Nobel Int’l Business School graduates new doctorate degree holders

Nobel Int’l Business School graduates new doctorate degree holders

Nobel International Business School (NIBS) under the distinguished leadership of Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, Executive Dean, a private leading university, has graduated its news set of doctorate and degree holders in Accra over the weekend.

A total of 23 doctorate students graduated in the fields of Strategic Marketing in Action (SMA); Strategic Finance in Action (SFA); Sustainability Leadership in Action (SLA); High Performance Boards in Action (HPBA) and many other courses.

The graduation according to the University, is historic in terms of private university education in Ghana.

Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, a renowned international scholar and innovation management expert, speaking at the ceremony, expressed his heart felt gratitude to all students to see the school yield such great outcome.

Prof Atuahene-Gima said: “The challenge of a leader is to ensure that their executives develop the 21st century management skills while phasing out redundant or outdated skills. But how many times have you invested large sums of money in executive education and training, and later wondered what impact it had on your executives and company? Let’s face it, many executive education programs today are just not good enough in terms of real business impact
To help you achieve this, NIBS has collaborated with Mannheim Business School (MBS), Germany and Swiss Business School (SBS), Zurich, to offer a totally different approach to executive education; one designed to make a significant impact on your executives and your company by providing real measuring results”, Prof. Atuahene-Gima added.

“Our model has significant advantages over traditional forms of executive education. It is an inside-out process that focuses on real business issues, brings in more buy-in, quicker and effective implementation because it taps into the knowledge and commitment of your executives. Let me assure you that as an innovative business school, we understand the varied needs and resources of different clients. Hence, unlike other business schools, we offer multiple price points for our IN ACTION programs.”

He added that “we help you manage trade-offs between your budget and methods, problem complexity, length, and outcomes of the program you require. We are confident that with our many years of industry-related research and executive education and training activities, we are in a position to help you build lasting, dynamic executive capacity within your company. I encourage you to explore our Executive Education in Action programs”, the President of NIBS concluded.

By: Philip Nii Lartey | citinewsroom.com | Ghana

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