Harvard starts programmes in India

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Harvard Business School is to run an executive education programme, designed for senior executives from India and around the region, in Hyderabad in February 2008. This, HBS’s first programme in India, will be run in conjunction with the Harvard Business School India Research Centre.

The five-day programme, Building a Global Enterprise in India, will use cases tailored to the specific needs of companies operating in India.

“This programme was designed to address emerging challenges in the Indian business landscape as companies seek to manage and sustain growth in India,” according to David Yoffie, senior associate dean and chair of HBS executive education programmes. “Participants will focus on the major challenges of building a global enterprise in India, such as developing leadership talent, employing innovation-based growth models, and identifying strategic advantages to drive growth.”


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