Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, Times Professional Learning, launch LEAP – A Strategic Management Programme for Senior Professionals

LEAP will enable professionals to upskill and build capabilities to charter their organisation’s future roadmap

India’s premier B-School, The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, and Times Professional Learning (TPL), under its brand The Second Wind (TimesTSW), have launched its inaugural batch of LEAP – A Strategic Management Programme for Senior Professionals.

The 12-month programme is tailored to suit the growing demands of senior executives managing companies of various sizes. Designed for preparing management professionals who can decode their companies’ future priorities in an increasingly complex business world, this programme aims to create sharp business leaders who can chart out strategies to help deal with the challenges of tomorrow. LEAP provides learners with advanced concepts and skills through subjects like Strategic Thinking, Responsible Leadership, Technology Embracement and All-round Business Understanding.

The pedagogy would include lectures, case studies, project work, simulations, in-class exercises, etc. to be delivered by eminent faculty and experts from the industry via a state-of-the-art TPL platform through the Direct-to-Device (D2D) mode.

Candidates interested in enrolling for LEAP – Strategic Management Programme can register on:

Speaking at the launch of the programme, Prof. Keyoor Purani, Programme Co-Director, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, said, “Macro trends such as Climate change, Digital technologies and Shifts in global economic power are bringing major disruptions that demand innovative approaches in managing businesses. The STAR framework of the program design covers Strategic thinking, Technology embracement, All-round business understanding and Responsible leadership skills, balancing classical and contemporary perspectives on business and corporate strategy.”

Sunil Sood, Chief Business Officer – Executive Education, Times Professional Learning, said, “The rapidly changing business conditions have mandated organisations to transform and take a technological leap to ensure sustainability, stay competitive, and drive growth. It has become imperative for professionals to strengthen their functional expertise and equip themselves with strategic thinking and leadership skills to execute the plans. We are delighted to offer the TPL-IIM Kozhikode LEAP programme to support their ambitions in leading their organisations in the ever-evolving and increasingly complex business world.”


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