NUS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Stanford-NUS Executive Programme in International Management

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Duration: 13 Days

Next Run: 15 Aug - 29 Aug 2015

Venue: Singapore

Fees: USD 18,800.00 (excl. GST) | 20,116.00 (incl. GST)

Note: GST applies to individuals and Singapore registered companies.

Overview

Real-World Strategies for Global Business General Management

Held annually in Singapore for over 30 years, the Stanford–NUS Executive Programme in International Management (35th run) presents a unique opportunity for leaders to immerse in the vibrant cultures of two of the world's most respected institutions: one renowned for its iconoclastic approach to critical thinking and challenging assumptions; the other for its uncompromisingly high standards and academic rigour.

In two weeks of highly intensive sessions, participants will augment their expertise with current insights and knowledge of global and Asian business. Taught by full-time faculty from both NUS Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, participants will gain a thorough grounding on the recent developments in business management, strategy and leadership from both sides of the Pacific Rim.

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Dates and Fees

Dates Venue Fees Excl. GST (USD) With GST (USD) Registration
Dates 1
15 Aug - 29 Aug 2015 Singapore, Singapore 18,800.00 20,116.00

Note: GST applies to individuals and Singapore registered companies.

Fee Details

  • Fee includes tuition, books and other course materials, refreshments/lunches (during classes) and some dinners
  • Accommodation and some meals are not included in the fee

Application Deadline

  • Participants are strongly advised to apply at least 2 months in advance
  • Applications received after the deadline will be considered based on space availability

Important Events

  • Opening dinner, registration and programme briefing: Saturday, 15 Aug 2015
  • Commencement of classes: Sunday, 16 Aug 2015
  • Closing dinner and presentation of certificates: Saturday, 29 Aug 2015

Core Focus

  • Leadership and change

    • Cultural intelligence and global leadership
    • Managing global teams

    Strategy and execution

    • Strategy, social responsibility and the business environment
    • Regulatory challenges
    • Strategic negotiations

    Organisational design and behaviour

    • Organisational architecture and culture
    • Organisational identity and authenticity

    Strategic marketing and services

    • Value-based market strategies
    • New product market and brand extension
    • Market entry and channel strategy
    • Service design and operations
  • Brand management

    • Building a global brand
    • Decommoditising through branding
    • Internal brand alignment

    Operations and supply chain integration

    • Constructing a productive team
    • Supply chain management and strategy

    Finance and valuation

    • Cash flow, valuation and investment decisions
    • Earnings quality management
    • International project analysis and valuation in Asia

Key Benefits

Key Benefits

  • Acquire the latest concepts and insights on management strategy
  • Improve analytical and behavioural skills, and ultimately enhance leadership abilities
  • Understand the differences in culture and management practices in the East and West
  • Invaluable opportunity to tap into a strong network of experienced leaders from different industries and countries

Learning Approach

  • Interactive lectures and class discussions, interspersed with group study sessions
  • Course materials include case studies and the latest research by faculty from the two business schools
  • Company visits, networking events and talks by prominent industry speakers and business leaders

Who Should Attend

Who Should Attend

Senior executives with 10–15 years of experience, who have interest in management theory and practices in an international context, including:

  • Senior executives responsible for driving business internationally and in the Pacific Rim
  • Senior executives of international companies that have joint ventures with Asian partners, or with Asian responsibilities

Past Participants

By Region

Participants by Region

By Designation

  • Business Strategy Director, Asia Pacific
  • Chief Consultant
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Strategy Officer
  • Chief Supply Officer
  • Colonel
  • Deputy Division Head (Internal Audit)
  • Deputy Editor
  • Deputy Managing Director
  • Director, Direct Assets Management
  • Director-General, Environmental Protection Division
  • Division Manager
  • Executive Director, Project Management
  • Executive Director, Operations
  • Executive Vice President
  • Financial Controller
  • General Manager, Marketing Strategy
  • Head of Business Development
  • Head of Foundation
  • Head of Group, Legal
  • Manager, Telecommunications Investment, SE Asia
  • Managing Director, APAC
  • Operations Manager
  • Program Director
  • Regional Head of Compliance & Financial Crime
  • Senior Expert
  • Senior Systems Analyst
  • Senior Systems Engineer
  • Senior Technology Services Manager
  • Senior Vice President, Strategy & Innovation
  • Vice President, Global Information Technology

By Organisation

Agriculture, Food & Beverage

  • British American Tobacco
  • Bunge Agribusiness
  • Tetra Pak Jurong

Chemicals

  • AkzoNobel Automotive & Aerospace Coatings
  • Buckman Laboratories (Asia)
  • LG Chemical

Education

  • Pearson PLC

Energy & Utilities

  • Kuwait National Petroleum Company
  • Metropolitan Electricity Authority

Engineering

  • Keppel FELS
  • Keppel Singmarine
  • Vantage International Management Company

Financial Services

  • AEGON
  • Al Rajhi Banking & Investment Corporation (Malaysia) Bhd
  • Amalgamated Investment Bancorporation
  • Aviva Asia
  • Citibank Korea Inc.
  • CMC Markets Singapore
  • Dow Jones & Co. (Hong Kong)
  • Jade International Capital Partners (Asia)
  • MAS Capital
  • Metlife Solutions
  • NLI International Asia
  • Unified World Investments, LLC

Government

  • Australian Trade Commission, Thailand
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
  • Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
  • Ministry of Defence, Singapore
  • National Bureau of Agricultural Commodity and Food Standards, Thailand
  • National Environment Agency, Singapore
  • Singapore Armed Forces

Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals/Life Sciences

  • Abbott Nutrition R&D
  • Covance
  • Eppendorf India
  • Fresenius Kabi
  • Lonza
  • Medtronic, Inc.
  • Priest Hospital, Thailand

Manufacturing

  • Broadway Industrial Group
  • Goodyear Orient Company
  • HUBER+SUHNER, China
  • Kaifa Magnetics (H.K.)
  • Nigerian Security Printing and Minting PLC
  • PMT Industries Sdn Bhd
  • Rockwell Automation Asia Pacific Business Center

Media/Entertainment

  • BILCOM, Inc.
  • Dentsu Inc.
  • Lejel Entertainment & Media
  • Singapore Press Holdings
  • Starcom MediaVest Group

Mining & Materials

  • Arrium
  • Newcrest Mining Limited
  • PT Jindal Overseas

Professional/Scientific/Technical Services

  • ABeam Consulting
  • Nomura Research Institute
  • Office of Naval Research Global
  • Water Research Commission

Retail

  • DFS Group

Social Enterprise/Non-Profit

  • Medco Foundation

Technology

  • Atos
  • Autodesk Inc.
  • Bematech S.A.
  • Euresys
  • IBM
  • McAfee Software India
  • Microsoft Austria
  • Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific
  • Polycom Asia Pacific
  • Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation
  • SAP Asia

Trading

  • Champ Electronics & Systems
  • Marubeni Corporation
  • PT Altrak 1978
  • Sumitomo Corporation

Travel/Transportation/Logistics

  • APL Limited
  • DHL Global Forwarding Management (Asia Pacific)
  • Hawker Pacific Asia
  • Jurong Port
  • Reliance Commercial Dealers

Testimonials

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Combining the best of Western and Eastern schools of thinking, the Stanford–NUS Executive Programme in International Management offers a unique opportunity to interact with and learn from leading faculty from opposite sides of the Pacific Rim, as well as from a diverse group of executives from around the world. Discover what recent participants from the Programme have to say about their experiences on the programme.

  • A brilliant opportunity to engage high-quality faculty, network with like-minded individuals from a broad swath of society, and refresh your thinking.

    Anil Sankar, Singapore
    Head of Air Training
    Republic of Singapore Air Force

    This was absolutely the best class I've had in a long time. It was structured perfectly and flowed perfectly. I learnt additional things in various areas such as marketing, finance and supply chain. I would highly recommend the course to anyone at the senior level who wants to enrich their business knowledge.

    Arif Rinaldi, Indonesia
    General Manager
    PT Medco E&P Indonesia

  • The Stanford–NUS Executive Programme was outstanding and a tremendous value, both personally and professionally. The quality of professors, course materials and instruction were all world class. The mix of international students from all industries and government leadership positions infused great insight from the participants as well as instructors. I would strongly recommend this course to anyone who is currently doing business in the Asia Pacific and those who would compete with industries from that region. The lessons are timely and relevant to the economics of our time. I can't imagine a better course for international managers and leaders.

    Lee Singleton, United States
    Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Fleet Supply and Ordnance
    Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet

    It is a practical programme which covers virtually all management functions in all sectors of the economy and is suitable for managers in all sectors of the economy.

    Engr. Mohammed Gambo Umar, Nigeria
    Executive Director – Operations
    Nigerian Security Printing & Minting PLC

  • The Stanford–NUS Executive Programme in International Management helps senior executives to review and critically examine their early learnings and experience with an excellent mix of theory and practice through a well-structured programme.

    Jerome Brohier, Sri Lanka
    Vice President
    Aitken Spence Cargo

    This has been an enlightening experience even for those who have completed an MBA. It was an opportunity to unplug from our demanding work lives to "learn, unlearn and relearn" the latest business ideas and best practices at a time in our careers when we can actually apply the knowledge to effect change in our organisations.

    Judd Sanchez, Singapore
    Regional Director, SAP
    Cisco Systems (USA)

  • The two-week programme is an opportunity to reflect on my career thus far. It offers a good environment to learn, unlearn and relearn core management topics, and is an excellent opportunity to network with fellow students from 22 different countries. Overall a great programme.

    Kong Ho Loon, Singapore
    Director, Asia Pacific Compliance
    Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Lots of learning and knowledge sharing. An excellent executive programme for managers to learn the insights of leadership from a global perspective.

    Lau Hong Heng, Malaysia
    Senior Director, IT Operations
    E2open Development Corporation

Faculty

The Stanford–NUS Programme in International Management is taught by internationally recognised full time faculty from both NUS Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB).

Our programme directors and faculty are of the highest calibre with outstanding credentials from top global universities and extensive experience across industries from both Asian and Western countries. In addition to being actively engaged in research and teaching, they also have consulting experience with blue chip companies, multi-national corporations, businesses and goverments worldwide.

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Programme Directors

Stanford GSB Programme Directors

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Glenn R. Carroll

Lawrence W. Lane Professor of Organisations

Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

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Glenn grew up in Indiana and attended Indiana University, followed by Stanford University, where he received his doctorate. Glenn has been on the faculties of Brown University, the University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University and Stanford University.

Glenn has visited many universities and institutes outside the US, including the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the National University of Singapore. He has taught executives from many corporations, large and small.

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Seungjin Whang

Jagdeep and Roshni Singh Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology

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Seungjin is the Jagdeep and Roshni Singh Professor of Operations, Information and Technology, Stanford Business School. He obtained a Bachelor of Engineering at Seoul National University in Korea (1974), Master of Arts (1983), Master of Science (1985), and PhD (1988) at the University of Rochester. He has been on the faculty of the Stanford Business School since 1987. His research interests include supply chain management and economics of information technology.

NUS Business School Programme Director

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Prem Shamdasani

Associate Professor, Marketing

Academic Director, UCLA–NUS EMBA

Acaedmic Director, NUS Asia-Pacific EMBA

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Prem has received numerous commendations and awards for teaching excellence. He is also very active in executive development and consulting for corporate clients including MNCs, ministries and government agencies. Prem's research and teaching interests include Brand Management, New Product Marketing, Retail Strategy, Relationship Marketing, and Cross-Cultural Consumer Behaviour.

Other Teaching Faculty

Stanford GSB Faculty

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Francis J. Flynn

Paul E. Holden Professor of Organisational Behaviour

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Yossi Feinberg

John G. McCoy – Banc One Corporation Professor of Economics

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NUS Business School Faculty

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Ho Yew Kee

Professor and Head, Accounting

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Chang Sea-Jin

Provost's Chair Professor, Strategy & Policy

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Jochen Wirtz

Professor, Marketing

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Audrey Chia

Associate Professor, Management & Organisation

Joint Associate Professor, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health; Co-Director, Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (ACSEP)

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About Stanford GSB

About Stanford Graduate School of Business

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The Stanford Graduate School of Business began its first executive education programme in 1952. Recognised as one of the world's top schools of management, the faculty works with leading companies around the globe to establish innovative, leading-edge management practices.

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