Offering Organisations an Asian Perspective with Global Relevance
Singapore Management University has an emphasis on generating rigorous, high-impact, and relevant multi-disciplinary research that addresses Asian issues of global relevances. Our faculty collaborate with leading international researchers and universities from USA, Europe, China and India as well as with partners in the business community and public sector, through its research institutes, centres and labs.
SMU-ExD offers valuable global expertise through faculty and participants from diverse backgrounds, institutions and corporate alliances from around the world. Delivering the best-in-class experience, you will be primed to receive an education that launches you as a leader with a global perspective and direction.
SMU-ExD was recently appointed as a full member of UNICON and also to become part of the UNICON Benchmarking committee. By being the in benchmarking committee, it will help SMU Executive development to understand macro trends in the executive education industry as well as uncover opportunities for our own growth.
UNICON is the global consortium of business-school-based executive education organizations. Its community of member organizations is engaged in accelerating the development of leaders and managers, thereby enhancing performance in public and private organizations globally, through executive development initiatives.
UNICON’s primary activities include conferences, research, benchmarking, sharing of best practices, staff development, recruitment/job postings, information‐sharing, and extensive networking among members, all centred around the business and practice of executive education.
IE Business School | Financial Times-Corporate Learning Alliances (IE|FT CLA)
The partnership with CLA serves as a strategic platform for SMU Executive Development, granting access to unique resources for organisations to address challenges arising from cultural transformation in a digital age on a global scale.
In today’s increasingly disruptive business environment The Financial Times and IE Business School realised that by combining and enhancing their different skills, they could create a unique learning proposition that met this demand. The Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance was created, which consists of: