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Harvard Business School, IESE, CEIBS Partner for Global CEO Program

Chinese CEOs gathered on the campus of CEIBS in Shanghai this week as part of a Global CEO Program designed to help senior level-Chinese executives help their businesses prosper on an international scale amid countrywide economic growth and globalization of the world economy. The program is a partnership between Chine Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Harvard Business School (HBS) and Spain’s IESE Business School.

The week-long module in Shanghai is the first of three. A second will take place in June on IESE’s Barcelona campus, and a third is scheduled for late July on the HBS campus.

The program is focused on helping participants distinguish their companies from the competition by enhancing their capability to cope with the changing environment, manage across business disciplines and country borders and provide organization-wide leadership.

Built on the HBS case method, the program helps CEOs strengthen their leadership skills by broadening their business knowledge and developing strategic vision in both a Chinese and a global business context. Program actvities include classroom discussions, case studies, team projects and study groups – all designed to foster an exchange of ideas and experiences and encourage different points of view.

For more information on the Global CEO Program, click here.

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