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PIM trains public administrators in the Netherlands


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The Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) conducted its third International Leadership Program jointly with an esteemed European business school, Maastricht School of Management (MSM), the Netherlands, for a batch of senior officers of the state sector.

 The program focused on the different facets of leadership, and addressed how the triple helix model can be implemented successfully. The participants, while learning the conceptual and theoretical aspects of leadership in the lecture room sessions, were also brought into contact with public and private sector management experts in the Netherlands. Participants had the opportunity to visit the Dutch National Bank, The National Academy of Finance and Economics. The program was in line with the PIM’s strategic partnership building initiated by PIM Director Prof. Ajantha S. Dharmasiri. The program in its entirety was coordinated by PIM Faculty Member and Management Consultant Dilhan V. Goonetilleke. 


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