ISB and Fletcher collaborate for a programme in public policy

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The two premium institutes have launched a one-year management programme for mid and senior-level executives from both public and private sectors…

 

The Indian School of Business (ISB) and The Fletcher School have partnered to introduce a Management Programme in Public Policy (MPPP), to be taught at ISB’s Bharti Institute of Public Policy. The programme was launched in New Delhi at the Bharti Institute by hosting an interactive session on ‘New Skills for Better Governance and Economic Performance’.

MPPP is a one-year programme for mid and senior-level executives from All India Civil Services, state governments, PSUs, multilateral agencies, embassy personnel, Indian and  international NGOs as well as MNCs and entrepreneurs. Developed jointly by ISB’s Centre for Executive Education and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, it will have faculties from ISB and The Fletcher School, in addition to senior-level practitioners, administrators and policy makers. 

Some notable names in the faculty are Shyam Saran, Chairman, Research and Information System for Developing Countries and Former Foreign Secretary; Prajapati Trivedi, Former Secretary, Performance Management, Government of India; Professors Laurent Jacque and  Phil A Uhlmann from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; K P Krishnan, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development; Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament; Rajesh Chakrabarti, Executive Director, Bharti Institute of Public Policy; and Professor Dishan Kamdar of ISB.

MPPP is designed to help high-performing executives from the government, public and private sectors improve their policy formulations and implementations by enabling them to gain insights into management thinking and processes, logic and discipline.

Keeping in mind the intended audience of mid and senior-level executives, MPPP is a mix of residency and online components, so that the executives do not need to take a break from their careers. 

© HR Katha

 

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