Cambridge Judge Business School had announced to continue collaborating with management consulting firm SRW&Co. to host the 7th ASEAN Global Leadership Programme (AGLP). In frame is Cambridge Judge Business School director, Christoph Loch. (Photo courtesy of Cambridge Judge Business School)
Cambridge Judge Business School, SRW&Co to Host 7th Asean Global Leadership Programme
BY :DHANIA PUTRI SARAHTIKA
JANUARY 06, 2017
Jakarta. University of Cambridge Judge Business School has announced it will continue the collaboration with management consulting firm SRW&Co in hosting the 7th Asean Global Leadership Programme.
The successful partnership began in 2009.
"We are very pleased to continue the great partnership with SRW&Co in delivering this flagship program for Asean business leaders. We look forward to delivering a bespoke learning experience, bringing together our world class faculty and practitioner network to meet the learning needs of the Asean Global Leadership Programme [AGLP] participants," Cambridge Judge Business School director Christoph Loch said in a statement.
Loch added that the learning sessions will explore the latest research to improve leadership effectiveness.
Designed for leaders in the Asean region, the AGLP will take place in September at Cambridge Judge Business School in United Kingdom.
Adopting the theme of "Leadership in a Transformational Digital Era," this year's program aims to offer answers to the current leadership challenges faced by Asean executives.
According to SRW&Co chairman Daniel Wong, the theme was selected after observing the dynamic changes and development in the region.
"The four key themes of this program: globalization, innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership are very relevant to the Asean leaders in both the corporate and public sectors," Wong said.
In addition to shared learning, participants will be encouraged to mingle in the growing alumni network of more than 200 top-level leaders representing diverse industries, such as banking, technology, engineering, telecoms and manufacturing.
The activities include alumni gathering events, a series of in house programs and public seminars.