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Online Courses

 

Developed by INSEAD faculty and building on their leading-edge research and teaching excellence, our portfolio of high quality online courses for executive development enables managers to complement and refresh their management skills in the following areas:


  1. Leadership
  2. Strategy and innovation
  3. Managing organisational change
  4. Financial accounting
  5. Customer relationship management
  6. Marketing

Benefits

Managers can work through each of our online modules at their own pace and at times convenient to them, in order to enhance management expertise in selected topics. There is no test or exam at the end of the course, but the interactive exercises and self-assessment tests allow you to monitor your own progress as you work through the content.

 

Design

Courses consist of management frameworks and interactive exercises that engage the learner in real business scenarios, where they learn by doing. Each course provides numerous additional resources and examples for those who wish to explore the topic further.

Easy Access

All of the courses are internet-based and can be accessed directly from your desk. Some courses are enriched with audio so you will also need an enabled sound-card and a headset or speakers, in order to fully benefit from the course. For full technical requirements, please click here: Technical Requirements

Time Spent

For each online course, please allow an average of 4 to 5 hours of online learning in total. This can be broken down into shorter segments, at your own convenience. Your login will be valid for approximately 90 days, during which time you may access the online course as many times as you wish.

If you require a Certificate of Completion, please send your enrolment details and your full postal address to info.INSEAD0NLINE@insead.edu when you have finished the course.


 

 


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