The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) will host the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Global Leadership Programme (AGLP) in March 2019. Professor Saul Estrin of LSE’s Department of Management will be leading the AGLP alongside Professor Michael Cox – Co-Director of LSE IDEAS – as the Academic Directors of the programme.
The customised programme will comprise a week of high-level debate, discussion and reflection on leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation. It will bring together senior leaders from the private and public sectors across industries in the Southeast Asia region who have responsibilities for strategic leadership and for improving their company’s performance.
LSE will be hosting the AGLP for the first time. Professors Cox and Professor Estrin, and senior academics from LSE, will deliver a learning experience to address the challenges and opportunities in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) context, while promoting business networking for the participants from Southeast Asia countries.
The ASEAN region comprises of 10 member states from Southeast Asia. The region is a source of major growth in the global economy, increasingly interconnected with China, the U.S., Australia and Europe.
Thursday 9 August 2018