ABOUT THE PROGRAM
IMPM is leadership embedded in the practice of management. Founded by Henry Mintzberg and his colleagues internationally, the IMPM brings together experienced managers and entrepreneurs from around the world to reflect on their experience and learn from each other’s insights. Over 16 months, the managers attend five modules of 10 days each, delivered by leading business schools in England, Canada, India, Japan. These five modules area followed by the opportunity to take a Master's degree.
This unique program is designed around managerial mindsets, proposing activities that draw on the international experience of each of the experienced participants of the program to generate reflection. Executives from the BNDES, Lufthansa, LG, Red Cross and other public and private companies and non-governmental organizations regularly participate, creating a cycle that is renewed year after year with innovative learning methods that are not present in traditional masters, among the which we highlight: "Friendly Consulting", "Managerial Exchanges", "IMPact Teams" and "Keynote Listening".
- Participants in the IMPM typically have more than 10 years of work experience, substantially in management.
- They are generally between 35 and 55 years old and have a wide variety of academic backgrounds, from business administration to medicine and IT to engineering.
- While some participants have earned both MBAs and EMBAs, the program is also open to managers without a college degree who have relevant experience.
- Participants typically enrol in the master's program but the program can be taken as a stand-alone executive program leading to the International Management Program certificate.