miscellaneous such as a health fee
Study materials: lap top, printer, highlighters, etc.
Best MBA in Leadership Programs and Curriculum
Below are the best MBA in Leadership programs (Top 10) in the world
Harvard Law Business School
The Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania
London Business School
IE Business School
University of Chicago
These are some of the top leadership programs in the world. Each school offers a diverse curriculum. Harvard’s leadership program is a five module systems. The first module builds on the student’s foundational business skills including financial accounting and leadership skills. The second module presents a cross-functional business approach, including marketing strategy, internal processes, and coordination of supply/chain management. The third hones the students strategic skills through the Alumni Challenge. The fourth module sets the stage for leading innovation and meaningful change. Module 5 is an optional two-week session which further accelerates the leadership development and alumni status.
Additionally, INSEAD (Singapore) offers a curriculum in:
Prices and Markets,
Uncertainty, Data, and Judgment,
Process and Operations Management,
International Political Analysis ,
small classes, and global alumni network, will all give me ample opportunity to contribute from my experiences in over 30 countries, while also helping me to strengthen my global business network and learn new ideas about international management.
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IMD Business School
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