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Expand your horizons and view business in a more integrated manner during the four-week long General Management Program at IEDC.
Develop your purchasing and leadership skills. The program focuses on the organisational aspects of purchasing management, combined with business and leadership courses.
Innovations in business strategies—from platform-based business models to data-driven innovations—also pose a significant disruption. While taking examples from successful high-tech firms, this course explores how companies in any industry can leverage innovative thinking to transform themselves.
Get ready to grab new opportunities and boost your talent and knowledge. YMP is your fast-track to developing your managerial skills.
Learn the language, concepts, and practical applications of financial and management accounting. Develop better communication skills and foster greater confidence in communicating with specialists.
Develop a strategic
mindset that will enable you to be better
prepared for a world of rapid, disruptive change. Improve your understanding of the strategic imperatives facing your organisation.
Transform yourself to be more effective in your job, as well as boost your personal development. AMP is designed for managers who are moving from a functional to strategic level of their responsibilities.
This 6-day long course focuses particularly on the organizational aspects of purchasing, covering key topics to help you transform the purchasing function and significantly improve performance.
Give your customers reasons to stay. If not, sooner or later they will find a reason to leave. Learn how to provide customers and employees with relevant, differentiated and credible reasons to be with us, to talk about us, to co-create with us, to let us grow together with them.
Learn the skills and get the tools to enhance your decision-making and understanding of your company financial performance.
The business transformation journey starts by being able to interpret the world around us and decipher what many contradictory signals mean for the business model of our company