EMBA programmes come in many different shapes and forms. The Executive MBA programme of the Paris-based business school Télécom Ecole de Management, for example, is focused on equipping visionary managers with the skillset to lead by innovation in an environment of digital transformation.
Indian applicants to top MBA schools around the world have their work cut out for them. When it comes to the number of international students applying for MBA programmes in graduate schools abroad, Indians are No 1, followed by Chinese and American students.
Albert Meige, EMBA Programme Director of Télécom Ecole de Management, reveals why managers need to work across silos and ask the right questions in order to lead the successful transition of business in a changing world.