Kathmandu, April 4, 2017: Nepal School of Entrepreneurship recently launched a programme, Strategic Project Management-Leadership for Change and Sustainability aiming at reinforcing business intelligence and stimulating entrepreneurs to generate innovative ideas through revolutionary methods for the first time in Nepal. The three educational organisations – Once in a LifeTime Events, Nepal School of Entrepreneurship, and Kaospilots – will be offering the 6-month programme designed as a ‘living and learning journey’.
At the launching event, organisers Ranjan Ojha, Director, NSE, and Julia Ramos, Academic Coordinator, said that “the programme will allow students to look at their individual leadership journey and how they can become leaders suitable for this changing environment demands, leaders who master positive.”
The programme is based on cutting-edge tools, processes, methodologies and practices that are trends in many parts of the world. These systems are intended to support the emergence of projects and people that are empowered, collaborative, creative and courageous to lead the social transformation addressing global challenges. Participants will collectively share their personal experiences, learn new access to effective academic tools, methodologies and project implementation methods which combined lead the way to a life changing learning adventure. The programme includes the implementation of a real life project guided by a team of international and national teachers, mentors, and experts.
The Strategic Project Management programme revolves around 4 Core Themes, which are common to any business that wishes to succeed in the current global environment: Disruptive Project Design and Management, Innovation for Sustainability, Organizational and Leadership Change, and Economic Regeneration. The learning acquired from these four core themes will be implemented in each of the Nepal Music Festival´s departments to allow the students a practical experience.
The 20 best and most motivated candidates will be selected by the programme’s committee. To ensure an inclusive system the fees of the training are voluntary and to the students’ discretion.
The programme starts on April 24 and enrollment process is open until the mid of April.
To apply and for further details about the course, visit the website of Nepal School Of entrepreneurship at http://nse.edu.np/.