Lagos Business School flagged off the 26th edition of the Advanced Management Programme (AMP 26) yesterday.
The programme, which will run for four months, is for executive directors and members of executive management teams of large organisations. A curriculum built on over 130 international and local real-life cases, it offers participants the opportunity to take a holistic and integrated view of business.
The 43 new participants were taken on a guided tour around LBS to familiarise them with the institution’s facilities, and also treated to a welcome cocktail afterwards to foster networking opportunities.
“We are proud to welcome AMP 26 to LBS and are sure they will enjoy the programme,” said Thelma Opara, the programme manager. “They can be sure we will meet and even surpass their expectations of the programme which will give them an edge in their companies or businesses.”
Participants in the new batch are diverse, coming from manufacturing, consultancy and entertainment, among others, and have an average of 19 years’ work experience.