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MK 732: Business Issues in Asia (For MIM-31)
8/2/2018
MK 732: Business Issues in Asia
During February 15-28, 2018 MIM-31 will have the chance to attend the course MK 732: Business Issues in Asia which is a new course offered to MIM students for the first time.  It involves differences in social, political, environmental, technological, legal, and economic development that have led to the emergence of different business systems across the region.  By using a multidisciplinary framework, this course helps students to explore and understand the formation of a variety of business systems in Asia, and how differences in business systems could lead to different outcomes.  Selected ASEAN nations and major South-Asian economies including Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, and Myanmar will be analysed in this course.
The course will be co-teaching by Professor Dr Philip C Zerrillo and Dr Havovi Joshi.  Earning a Ph.D. in Marketing from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Prof Zerrillo is the Executive Director of the Center for Management Practice, and the Executive Director of Case Writing Initiatives at Singapore Management University, Singapore.  His teaching interests include channels of distribution, system innovation, and marketing strategy.  He has consulted in and been on the board of directors of several companies operating in the high tech, market research, packaged goods, and auto industries.  He has taught in several countries including the MIM Program of Thammasat University where he has been appointed the Executive Chairman since 2011.
Dr Havovi Joshi is an award-winning business author and Head of Communications and Dissemination at the Center for Management Practice at Singapore Management University, Singapore.  She is the editor of Asian Management Insights and Asian Management Briefs, and has served as a chef editor on several book projects.  She has published over 50 case studies and led numerous professional development workshops on case writing and teaching.  
During February 15-28, 2018 MIM-31 will have the chance to attend the course MK 732: Business Issues in Asia which is a new course offered to MIM students for the first time.  It involves differences in social, political, environmental, technological, legal, and economic development that have led to the emergence of different business systems across the region.  By using a multidisciplinary framework, this course helps students to explore and understand the formation of a variety of business systems in Asia, and how differences in business systems could lead to different outcomes.  Selected ASEAN nations and major South-Asian economies including Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, India, and Myanmar will be analysed in this course.
The course will be co-teaching by Professor Dr Philip C Zerrillo and Dr Havovi Joshi.  Earning a Ph.D. in Marketing from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Prof Zerrillo is the Executive Director of the Center for Management Practice, and the Executive Director of Case Writing Initiatives at Singapore Management University, Singapore.  His teaching interests include channels of distribution, system innovation, and marketing strategy.  He has consulted in and been on the board of directors of several companies operating in the high tech, market research, packaged goods, and auto industries.  He has taught in several countries including the MIM Program of Thammasat University where he has been appointed the Executive Chairman since 2011.
Dr Havovi Joshi is an award-winning business author and Head of Communications and Dissemination at the Center for Management Practice at Singapore Management University, Singapore.  She is the editor of Asian Management Insights and Asian Management Briefs, and has served as a chef editor on several book projects.  She has published over 50 case studies and led numerous professional development workshops on case writing and teaching.

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During February 15-28, 2018 MIM-31 will have the chance to attend the course MK 732: Business Issues in Asia which is a new course offered to MIM students for the first time.
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