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Integrated Approach

lESE's Global Executive MBA treats subjects as interrelated parts of a whole, not isolated .c.1 Participants study the key relationships between different functional areas of business and see how their personal role__2 a broader context of business problems and solutions.

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Throughout the program, participants are encouraged to__3 their entrepreneurial skills and to find the opportunity in change. Residential modules in Barcelona, Silicon Valley and Shanghai address how innovation and entrepreneurship can be adapted and how to achieve the best results in different markets and business environments.

Living Internationalism

We don't__4 lip service to internationalism. At IESE, we live it. And so do our participants. Both faculty and participants are drawn from around the world, providing a__5 and depth of international vision, opinion and experience__6 in other institutions.

Venues

On-the-ground, face-to-face interaction with the __7 and shakers in three very different business environments - Europe, the United States and Asia - offers an opportunity to ....8 invaluable personal experience with these competing and co-existing business systems. Company visits and input from local experts give additional insights into the on-the-ground situations in these very different business environments.

Common Ground

Participants meet and study with fellow managers from different industries and functional areas who have one thing in common: a proven__9 of success and the motivation and energy to move ahead. This creates an exciting pool of diversity, knowledge and experience that the Global EMBA is designed to take full ....10of.

Shared Experience

Over 16 months, participants remain in constant contact, learning with and from each other, exchanging ideas and opinions, reaping the ....11 of being part of a global network of__12 with a shared determination to make their__13 in the world of international business. Active, group-based learning in an intellectually stimulating environment provides the stimulus to share experiences, gain insights and build long-term relationships. It is a unique and exciting experience for unique and exciting people.

 

1 a)studies b) tuition c) disciplines d) education
2 a) moves along b) turns out c) fits into d) ties in
3 a) hone b) brush c) require d) tune
4 a) give b)pay c) sell d) lend
5 a) height b) breadth c) length d) width
6 a) unparalleled b) unaccounted c) unattended d) undefined
7 a) pushers b) movers c) quakers d) lifters
8 a) profit b) receive c) benefit d) gain
9 a) biography b) story c) resume d) track record
10 a) use b) advantage c) utilisation d) profit
11 a) benefits b) assets c) interest d) bonus
12 a) fellows b) mates c) peers d) neighbours
13 a) stamp b) mark c) footprint d) impression

 



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Topic: Training

1. Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

'In-see-Ad?'

'No, I.have never heard of.' (never / hear) of it.'

Soon after I ............2 (begin) the process of telling my family, friends, employer and even dentist that I ............3 (leave) the US to move to INSEAD's Singapore campus and study on its MBA programme, I............4

(discover) that my acquaintances in the US ............5 (tend) to be more provincial in their understanding of business schools.

In a few weeks from now, I............6 (leave) my home in small-town New Jersey, US, to join the Singapore cohort. How did I, a young professional born, raised and educated in the US, make the decision to study for an international MBA?

I studied in North Carolina where I............7 (develop) a keen interest in international affairs. During my undergraduate years, I ............8 (study) overseas in London. And later I............9 (accept) the opportunity to work in

Waterloo, Belgium, the European headquarters for Johnson & Johnson, where I managed technology solutions for J&J's medical devices sector. I............10 (return) to the North American headquarters where I created a similar platform.

While I............11 (be) still in Belgium a senior manager had urged me to apply to INSEAD and I rapidly............12 (realise) that the school was the place where I could continue my development towards an international career.

The existence of INSEAD's Singapore campus............13 (make) the school that much more compelling, because of my desire to have a global understanding of business, which up until then............14 (only / include) North America and Europe.

2. Complete the sentences with suitable prepositions.

1Most staff members expressed interest............participating.....various training programmes.

2 Very often, it is not just the sales staff that benefit............customer awareness training.

3 We are looking............a consultant who is really good............training managers............communication skills.

4 A consultant should always assess a company's needs............deciding ............the type............training the staff require.

5 Dieter is responsible............all training programmes directed ............inexperienced managers.

6 A large number of managers could do............improving their skills ............giving instructions.

7 Providers of online MBAs want to tap............the huge potential demand............higher education.

8 E-learning might make tertiary education accessible............more people.

9 The purpose............the first session is often to determine what the staff already know............the subject matter.

10 A lot of companies rely heavily............receiving timely market information............their sales force.

2 Training

3. Read the passage below about a company's view of mentoring.

In each space 1-10,one word has been removed.

Write onesuitable word for each space in the answer box below.


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