Executive Education Vice-Dean Jeffrey D. Straussman’s welcome
The past two decades have seen the re-emergence of Asia as a centre of economic, political and social activity of global significance and impact. This has been particularly true in the domain of economics where Asia today accounts for most of the growth in world output. Perhaps most significantly, Asia’s rapid economic growth has resulted in several hundred million people being lifted out of abject poverty in less than a generation. As Asia’s economies continue their ascent, the challenge will be for its systems of governance to keep pace and adapt; both in order to continue facilitating rapid economic growth but also to manage the political and social implications that must surely follow.
Executive Education at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy plays an integral role in our mission to inspire leaders, improve lives and help transform Asia. Our programmes are designed to serve the needs of organisations and working professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, helping strengthen their leadership and management capabilities to perform more effectively in this rapidly changing environment. Our experienced team of faculty and senior practitioners seeks to integrate cutting-edge research with practical know-how and expertise.
Here, you can find information about our programmes with some ideas on how we might work with you to meet the needs of your organisation. We would very much welcome the opportunity to discuss these further with you.
Jeffrey D. Straussman
Vice-Dean (Executive Education)
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy