We are dedicated to teaching essential management skills for effective leadership and to promote an integrated management outlook across your organization.

STEP 01: Acquire essential management and leadership skills

In middle management, understanding core business principles and improving operational efficiency is crucial.

Iterative discussions and networking with course classmates across a diverse range of industries will ensure a broader understanding of new skills and perspectives.

STEP 02: Enhance practical reasoning and management skills

First we will strengthen your essential skills of logical reasoning, vital for business execution.

Subsequently, we will explore the role of “People,” “Resources,” and “Capital” in management, through interactive discussions and developing practical expertise using real world cases.

Program Curriculum

DAY 1: Foundational Thinking Skills
Critical Thinking
  • Setting the proper set of questions to analyse the complicated problems and build robust logic to communicate with others.
  • Original Case
  • The structure of discussion at meetings and how to lead the discussion effectively
  • Original Case
DAY 2: Fundamentals in Management (Resource)
Strategy Basics
  • Basic framework for business strategy (PEST, 5F, 3C, Value chain)
  • Park Corp. & Aoyama Flower Market Cases
Strategy Planning
  • How to plan  the strategy for competitive advantage
  • Samsung Case
DAY 3: Fundamentals in Management (Resource)
Marketing Basics
  • Marketing basic process (Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning, 4Ps)
  • Alcohol 0.00% Competition Case
Marketing Strategy
  • Marketing strategy for success and adaptability for external environments
  • Callaway Case
DAY 4: Fundamentals in Management (Capital)
Accounting Basics
  • Basic financial statements (PL, BS, Cash Flow)
  • Saizeriya & Hiramatsu Cases
Projected Financial Statements
  • Creating projected financial statements for decision making
  • Jones Electrical Distribution Cases
DAY 5: Fundamentals in Management (People)
  • External environment and leadership for transforming organisations
  • Apple Computer Case
Organisation Culture
  • Why organisational culture is competitive advantage
  • Otsuka Pharmaceutical Case
DAY 6: Integrated Learning (Capital & Summary)
Investment Decision
  • Investment decision with NPV/IRR for business
  • IP Company Case
Management Overview
  • Top management perspectives
  • Zara Case
Program Fees & Details
Who should attend

Managers and executives who hold managerial positions in functional areas, or who have recently been promoted to general management.

Key Benefits
  • Enhance basic business skills
  • Gain a basic management framework.
  • Foster business perspectives and leadership through case methods.
  • Build a network of managerial participants from various companies



Fully Online

Next Run

Jan 2025

Program Duration

6 Days (Bi-weekly on weekdays)

Program Fees

SGD 5,046.70 (Inclusive of 9% GST)
*Includes GLOBIS Unlimited

How to Apply
  • All participants to apply individually on our website regardless of company sponsorship
  • Limited to a maximum of 3 staffs per company
Application Dateline

We will stop receiving applications once classes are filled up


Past Participants' Voices

Acquired the necessary management skills for leaders and gain a company-wide perspective.
  1. Along with acquiring fundamental knowledge about people, resources, and finances, our outlook on tasks broadened (from short-term to mid-to-long-term, from tasks to vision, etc.).
  2. Through this program, we learned the importance of discussing and learning together in groups, starting from basic knowledge. It also served as an opportunity to reconsider our company’s management philosophy, strategies, and organization.
Ability to recognize and overcome areas of weakness in the domains of thinking, people, resources, and finances.
  1. Various perspectives were presented on the challenges, allowing me to understand both the areas I grasped well and those I struggled with, and I was able to complement them.
  2. While financial statements, which are not often encountered in practical work, may seem like mere collections of numbers, I realized anew that they carry significant meaning. This realization broadened my perspective, prompting me to think not only from the standpoint of my department but also from a company-wide perspective as a manager.
Developed practical skills through thorough output.
  1. The abundance of output opportunities made for excellent training. The course was designed in a way that made it easy to build understanding, such as through the sequence of subjects, which was very beneficial.
  2. I made a conscious effort to think, “How would this apply in our company?” and “What would I do in this situation?” By immersing myself in the protagonist’s role, I found that while it was challenging during the contemplation process, solutions and breakthroughs felt as if I had personally experienced them.
  3. I was able to systematically learn the skills necessary for managers. This wasn’t about reading textbooks but mostly about output, sharpening my “thinking skills.”