New Delhi: Harvard Business School on Monday announced its schedule of executive education programmes on offer in India this year.
The school said it will run three programmes on topics facing India - development, real estate and professional services.
The programmes are open for senior executives of Indian companies and multinational companies operating in India, as well as managers and investors interested in expanding operations to India, the school said.
“India’s economic development will have widespread ramifications for the global economy and so it remains a fundamental part of Harvard Business School’s global strategy and an exciting place to conduct new research,” said Professor David Yoffie, senior associate dean and chair of Harvard Business School Executive Education Programmes.
The first programme, Building a Global Enterprise in India (BGEI) is to help top executives examine the specific demands facing businesses in India. It will run in Mumbai from 26-30 April.
Develop India - Strategies for Growth programme will offer participants a personal action plan to navigate India’s real estate supply chain-focusing on the major themes of leadership and strategy, financial analysis, sustainability, and urbanization and policy. It will run in Mumbai from 7-10 July.
Managing and Transforming Professional Service Firms - India will be offered in India for the first time and was developed for professional service companies operating in India in such industries as IT, financial services, legal, accounting and marketing expertise. It will run in Mumbai on 21-24 July.