Businesses today operate in an international environment—global markets, suppliers, alliances, and partnerships. The basic principles of management are universal, but they are often interpreted and applied differently in other parts of the world.

This program focuses on the strategic challenges faced by businesses operating in a Pan-Asian or global context. It combines the fundamentals of general management theory and practice from the United States with an Asian-Pacific perspective. The program is held in Singapore.

Lodging not included in program tuition. The program location will be the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.

Program Overview

In the Stanford–NUS Executive Program in International Management, held annually in Singapore, participants explore general management concepts in all major functional areas while learning the latest insights on management strategy.

In two weeks of highly intensive sessions, participants will augment their expertise with current insights and knowledge of global and Asian business. Taught by full-time faculty from both NUS Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, participants will gain a thorough grounding on the recent developments in business management, strategy and leadership from both sides of the Pacific Rim.

Faculty Directors
Other Faculty
Dr Glen R. Carroll

Laurence W. Lane Professor of Organizations; Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor of Sociology (by courtesy), School of Humanities and Sciences; Codirector of the Stanford- National University of Singapore Executive Program in International Management

Professor Prem Shamdasani
Prem Shamdasani

Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Executive Education, NUS Business School

Seungjin Whang

Jagdeep and Roshni Singh Professor of Operations, Information and Technology; Codirector of the Stanford-National University of Singapore Executive Program in International Management

Stanford Graduate School of Business Faculty

Paul E. Holden Professor of Organizational Behavior; Codirector of the Executive Leadership Development Program

Robert A. and Elizabeth R. Jeffe Professor; Professor of Organizational Behavior; Professor of Sociology (by courtesy), School of Humanities and Sciences; Director of the Center for Social Innovation; Codirector of the Executive Leadership Development Program; Susan Ford Dorsey Faculty Fellow

National University of Singapore Faculty
Audrey Chia

Associate Professor of Management and Organisation, National University of Singapore Business School

Ho Yew Kee

Professor and Head, Department of Accounting, National University of Singapore

Chang Sea-Jin

Provost`s Chair in Business Policy, National University of Singapore Business School

Jochen Wirtz

Professor, Department of Marketing, National University of Singapore Business School

VIDEO OVERVIEW
VIDEO OVERVIEW
Stanford-NUS Executive Program in International Management
This program presents a unique opportunity to immerse in the vibrant cultures of two of the world’s most respected institutions; one renowned for its iconoclastic approach to critical thinking and challenging assumptions, and another for its uncompromisingly high standards and academic rigor.
Key Takeaways
  • Fundamental concepts and fresh insights on management strategy
  • Tools to improve analytical and behavioral skills
  • Understanding the differences in culture and management practices from both western and eastern perspectives
  • Development of a strong network of peers from different industries and countries
 
 
 
 
 
 

Highlighted Sessions

Leadership and change
  • Cultural intelligence and global leadership
  • Managing global teams
  • Strategy and execution
Strategy, social responsibility and the business environment
  • Regulatory challenges
  • Strategic negotiations
  • Organizational design and behaviour
Organizational architecture and culture
  • Organizational identity and authenticity
  • Strategic marketing and services
Value-based market strategies
  • New product market and brand extension
  • Market entry and channel strategy
  • Service design and operations
  • Brand management
Building a global brand
  • Decommoditizing through branding
  • Internal brand alignment
  • Operations and supply chain integration
Constructing a productive team
  • Supply chain management and strategy
  • Finance and valuation
Cash flow, valuation and investment decisions
  • Earnings quality management
  • International project analysis and valuation in Asia

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for general managers and other functional managers with 10 - 15 years of experience. It is designed for individuals from organizations that conduct business in the Pacific Rim. The program is appropriate for organizations of any size and in any industry.
The Stanford-National University of Singapore Executive Program in International Management's sessions on leadership, strategy, marketing, and organizational change provide the frameworks and thinking to improve my leadership skills. I treasure this rare opportunity at this stage in my career.
– Billy Wang
Vice President
ATI Technologies, APAC
The quality of instructors and students are high. The enthusiasm levels are high. I consider my time well spent. The course contents are refreshing and very relevant. The networking with my peers is valuable too. Thank you for a rewarding experience.
– Tian Chong Ng
Vice President, Marketing
Hewlett-Packard Far East Pte Ltd, Singapore
I found the subject matter quite broad in scope yet relevant to business situations. My attention was held for the entire three weeks.
– Joseph P. McGurk
Director of Engineering
Johnson & Johnson Medical MFG Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
The program combines what most good executive programs usually have with the Asian perspective. This is the type of program that is highly valuable to any corporation involved in global markets or dealing with a large international customer base.
– Rodolfo Sabonge
Marketing Manager
Panama Canal Commission, Panama

CONTACT

Beatrice Kemner
Associate Director, Programs and Marketing
Phone: +1.650.736.6583
Email: bkemner@stanford.edu