GLOBAL EXECUTIVE CONTINUING EDUCATION
In the era of globalization, IPPAM’s Executive Education program is committed to fostering international collaboration and intercultural understanding through training policy makers and managers to critically access and evaluate the challenges they will face upon returning to their home countries.
Global Executive Continuing Education (GECE)
GECE Short-term Training, NITDA Nigeria
The USC Price IPPAM program recently provided a short-term executive training to members of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) of Nigeria. The week-long educational program brought NITDA delegates to the City of Los Angeles, where they gained firsthand immersion into public policy formulation, design and implementation concepts, with a special emphasis on the information technologies innovation, entrepreneurship ecosystems and regulatory models in the U.S.
IPPAM conducted non-degree Global Executive Continuing Education (GECE) training programs for visiting scholars from Kazakhstan in the themes of Public Policy, Education, and Law Enforcement. Their training was a success and this video documented their journey at USC.
Indonesian civil servants participated in executive education workshops led by IPPAM on re-engineering government and strengthening talent management in the public sector.
Scholars and experts from the Beijing Urban Development Institute (BUDI), China attended an IPPAM program focused on Global Governance, International Finance and Economic Development in the 21st Century.
IPPAM has hosted faculty and executive students from the Executive MBA Program in Real Estate at Fundação Getulio Vargas for intensive workshops on forces driving change in the real estate industry and implications for Brazil.