Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Executive Education Information Session has been cancelled.
Executive Education at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY School) plays an integral role in our mission to inspire leaders, improve lives and help transform Asia. Our programmes are designed to serve the needs of organisations and working professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, helping strengthen their leadership and management capabilities to perform more effectively in this rapidly changing environment.
Most of our programmes are custom-designed to meet the needs of clientsâ€™ organisations, with the aim of delivering creative solutions to real policy and management challenges. We also offer Open-Enrolment Programmes that cater to the needs of time-constrained senior managers who wish to refresh their managerial knowledge and skills, or knowledge in certain topics. Our Programmes also provide participants a setting conducive to substantive dialogue, problem-solving and networking with their organisational peers.
Into its 10th year of establishment and continued education, the LKY School is proud to present our forthcoming Open-Enrolment Programmes in 2014.
The inaugural Essentials of Policy Development is offered for policy analysts, strategists and government professionals in policy functions, with the aim to introduce the main theoretical frameworks and tools used to analyse, develop, implement, monitor, evaluate and communicate public policies to those requiring introductory training and exposure to policymaking and programme development.
The Non-Profit Management for the 21st Century, developed in collaboration between Tote Board and the LKY School, is designed for senior management staff of non-profit organisations within and outside of Singapore. The programme will expose participants to state-of-the-art thinking and practice about management and leadership in the non-profit organisational environment.
The flagship Senior Management Programme is specially designed and developed for participants to benefit from a rigorous study of policies, cases, framework and tools on multi-stakeholder governance. The programme is designed and structured with two integral components: (i) three weeks of interactive sessions in Singapore, and (ii) one week overseas experiential learning.
The Contemporary Policy Debates in Singapore Programme examines how the policy and political landscape in Singapore is changing, and explores the policy and institutional ideas which the country may have to consider. It also provides participants without a background in public policy with the conceptual foundations to study, analyse and develop effective policies.
- Wednesday, 05 February 2014
Oei Tiong Ham building,
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy,
469C Bukit Timah Road,
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