ELMAP), a blended executive programme for young business professionals in India.

Commencing from October 14, 2017, this unique business management programme brings together business skills and superior content from NUS to offer in-depth understanding of various functional areas of management and leadership. The course aims to better equip business leaders of the future with desired skills to drive results and execute business strategy effectively.

Working professionals with 2 to 10 years of work experience, who are keen to work in cross-functional teams or need to coordinate with multiple business functions, would benefit from the six-month part-time weekend course. The programme will equip participants with the fundamental concepts of leadership, business strategy, marketing and sales management, big data, service operations, supply chain management, business innovation and finance analytics. Candidates will be awarded with a certificate from NUS Business School upon successful completion of the programme. Admissions to the programme are open and the last date to submit the completed application form is October 6, 2017.  Details at http://pearson-professional.com/career-programs/nus/

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