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In today’s world, lines are blurring as companies create business empires without borders, and countries become international brands. Companies, countries, communities and cities are working together to cope with and adapt to the new connected world, even as they strive to deliver value, wealth, wellbeing, and prosperity for their stakeholders
The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, in partnership with Mirabilis Advisory, offers a 4-day executive programme that serves to seed progressive, long-term thinking on city planning and development. Participants will interact with leading experts from around the world in exploring innovations and strategies for tapping the power of stakeholders from all walks of life to foster urban excellence.
This interactive course also offers hands-on learning, allowing participants to leverage what they learn to construct a model city.
PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES The programme focuses on the exploration and understanding of cities from a practitioner’s perspective, taking into consideration the spirit and ‘heart-ware’ of a city. Topics have been carefully curated to emphasise city-making as an idea, discipline, and practice, and include:
- Positioning Cities
- Cities and the Shared Econony
- The Future of Cities, Cities of the Future
- Cities as Products: Marketing and Promotion Strategies
- Whose City is it Anyway: Governance and Management
- Global Cities – Challenges and Opportunities
- Place-making in Cities
- Building Attractive CBDs and Downtowns
- Urban Regeneration Strategies for Revitalising Cities
- and Towns
Who should attend
- ASEAN and South Asian mid to senior level administrators, leaders, and practitioners engaged with the management of complex urban transformation programmes
- Senior executives and entrepreneurs from the private sector, particularly from companies that are involved in doing business with cities.
- Journalists, writers, and social entrepreneurs interested in urban innovation and change.