For Arvinder Dhesi, management education had to change. His job at Aviva, one of the world’s largest insurance companies, was to ensure that the top executives in the organisation had access to the best in management thinking and practice.
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Should it be called ‘executive con-cation’? Or perhaps the phrase ‘management edu-sultancy’ would be less likely to arouse the suspicions of regulatory bodies or local police.
Ray O’Rourke is a man who knows his times and dates. March 27 2008, at 4.32am, will see the opening of Terminal 5 at London’s Heathrow airport; July 27 2012 at 4.30pm will see the opening of London’s Olympic Games by the Queen.
The Wharton dean celebrates the virtues of a true self-made man from the chemical sector.
Being a doctor isn’t what it used to be. In addition to caring for patients, doctors today have myriad responsibilities that have little to do with what they learned in medical school.
Robert Huckman has spent a good portion of his career working to improve medical care in the US. As a consultant in the private sector, he advised healthcare companies on their merger and acquisition strategies.
Step out of the midtown Manhattan building that houses the Institute for Media and Entertainment and it is a short walk to the offices of some of the biggest names in media and entertainment: everyone from Viacom and News Corporation to Random House and TV networks such as ABC and CBS.
This summer Kim Taylor-Thompson will take up what is potentially the best and the worst of jobs; or to be more precise, the most exciting and the most frightening.
The Indian business has lofty ambitions and has stepped up its game in recent years.
It was in 1999 that the Financial Times published its first ranking of business schools which provided non-degree executive education programmes. Of the 30 schools that participated in that ranking, 28 still compete among the 73 schools that are ranked today.