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Management

A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.

Management programs help prepare students for entry-level positions by teaching various management principles. These often include problem solving, organizational behavior, and decision-making. Management courses may also focus on teaching the leadership skills necessary to become a manager.

Found in the Southern part of Asia, the Republic of India is second most populated country in the world with approximately 1.27 billion people. India has four types of universities; Central Universities, State Universities, Deemed University and Private Universities consisting in over 550+ institutions.

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Global Executive Development Course

Taaleem College of International Studies
Online & Campus Combined Full time 3 weeks July 2017 India Mohali

The Global Executive Development Program is an innovative program that will change the way we perceive the global environment. This program equips one with the required skills to lead in an increasingly globalized business environment and provides invaluable insights on how to advance one's career. [+]

Course in Global Executive Development

The Global Executive Development Program is an innovative program that will change the way we perceive the global environment. This program equips one with the required skills to lead in an increasingly globalized business environment and provides invaluable insights on how to advance one's career.

With the advent of science and technology geographical barriers are no more that huge a factor. Open economies, Free Trade Agreement and Globalization are slowly bringing us to believe in the veracity of "one world-global village" concept.

Development Dimensions International's (DDI) Global Leadership Forecast, a study of more than 12,000 leaders across 76 countries, found that18% of all leaders and 37% of executives had multinational responsibilities. The executives coordinated efforts across an average of 8.5 countries 62% of the multinational executives described their preparation for their global roles as fair or poor in the Global Leadership Forecast.... [-]