Following a successful collaboration with Kadir Has University during the 10th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop in October 2011, Harvard Kennedy School continued its relationship with Kadir Has University through its “Strategic Management for Leaders of Nongovernmental Organizations” Executive Education program.
The “Strategic Management for Leaders of Nongovernmental Organizations” Executive Education program was offered at the Cibali campus of Kadir Has University in Istanbul, Turkey on 13 – 18 May, 2013. This five day program was designed to provide nonprofit and NGO leaders the tools, perspectives and frameworks needed to strengthen leadership of their organizations, engage constituent communities, and cultivate long-term partnerships. The program was taught by Harvard faculty and researchers utilizing the case method, a tool pioneered at Harvard and used extensively in Harvard Kennedy School degree programs and Executive Education.
This program was created specifically for nonprofit and NGO leaders and government officials and business leaders who have responsibility for interfacing with civil society. It was held off-site in order to be able to reach an international community of participants for whom travel to the United States is difficult. Located on the shores of the Golden Horn in an area of Istanbul particularly rich in history, Kadir Has University is ideally suited to the dynamics of today’s world as a center for research and education.
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