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Aston Launches New Executive Program in Managing Human Capital

May 22, 2015 Program aimed at business leaders in sub-Saharan Africa

In July, Aston Business School will launch a new executive education program aimed at sub-Saharan African business leaders who want to more effectively manage human capital. The program will be delivered in partnership with TEXEM, a UK-based learning platform for African executives and organizations.

The disconnect between human capital and competitive advantage is a key issues facing many organizations in Africa, according to Alim Abubakre, the CEO of TEXEM.

The new program is called "Leading and Managing Human Capital," and is "aimed at senior executives who are responsible for providing leadership and formulating strategic direction, as well as human resources professionals, and will develop insight into how integrating human and strategic goals can enhance organisational performance," according to the program's webpage.

The four-day program is set to launch on July 21st in Birmingham, UK. For more information, please see Aston's Leading and Managing Human Capital webpage.


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