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Senior public officials join PIM’s program in Indonesia


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The Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) conducted its newest international management program jointly with the number one ranked university in Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada (MMUGM). This pioneering program revolved around ‘Strategic Management’ and was held from 22 to 29 January 2017.

The participants while learning the conceptual aspects of strategic management in the lecture room sessions were also brought into contact with public and private sector management experts in Indonesia. The participants were addressed by the Mayor of Sleman Local Government, the award winning Local Government office in Yogyakarta Province on the development planning process of the local government. The program was coordinated by PIM Management Consultant Dilhan Goonetilleke.


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