SSE Russia and EMBAWOOD company became partners in the field of business education
St.Petersburg, October 29, 2013.
The program is specifically designed for the company EMBAWOOD, working in the field of furniture production, and is designed to help employees gain the knowledge and develop the business skills necessary for strategic planning and implementation of the international markets.
“Our main principle – to tailor each program according client needs and requirements, focusing on its strategy and goals. The program for EMBAWOOD is unique, managers of the company will study new business models and learn, how to implement them at their divisions. It is the pioneer program in Azerbaijan for SSE Russia and we are looking very much forward to our fruitful co-operation!” – told Dr. Anders Liljenberg, Dean of SSE Russia.
The basis of every corporate program is the methodology for the creation of educational programs of the Stockholm School of Economics for Executives (SSE IFL Executive Education Methodology). During training, EMBAWOOD employees, thanks to the teachers Stockholm School of Economics in Russia, will develop innovative flexibility and ability to adapt to change, ability to work in a team and develop their employees, as well as gain an understanding of the goals, objectives and internal processes of the organization.
Jamila Omarova, Deputy General Director of Human Resources and Administrative Affairs: "We believe that the Stockholm School of Economics, Russia has good experience in the field of business education and is recognized as one of the best business schools. These indicators, as well as positive reviews and a great educational program ultimately influenced our choice".
Leader in the production of furniture for home and office furniture. The company has been successfully operating for over 15 years. Furniture that is made by 6 factories EMBAWOOD is exported to all the countries of Central Asia, the Caucasus, Ukraine. Trading network currently stands at more than 200 branded shops.
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