The role of business – and consequently, the role of business education – is becoming more globalized every year. Based on gross domestic product (GDP) growth, the eight largest developing economies are China, Brazil, Russia, India, Mexico, South Korea, Indonesia, and Turkey.
The program is designed for managers and other leaders from a single company in China, each of whom has been nominated by the organization. The MiM curriculum leverages their existing strengths while developing their managerial decision-making and strategic formulation.
The new MiM Custom Corporate program underscores the findings of a recent three-year, 346-page study commissioned by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which concluded that the biggest opportunity and greatest challenge for business schools is globalization. As new economies mature, the need for effective leaders around the world grows, as does the need to understand what makes these new economies prosper.
And with a MiM degree from the W. P. Carey School, you’ll be able to speak the language of business in any language.