Harvard Business School, IBS launches bankers training programme
- Oman: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 06:20
Harvard Business School, in collaboration with Kuwait's Institute of Banking Studies (IBS), has launched in Oman a six-day executive education programme for banking-sector executives in the GCC, Muscat Daily has reported. The Harvard Business School's 'executive education programme' is aimed at upgrading the skills of the GCC national workforce, of which executives comprise the key component. "With the Harvard Business School showing interest in a GCC-level event, the second programme was conducted in 2011 in Dubai and the third one was organised in Doha in 2012," said the director of IBS, Prof Yaqoub Alrefaei.
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