The new attempt of German Business schools

The magazine „wirtschaft+weiterbildung“ depicting management, human resources development and e-learning talks in the newest edition of August 2016 about the new attempt of German Business schools to obtain managers for further education courses. In the past, particularly executive managers mostly used executive education programs from respected foreign Business schools. This was due to the lack of offerings at German Business schools. This is supposed to change in the future and that is the reason why schools in Germany strengthen their distribution channels to stimulate the growing demand. Especially attractive are programs for managers because the mostly interactive teaching methods include an exchange between executive managers from different sectors and countries. That is the reason why the TUM School of Management adapted its offering including cerfiticate courses and other training options. Bernhard Kraus, Managing Director of the Executive Education Center,explains the reasons for success of such program: It is especially important to adapt the offerings to current topics that are essential for businesses such as inspiring leadership or change management. The TUM School of Management benefits from its excellent reputation as being an outstanding University in terms of research and development and thus was able to attract almost 300 participants in the last twelve months from enterprises and medium-sized companies. Further expansion with up to two to three courses each year is planned.

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