Program Design Principles

We cease listening to another person when we do not hear anything new or interesting for ourselves. Professionals have another important consideration – whether it is possible to apply what they hear to their work. Another frequently encountered obstacle to learning new material is the inner conviction that theory and information about other industries are useless.
This explains the skepticism with which the audience meet the lecturers. One can predict a usual negative reaction to any course, enhanced by the feeling that instead of a course they could be doing several other, more important things.

Principle 1. Practical benefit  >>>

Principle 2. Complex approach  >>>

Principle 3. New information  >>>

Principle 4. Feedback  >>>

Principle 5. Real result  >>>

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  • For questions related to programs of the Stockholm School of Economics, please contact Vsevolod Krylov, the Head of Corporate Programs Unit

  • Vsevolod Krylov