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Meet our Mini MBA Alumni Randy Jr. Reyes

By IME Singapore on 14-Sep-2018 11:41:09

"Learning does not need to take up so much of my time."

 

This is one of Randy Jr. Reyes' most important takeaways from IME Mini MBA Executive course, which he completed in June 2018. Randy currently works as a Regional Product Manager at RICOH Industrial Printers and has a BS in Computer Science. We asked him a couple of questions about his Mini MBA journey.

 

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IME Mini MBA at Postgraduate Fair

By IME Singapore on 15-Aug-2018 10:32:45

Save the date! 

Topics: Mini MBA
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“I have a greater understanding of the decisions being made in my company“

By IME Singapore on 06-Jul-2018 14:14:16

For Mr. Sørensen the idea of going back to school was a bit far away. But after discovering the IME Mini MBA he decided to give it a try – and found the perfect combination of upgrading his skills and at the same time balancing work and family.

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How to build your personal brand and progress your career.

By IME Singapore on 03-Jul-2018 13:48:47

Imagine if your own personal brand was as solid and well-known as Lego or Nike. Would you have any problem finding a new job? Probably not. So, let’s get started building own brand – so you can use it strategically in your career.

Branding matters. No one really questions this. But, did you even consider that the same goes for your own personal brand?

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How to spread new knowledge in an organization | with Andrew Jones

By IME Singapore on 22-Jun-2018 21:03:44

Developing the human resources in your company is about so much more than formal training, says HR expert, Andrew Jones. It is about challenging your employees and letting them reflect. Mentoring and monitoring them. And encouraging them to practise slow thinking.

Fast thinking is a good thing. Right? You are a success, if you think fast and make swift decisions. We speed date, speed walk and speed dial. In a culture of speed, it seems like the main criteria for success is how fast we get things done.

Well, tables are turning, and just like in the tale of the race between the hare and the tortoise, what’s fast off the line isn’t necessarily the fastest across the finishing line. Quick decisions are necessary sometimes, of course, but often they turn out less accurate and less helpful.
Slowing down certain parts of the process can help you think better.

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