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London Business School to train Oman Oil future business leaders
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Mon June 25, 2012 10:22 am

INTERNATIONAL.  London Business School has won a significant contract to launch the TAKATUF Leadership Programme to train talented managers at Oman Oil Company and its associated group companies.

In partnership with Oman Oil’s TAKATUF unit, which supports and develops human capital and talent management across the organisation, the School will deliver the two-course programme over two years.

The School, which is regularly ranked amongst the best in the world, is already an established name in business education in the Middle East, having set up a centre in Dubai five years ago and is working with several of the largest companies in the region.

The Lead With Impact component is designed for senior experienced managers, while Emerging Leaders will develop those with less management experience but who show potential. The programme provides an opportunity for high potential, ambitious Oman Oil Company and associated staff who are keen to progress within the organisation. The aim is to build a highly developed talent pipeline, which is geared up to unlock future business opportunities within the company.

Khalid Al-Jashmi, Head of Human Capital, Oman Oil Company, said: “We see our people as the key to our future – not just for our businesses, but for Oman itself. That’s why we are proud to embark on an ambitious long-term leadership development programme with London Business School, which will help us maximise our people’s leadership potential and enable them to become the kind of leaders capable of developing and growing our companies and our region.

“Through our partnership with London Business School, our people will have unprecedented access to the world’s top business thinkers and global cutting-edge research to drive improvement and growth within our companies.”

Oman Oil’s CEO, Ahmed Al-Wahaibi, added: “We’re very excited to be working with London Business School. They have really understood our business and environment and have developed a solution to exactly meet our needs.”

The programme will be fully delivered in Oman and participants will be taught by the School’s world-leading academics, including Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics, and Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. London Business School faculty are fully engaged with the business world and consult to major institution, corporations and government agencies.

Global authority on the future of work and Professor of Management Practice, Lynda Gratton, delivered the keynote speech at the launch of the partnership in Muscat on 23 June.

London Business School’s Sabine Vinck, Associate Dean, Executive Education, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Oman Oil Company and its associated group companies on the ambitious TAKATUF Leadership Programme. We are enthused by their strong commitment to transforming their high potential managers into high performing leaders and look forward to working with them on delivering this innovative programme over the coming years.

“This important partnership also reaffirms London Business School's commitment to the region, where we offer a degree programme and work closely with a number of corporate clients.”

About London Business School

London Business School's vision is to have a profound impact on the way the world does business. The School is consistently ranked among the best in the world for its full-time MBA programme*. In research, the School is ranked top ten and holds the highest average research score of any UK academic institution**.
 
The School's faculty, from over 30 countries, is grouped into seven subject areas – Accounting; Economics; Finance; Management Science and Operations; Marketing; Organisational Behaviour; and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Additionally it has four research centres: Aditya Birla India Centre, Centre for Corporate Governance, Coller Institute of Private Equity, and Deloitte Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
 
Studying at the School provides access to an unmatched diversity of thought. With a presence in four international cities – London, New York, Hong Kong and Dubai – the School is well positioned to equip students from more than 100 countries with the capabilities needed to operate in today’s business environment. Students further benefit from our 33,500 alumni from more than 130 countries, who provide a wealth of knowledge, business experience and worldwide networking opportunities.
 
The School awards over 1,000 degrees every year, across MBA, Executive MBA, EMBA-Global, Masters in Finance, Masters in Management, Sloan MSc and PhD programmes. The Executive Education team offers a portfolio of over 25 open programmes as well as custom-designed programmes developed to meet the specific needs of individuals and their organisation. Annually, over 7,000 participants attend executive programmes that are led by many of the world’s leading business thinkers.
 
For more information, please visit www.london.edu

 

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