Mini MBA by IME Singapore

How to find your career path – and take your place in the market

By IME Singapore on 06-Mar-2019 11:40:05

Just like we can’t predict what happens in life, it is hard to tell, beforehand, what will happen in your career over the course of a lifetime. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t plan which direction your career should go – or make a bold career change.

There is no such thing as the perfect career, and no universal checklist to when you have made the perfect career. It is a highly individual thing. However, many would say that ‘passion’ is essential. This is often what will keep us going, even when times are tough. Some might also add ‘skills’ and ‘your values’ as good objectives to define the perfect career – for you.

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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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7 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Mini MBA Executive Course

By IME Singapore on 24-Apr-2018 13:28:57

You may be considering whether an executive course is relevant for you. Should you take time off to do a full MBA with a specialization in finances or do you even need new tools to manage you work? In this blog post we will lay down the 7 most important reasons for embarking on a Mini MBA executive course.

 

1 – Grow alongside your career

You want to advance your career, but imagine what would happen if you left your job for an education to return a year later. Would there be any significant changes to the industry? Well yes. Unless you work in the bespoke-horse-carriage-industry the market moves with the speed of light and technology even faster. You’d be miles behind, trying to catch up, maybe not being welcome at your old job anymore. This is why many managers choose executive courses that can be done alongside their work.

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