International Business Review: Interview with Prof Charles H. Fine – The Asia School of Business: World Class Management Education
by International Business Review | 5 August 2021 | In The News
Asia is fast becoming THE hub for trade and commerce, and as such there is a demand for regional-specific management knowledge and expertise. In line with this, Malaysia’s central bank – Bank Negara Malaysia – and the world-renowned MIT Sloan School of Management collaborated to set up the Asia School of Business (ASB) in 2015. Founding President, CEO, and Dean, Prof Charles H. Fine, shares more with International Business Review.
In this article, Prof. Fine talks about how ASB fuses the best of both worlds, and the school’s aspiration to become a trusted partner for Malaysia and the region. The MBA for Working Professionals programme will help develop the next generation of leaders’ skillsets while they are on the job. Whereas the Iclif Executive Education Centre at ASB offers a wide range of individual courses as well as executive programs.
“Ultimately, we want to be viewed as the “go-to” business and management school for Malaysian companies, and to be the knowledge and resource hub where corporations come to for the best education, research and solutions,” he asserts.
This article was originally published on International Business Review