“The International Masters in Practicing Management goes beyond the MBA”
Henry Mintzberg, internationally renowned academic, author on business and management, and founder of IMPM.
In the Managers’ emba you don’t sit in silos
You engage in learning from each other.
Develop worldly perspectives with personal impact.
We go global to become more worldly.
Create IMPACT personally and in your organization
Step outside your world to reflect and then act.
The IMPM is organized around managerial mindsets, not business functions
Develop your mindsets: Reflective, analytical, worldly, collaborative and action.
Your teachers: Renowned professors, fellow managers and yourself.
It’s about the practice of management, not the administration of business.
Come with questions to be answered
Professors and classmates as friendly consultants
Drive change in your organization
Getting a better job is one thing; doing a better job is another.
Tap the wealth of experience in the class room
The Managers’ emba uses ‘friendly consulting’ advice from other participants in the program.
Ranked #1 international Masters program in North America, the IMPM offers managers insights beyond the MBA
The impm is the managers' e.m.b.a. engaging managers beyond administration
Leading faculty and input from fellow experienced managers help you become a better manager, leader and champion of change.
The IMPM is delivered by top business schools in 5 countries. Lancaster University in England, McGill University in Canada, IIMB in India, Renmin University in China and FGV/EBAPE in Brazil all bring a different international perspective to the program. Each School hosts a 10 day module that is based on a different managerial mind-set and uses your experiences, your reality to deepen the learning.
- Grow to your potential as an International leader – build your confidence and capacity to have impact in your organization and in your life
- Learn in context, focusing on your managerial reality rather than functional silos
- Develop your ability to reflect in order to make better decisions
- Profit from the faculty expertise and business connections brought to the program by 5 top ranked business schools
(The Economist 17 February 2015)
In the article, IMPM participant, Mike Fitzgerald explains how his experience in India with the IMPM changed his worldview when dealing with collegues in other countries. He reflects on how it challenged his ingrained assumptions. . Having modules in different countries allows IMPM participants to experiencing major cultural differences, challenges their assumptions and opens up a world of possibilities and considerations. In the article Mike goes on to explain how being confronted with something as simple, or as daunting, as the Banglaore traffic opened his eyes to a completely different way of thinking.
Learn more about what sets the IMPM apart. Watch this video
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