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Public Administrators benefit from PIM’s management program in Thailand


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21The fifth batch of participants for the international program on management conducted jointly by the Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) and the Kasetsart University, one of the top five universities in Thailand, was held in Bangkok.

The program focused on crucial management processes, and drew attention to the exemplary practices from the industry and government. The participants were addressed by Piyawat Sivaraks, Deputy Secretary-General of the Office of the Civil Service Commission, on key public sector human resource development initiatives taken by the Thai Government. The program was coordinated by Dilhan Goonetilleke, Management Consultant, PIM.


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