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Executive Education

Professionals need to possess global knowledge and mindset to compete in today’s dynamic business environment. Organisations also need to equip their members with such knowledge and mindset to achieve sustainable growth.
Executive training and leadership development are essential.

Executive Education, previously known as the Poon Kam Kai Institute of Management, was established in 1998 under the auspices of the Faculty of Business and Economics of The University of Hong Kong. It specializes in providing executive training and leadership development programmes to seasoned professionals of local, regional and international private and public organisations.

With the Faculty’s expertise in the broad spectrum of business areas, we incorporatethe latest development, challenges, and opportunities of today’s volatile global economy in our programmes. We also partner with some of the best universities in the world to offer cutting-edge customised corporate training programmes.

Advocating an entrepreneurial approach, our executive programmes blend academic rigor with the analysis of economic and business issues in the real world. We invite prominent business leaders as speakers to share their valuable experience and innovative insights to drive change and to achieve sustainable growth in your organisations.

Executive Education is dedicated to providing training programmes to senior and top executives to inculcate cutting-edge knowledge, competencies and innovative insights so as to drive change and performance in their organizations.


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