Course: Senior Executive Program (SEP)

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Program Description

Three-Week Residential Program - August 9-29, 2015

The Sasin Senior Executive Program (SEP) is founded on the knowledge that an enterprise’s success is the result of a well-balanced combination of short-term operational efficiency and long-term competitive advantage. To achieve such success, organizations need executives who are masters of management's functional disciplines and who also can navigate today’s volatile marketplace to win.

That’s why Sasin created SEP. This intensive three-week residential program is conducted in English and designed to provide executives like you with the most modern, state-of-the-art knowledge and skills to advance your firm and propel your own success.

TOPICS

  • Global Economic Environment
  • Competitive Marketing Strategies and Global Markets
  • Leadership and Organizational Change
  • Leading Innovation
  • Corporate Financial Decisions
  • Strategic Management

TEACHING METHOD

Teaching methods for the SEP program are as diverse as the nature of management itself. Formal lectures and presentations certainly are used. Films, exercises, and plenary reporting may also accompany some sessions. More frequently, SEP participants will be asked to review case studies of actual company situations. Group discussion of these cases is a critical activity, for most management decisions typically are made in groups. Consequently, small discussion groups will meet regularly in the evening during this three-week session.

Last updated April 2018

About the School

Located in Bangkok, Thailand, Asia's most liveable city, Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University was founded in 1982 with the Kellogg School of Management and T ... Read More

Located in Bangkok, Thailand, Asia's most liveable city, Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University was founded in 1982 with the Kellogg School of Management and The Wharton School, two of the best business schools in the world. Sasin was the first business school in Thailand to earn AACSB and EQUIS international accreditation, and is one of the few business schools in Southeast Asia with both. Read less
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