SINGAPORE , Sept. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Graduates with prior experience can benefit from a new master's program that will equip them with sustainable strategy and new skills to improve business performance. A new Master of Science program in Strategic Analysis and Innovation (MSI) at the National University of Singapore's (NUS) Business School will develop young talent for future careers in management, consulting, entrepreneurship and more.
This program emphasizes students in the core areas of entrepreneurial innovation, strategy creation, and execution. Students also develop data-driven analytical skills, develop sensitivity to stakeholder needs, and work collaboratively to solve complex problems. In addition, the program provides students with a broad and comprehensive understanding of business, the company's key performance factors, and the relationships between them.
Applications for the full-time annual program open on October 1, 2022. The first cohort of approximately 35 students will begin classes in August 2023.
NUS MSI Program Academic Director Associate Professor Nitin Pangarkar said, “In a data-driven world, business leaders, managers and entrepreneurs must use today's abundance of data to make decisions. . . Our NUS MSI program equips leaders with the knowledge to transform their businesses and stay relevant by integrating innovation with business strategies.
In a 2020 McKinsey survey of more than 200 companies across all industries, 21% of executives said they have the experience, resources and motivation to successfully drive new growth.
"Many legacy industries such as banking, publishing and retail are being transformed by technology and changing customer needs. Entrepreneurs must adapt and be open to change and growth opportunities to avoid being left behind and risk obsolescence. Undergraduates or graduates with little or no experience. "To gain knowledge of key frameworks and analytical tools for strategy and innovation, and thus become better managers and entrepreneurs. Well, our NUS MSI program develops the skills needed for business technology and innovation, enhancing employability in various fields and industries," said Associate Professor Pangarkar.
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NUS Business School Dean Emeritus Professor Andrew Rose said: “Asia is undergoing rapid change, but has huge growth potential. The strong training at NUS Business School helps students ride the wave of change and make an impact beyond Asia. But not only. In addition to learning from our faculty, students benefit from a thriving student life, mentoring from our industry partnerships and alumni network. It will be a journey of change for them.
For more information, visit mscstrategy.nus.edu.sg or join the team at the next information session on 29 October 2022.
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