Live Virtual programmes take place live and online between 08.30 to 15.30 SGT. However please note that on some occasions the teaching day may be slightly longer or start earlier. Also, please note this programme includes a shorter teaching day on the Saturday. For exact details of the programme’s times, please get in touch with the Programme Advisor.
NEW! Live Virtual session now available
International Management in Asia Pacific is now offered live virtually, allowing you to experience the same course content and INSEAD faculty as the on-campus session, from anywhere in the world.
The programme has been specially designed to ensure that the length and format will maximise your learning.
Why go virtual?
- Expand your networking opportunities through specially designed virtual sessions, and
- Experience an optional one-on-one meeting with programme director, Michael Witt, in the weeks following the programme.
Make an impact in Asia
Despite more than two decades of globalisation, differences between countries and their markets have remained a major stumbling block for managers venturing abroad. Cultural variations loom large. Local operations function in radically different ways. Competitive landscapes evolve in unexpected ways. Political risks increase uncertainty. All of these challenges, and many more, are examples of 'liability of foreignness', which has been identified as the leading killer of international management ambitions. Success abroad requires tools to reduce this key threat.
International Management in Asia Pacific is designed to help experienced managers beat 'liability of foreignness' – and gain the edge on the competition. It is the leading senior-level strategic management programme focusing on Asia. In five intense days, it will recharge participants’ strategic management skills. It will challenge their thinking and help them gain a holistic perspective of business operations across multiple Asian countries. At the same time, participants will acquire a better understanding of how to devise and implement effective competitive strategies for growing or expanding their businesses in Asia.
How you benefit
- Gain a profound understanding of how to reduce liability of foreignness in Asia.
- Acquire an enhanced ability to formulate international strategy for the region.
- Develop a deeper appreciation of how to implement strategy in the region.
This programme is ideal for senior managers and decision-makers (e.g. regional directors, senior business development managers, senior corporate planners), who have substantial experience in managing people and are based in the region – or in headquarters outside the region. Participants should have international experience, including at least one long-term stint as a manager in a foreign country, and most are in charge of driving forward the business of their companies in Asia.
This programme qualifies for the INSEAD Certificate in Global Management.
SkillsFuture Study Award
Singaporeans who are officially admitted to INSEAD's International Management in Asia Pacific programme can apply for the Skillsfuture Study Award for International Business. The award entitles recipients a monetary grant of S$5,000. For more information, please visit the Skillsfuture website.
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Professor Michael A. Witt, Programme Director of International Management in Asia Pacific, discuss about the trade war and implications for businesses.
There is a simple truth in international business: All else being equal, the more similar the host country abroad to the home country of a firm, the more likely is success.
"The objective of this programme is simple: to help enable senior executives to drive business success in international business in Asia Pacific. This programme provides in-depth and actionable knowledge for the region."