Times Pro has launched the Executive Programme in Strategy & Leadership in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Management Kashipur to provide skills for learners to take managerial decisions for effective execution of strategic plans and develop new concepts to drive organisational entrepreneurship and innovation.
The 12-month Executive Programme in Strategy & Leadership will build competencies among executives for the next generation roles where they learn managerial and strategic skills necessary to develop impactful leadership. The programme draws from four disciplines – strategic management, communication, human resource & organisational behaviour, and economics to instil abilities to take better and swift managerial decisions.
The Executive Programme in Strategy & Leadership will be conducted via TimesPro’s state-of-the-art Interactive Learning (IL) platform and delivered in Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode and includes a three-day campus-immersive session for learners. It follows a proven pedagogy consisting of class exercises, presentations, take-home exercises, simulations, and case studies.
The programme will help learners vastly enhance their skillsets by learning subjects such as Strategic Thinking, Corporate Strategy, Strategy Execution, Strategy Execution, and Leading Design of Organisations, among others, and includes a capstone project.
Speaking on the announcement, Sunil Sood, Chief Business Officer, Executive Education, TimesPro, said, “It is imperative in constantly evolving business environments, organisations must plan by identifying potential managers within the talent pool. This programme will provide professionals with specific insights, vital skills, and transformational abilities with decision-making skills for execution.”
Prof. Shobha Tiwari, Assistant Professor & Area Chair Strategy, Indian Institute of Management, said, “The Executive Programme in Strategy & Leadership will help executives build their repertoire to lead their organisation into the future. It will enable them to successfully work towards accomplishing short and long-term targets, fulfilling business objectives, and driving performance in the organisation.”