PracticeAccounting FirmsHarvard teams up with CPA Australia

Harvard teams up with CPA Australia

In a first of its kind, Harvard Business School has agreed on a partnership with CPA Australia

In a first of its kind, Harvard Business
School
has agreed on a partnership which will enable
CPA
Australia
’s 117,000 members in Australia, Asia and Europe to complete
business and leadership programmes online.

The two programmes – High Performance Leadership and Case in Point – have
been targeted at emerging middle and senior level managers, using genuine case
studies from around the world presenting a range of difficult situations
frequently encountered by managers, the Financial Times reports.

‘By completing the programmes our members will be able to relate key
leadership concepts to their own businesses,’ Tony Gleeson, CPA Australia
general manager of member knowledge, said.

Blended Learning Solutions, Harvard Business School Publishing’s Australian
distribution partner will deliver the programmes.

Further reading:

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the Financial Times story

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