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Satyam ties up with HBSP, U21Global

SSL has tied up with Harvard Business School Publishing and Universitas 21 Global to offer advanced global business leadership.

india Updated: Apr 11, 2006 16:22 IST

Satyam Computers services said on Tuesday that its corporate leadership university School of Leadership (SSL) has tied up with Harvard Business School Publishing (HBSP) and Universitas 21 Global (U21Global) to offer advanced global business leadership learning for its senior executives.

The programme, termed as the "certificate of global business leadership", would equip executives with skills taught in MBA programmes to expand and deepen global strategic leadership capability, Satyam informed the Bombay Stock Exchange.

"The three year tie-up today will enable us to draw upon the required learning's and thought processes from their knowledge base and experiences, and we are glad to extend the same to our associates," company's co-founder and CEO B Rama Raju said.

SSL would enhance the global business leadership skills of more than 3,000 company executives over the next three years. The programme, fully sponsored by SSL, has been developed and designed exclusively for Satyam.

HBSP and U21Global (the online graduate school set up by the Universitas 21 network of globally recognised universities) would collaborate in defining, selecting and delivering suitable learning content for the program.

HBSP would provide leadership development content, case studies, and online leadership modules; U21Global will deliver additional content, participant management, and assessment processes and SSL would enable policies processes and systems at the organisational level.

The initiative comes soon after the commencement of the groundwork of Satyam School of Leadership, in Hitech City, with a built-up area of 1,60,900 sft. The entire project is expected to be completed in eight months.