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Managing Cultural Diversities

Submitted by: University of Cambridge Programme for Industry

Categories: Business Ethics

Posted: Jun 11, 2002 – 12:00 AM EST

 

University of Cambridge Diploma in Intercultural Management

Jun. 11 /CSRwire/ - The University of Cambridge Programme for Industry is delighted to announce that they will again offer the Diploma in Inter-Cultural Management programme for the year 2003. This is an innovative programme which enables key people in organisations to manage cultural differences in international business relationships. It aims to build a framework of understanding and a set of transferable skills that can be applied to all future international activity. The programme has now been running successfully since 1999, but has after the events on 11th September gained new importance in a business context.

The DICM is a six month programme which combines workshops and assignments with self-directed learning materials, which on successful completion will result in the award of a Diploma from the University of Cambridge. The programme is in itself an intercultural experience since it is marketed throughout Europe and,in collaboration with international partners, the three workshops are held at three different centers: the first is in Cambridge (January 2003); the second is in Switzerland (March 2003) and the third is in Italy (May 2003)- thus providing a unique atmosphere for exchanging ideas and experiences in an intercultural context.

There is a corporate discount for organisations intending to send more than four delegates . For further information about this programme contact: Dr. Soraya Ali, University of Cambridge Programme for Industry at 01223 342124 or email: soraya.ali@cpi.cam.ac.uk

The University of Cambridge Programme for Industry (www.cpi.cam.ac.uk)

The Cambridge Programme for Industry (CPI) works with private and public sector organisations – nationally and internationally – in support of the University’s commitment to professional development, executive education and lifelong learning. CPI is the University’s continuing professional development unit, set up in 1988 in response to a growing awareness among business practitioners and the academic community that there could be mutual benefit in developing relationships based on learning as well as on research.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Soraya Ali University of Cambridge Programme for Industry
Phone: +44 (012) 23-34-2124
Jemma Norman University of Cambridge Programme for Industry
Phone: +44 (012) 23-34-2100

 

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