The world of business in 2017 is incredibly fast-paced, competitive, and global. On a daily basis, leaders encounter disruptive innovations, new product and services, fresh business models, and rapidly shifting business landscapes. This is the reality we face -and create- everyday in the San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley and increasingly in the ASEAN region including Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
To compete and lead effectively in this rapidly changing global economy, senior executives and public sector officials need to constantly evolve and improve their portfolio of skills, with particular focus on driving innovation and leading with an entrepreneurial mindset. The ASEAN Global Leadership Program does just that: providing participants with an up-close view of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area along with exposure to -and experience with- different models of innovation and entrepreneurial thinking in this world-renowned epicenter of business innovation and new business creation.
Take a look inside the program >> ASEAN Global Leadership - May 8-12, 2017
Over five days, distinguished faculty from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business will lead a deep dive into innovation's key drivers, including:
- customer insights
- design thinking
You'll also learn to:
- identify emerging threats and opportunities
- build rapid prototypes
- pitch an idea and create persuasive presentations
- address real challenges facing your organization
Additionally, our program includes visits to leading Silicon Valley companies to gain insights into their secrets for success, and also engage with business leaders
Who Should Attend
This program is aimed at those senior executives who have responsibilities for strategic leadership and for improving their company’s performance. Particularly, this program is very relevant to CEOs, members of Boards of Directors, members of Boards of Commissioners or senior executives who are about to assume top management positions. The program is applicable for executives working in both the public sector and the private sectors across industries.