It’s hard to imagine mild-mannered 45-year old finance director Paul Chin of Singapore banging on a table to express his strong disagreement with a top boss and then storm out of the boss’s office.But that’s what happened earlier in his professional life, as a young officer with the Singapore police.
One of my career aspirations is to go into more strategic roles in a multi-national company and this Manchester program has helped me achieve this goal.This Manchester program is not an end in itself, but a means to an end. It has given me the ability to develop my career to its fullest potential, at an accelerated pace.
Oscar’s journey from his family’s home in Mexico to the Shanghai Centre of the Manchester Business School started seven years ago, at a dinner in Brazil. At this dinner, the 23-year old was introduced to a gathering of international diplomats by the Mexican ambassador to Brazil.
2012 March 31st to April 2nd is the most memorable days for my MBA course work. During these three days, I had my Ethics, Governance and Competition Policy (EGCP) workshop at the Manchester Business School (MBS) in Manchester, UK.