Sunday, September 4, 2011

EDS International Residential AMP/MBA Program at Chengdu, China

EDS Business School Delivers Successful Cross-Border Program
International Residential Advanced Management Program
in Chengdu, China, during 25 to 31 August 2011

Conference participants gather for group photograph with Dr. Lee Karling (front row, third from right) and Dr. Ben Lee (second row, third from right)

EDS Business School has successfully conducted a seven-day International Residential Advanced Management cross-border training conference, in Chengdu, China, during 25 to 31 August 2011. The program is a valuable pathway toward the EDS International MBA program.

The MBA/Advanced Management Program was very successfully carried out by EDS senior faculty Professor Dr Karling and Associate Professor Loh Wei Hoong. Currently EDS conducts the Advanced Management Program / MBA Program in Penang, Malaysia; Chengdu, China; Ifugao, Philippines; and Thai Nguyen City, Vietnam.

All EDS alumni are encouraged to join this cross-border residential program to refresh, and further enhance their knowledge, taking the opportunity to build their international business networking.

Associate Professor Loh Wei Hoong instructing Marketing Management

On day one and two, Associate Professor Loh Wei Hoong taught the Marketing Management module covering the development of marketing strategies and plans, and elements of segmentation, targeting and positioning.

Prof. Dr Lee Karling overseeing case study projects.

On day three and four, Dr Lee Karling taught the Management Skills and Strategies module covering differences between leading and managing, and managing the performance of subordinates. On day five, the participants has field study session and networking day among the participants. On day six and seven, Professor Dr Lee Karling taught the Operation System Management module with focus upon the transformation process, how to manage operations and method and strategies for adding value, reduction of wastage, and improving work quality.

Alan Neo, DBA student from Singapore attended seminar as part of his last DBA program module.

Dr. Ben Lee, President, EDS Business School receives memento at the Chengdu conference.

News by EDS Team @ 4 September 2011.

You are welcome to contact EDS Team at +604-3984306 or email at for more information about our "tuition free" 7-day International Residential Advanced Management Programs, or seeking international collaboration / affiliation with EDS Business School.

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