Compare courses
Indian School of Business (ISB)

ISB–NUS General Management Programme for Asia

★★★★4.3 • 1 review
Jan 3—Feb 22, 2020
12 daysModules info
Hyderabad, India
INR 700000 ≈USD 9869
INR 58333 per day

How it works


Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with Indian School of Business (ISB).

Full disclaimer.


The two-phase programme will be delivered at the ISB, Hyderabad campus and the NUS campus, Singapore. This multidisciplinary programme will help participants to become adept at managing the interplay between business functions and excelling at managerial decision-making, a feature of the highly uncertain and competitive Asian markets. Participants will absorb skill sets that will help them take on fresh responsibilities, which include revenue and contribution, as opposed to earlier stages in their careers, where they were managing costs and operations.

Apart from classroom learning, the NUS phase will have a strong experiential learning component. This experiential learning component will facilitate the development of critical skills of Senior management who are expected to take on international responsibilities.


  • Learn to analyse and evaluate new opportunities offered by Asia’s business environment
  • Acquire new skill sets that will help you to identify how to become a Pan-Asia business player from a local one
  • Acquire a new approach to strategy and a set of unique business models suitable for the Asian context
  • Fast-paced, deliberately varied pedagogy and rich content that help executive development

Who should attend

This programme is designed for business managers who are between passages four and five of the leadership pipeline. Leaders who head functions and are aspiring to become strategic business unit heads are ideal candidates. The programme welcomes high-potential candidates who have been identified by their companies as future leaders ready for Asia.


Education Qualifications Ph.D. (Economics), Economics, University of Pennsylvania, USA, 2000 M.A., Economics, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 1988 B.A., Economics, Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, 1986 Research Interest Applicatoins Of Game Theory, Industrial Organizaiton, Stra...
Ishtiaq Pasha Mahmood is a Professor at the NUS Business School where he studies and works with multinational and indigenous companies on their emerging market strategies. He joined the NUS faculty in 1999, after obtaining an economics degree from Oberlin College (1992) and a Ph.D. from Harvard (...
Olivier Tabatoni is Professor of Finance and Strategy. His areas of interest include Corporate and Financial strategy. More generally, it focuses on the interactions between Strategy, Finance and Leadership. He is Associate Fellow at the Oxford University Saïd Business School. He was Visiting Pr...
Edward Rogers teaches “Managing Complexity” in Term 7 at the ISB, and we suspect that he is likely an expert on the subject, given that he is the chief knowledge officer for NASA. His extensive publications on the subjects of organizational behavior and cooperation in high technology environments...
Practice Professor of Marketing Strategy Deputy Dean - Corporate and International relations and Deputy Dean - Mohali Campus AREA Marketing Ph D (Honorary Ph.D), Thammasat University Bangkok Thailand Ph D (Marketing), J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University BBA (Ma...
6 years of academic and industry experience solving social and business problems using social network, causal inference, and behavioral analytics approaches. Currently working with the Social and Cognitive Computing Department at the Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore, focusing on...

Course reviews

Vigneshwaran A, Business Owner from India 2018
Course quality: good
Quite Expensive. But extremely high quality.
Instructors: good
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): excellent
Primary takeaway: A course on Strategy as a part of the programme by Prof Pasha was very helpful to take strategic direction for the future of my company as well as for my personal decisions.
Things to improve: They have made few positive changes compared to last time and I think that should be sufficient.