UAE's Executive Education Study, UAE
Manchester Business School and Tecom Investments have teamed up to assess business professionals' qualifications as companies emerge from the global financial crisis.
Manchester Business School(MBS) and Tecom Investments will soon release the results of collaborative study, assessing executive education needs in the UAE by surveying companies across the country.
The report is set to be released at the end of the month, said Nigel Banister, chief executive officer of MBS. However, the results are unlikely to be surprising. "It will be no surprise that apart from standard subjects such as strategy and leadership....it'll be very much business focused," he said. "We will see a focus on sales and selling, looking at new produst development and new markets."
Due to increased market demand for certain skill sets, MBS in true business style will launch a series of short executive courses at its campus in Dubai knowledge village next month. He added that shorter executive education courses will yield quicker results because of their more immediate impact on profit generation.
The world-renowned business school, part of manchester University in the UK, is now ranked 29th - up from the 34th last year - by Financial Times for its Global MBA Programme. MBS has been operational in Dubai for over four years.
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