SPJIMR provides customised learning solutions to leading corporates and public sector institutions seeking transformational outcomes. The solutions are designed and delivered by distinguished SPJIMR faculty and leading industry experts, with an emphasis on providing immediate value. SPJIMR Executive Education offerings are also available to motivated individual learners looking to reskill or otherwise advance their careers. Over the last 25 years, SPJIMR Executive Education has helped hundreds of companies and thousands of executives on their growth journeys.
SPJIMR's Executive Management Programmes, often lasting more than a year, are designed for high-performing managers who want to scale new heights but cannot take a career break to enrol in a full-time management programme. These include the Post Graduate Executive Management Programme (PGEMP - modular programme), Post Graduate Programme in General Management (PGPGM - weekend programme) and Executive Programme in Business Management (EP-BM - 13-month modular programme). Leading corporations partner with SPJIMR and sponsor candidates for these programmes to develop an internal pipeline of responsible and innovative leaders.
SPJIMR partners with corporations and public sector organisations to create custom programmes to help them build a talent pool of future leaders. The content of each programme is contextualised and driven based on the unique needs of the client.
SPJIMR offers a broad portfolio of open programmes to executives to propel their career trajectories and/or make desired career transitions.
With its legacy of over 25 years in Executive Education, SPJIMR offers cutting-edge and customised learning solutions to help businesses and individuals stay ahead of the competition. Our programmes, which are co-created and delivered by experienced faculty, leading practitioners, and industry experts, enable individuals, teams, and organisations to scale and lead in a rapidly changing business environment.
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