When making the transition to general management, managers need to be acutely aware of how their behaviour and decisions impact key stakeholders.
Specially designed for the Asian business context, the General Management Programme (GMP) offers problem-solving toolkits for functional areas such as corporate strategy, marketing, human resources, ﬁnance, accounting and operations. Leveraging a powerful suite of tools, this programme will help you sharpen your analytical skills and make more effective business decisions.
Strategic frameworks and thinking
Formulation and execution of strategy
Building capabilities to enhance and protect competitive advantage
Marketing in Asia
Understanding the Asian consumer
Strategic marketing management
Strategic human resource management
Leading organisational change and learning
Power, leadership and managing talent
Strategic financial management
Financial analysis, modelling and valuation
Financial decision-making and resource allocation
Linking operational processes to strategy
Managing supply chains for competitive advantage
Analytical tools for decision-making
Understand how company strategy drives important functional choices
Learn to implement problem-solving techniques across all functional areas
Gain a deep understanding of the Asian business environment
Learn to perform fundamental financial analysis
Tap into the insights of senior participants from diverse industries and countries
Who should attend
Managers and executives who hold senior positions in functional areas, or who have recently been promoted to general management.
Prof Hum Sin Hoon obtained his B. Commerce and B. Eng (Hons) as a Colombo Plan Scholar from the University of Newcastle, Australia. He received his PhD in Production/Operations Management from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Prof Hum is currently with the Department of Analytics & Operations at...
PhD, National University of Singapore, 2003
BBA (Hons), National University of Singapore, 1994
Senior Lecturer of Marketing, National University of Singapore, 2013 - current
Senior Lecturer, University of Newcastle, Singapore, 2007 - 2012
Ph D, Business Administration, University of Michigan, USA, 1993
MBA., University of Delhi, India, 1984
Bachelor of, Mechanical Engineering, Nagpur University, India, 1982
Internationalization Strategies Of Firms From Newly Industralizing Economies...
A/P Ruth Tan has been serving on the Teaching Excellence Council (TEC), NUS Business School from 2013. Presently, she is the Chairperson of TEC. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students, as well as business executives. She is the co-overall supervising professor for the Enterprise 50 Field...
Chee Kiong is the Vice Dean of Undergraduate Studies at NUS Business School and was formerly the Deputy Head of its Department of Accounting. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS) and a Fellow of CPA Australia.
Chee Kiong ...
Joo Yong is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management & Organisation at NUS Business School. He specialises in human resource management, leadership development, career management and talent management. Besides teaching undergraduates, he also teaches various leadership and executive ...
2001: Associate Professor, NUS, 1998: Senior Lecturer, NUS, 1992: Lecturer, NUS, 1991: PhD in Business Statistics, University of British Columbia, Thesis “Statistical Analysis with the State Space Model”, 1985: BSc (First Class Honours) in Statistics, Queen’s University, Canada
Doctorate, Business Administration, University of Newcastle, 2006
Masters, Management Sciences and Engineering, Stanford University, USA, 1987
Bachelor (top class honours), Industrial Engineering and Operations Researc, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 1983
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