Melbourne Business School partners with Malaysian energy giant TNB to deliver bespoke executive education

29/07/2015

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the largest electricity utility in Malaysia and a leading utility company in Asia, has partnered with Melbourne Business School to develop its senior leaders.

 

On this company specific program, senior managers of TNB undertake 5 modules covering business economics, mergers and acquisitions, leadership, change management and strategy development.   These learning modules form part of TNB’s specially designed MBA program delivered through their corporate university, UNITEN, and integrates the partnership with TNB’s Leadership Development Centre. The MBS program is part of TNB’s efforts to strengthen its leaders’ international mindsets and capabilities integral to the 1TNB Transformation Programme.

Guy Saunders, MBS Associate Dean, Executive Education, said the partnership reflects MBS’s growing reputation in the region and recognition that executives need to build their international networks and skills.

 

“The opening of our new Kuala Lumpur office and the addition of TNB to our growing list of clients, alongside Petronas, Pertamina, AKEPT, Nestle and Telekom Indonesia, shows our commitment to the region and a growing awareness of the quality of our executive education and MBA programs.

“It also indicates that companies in the region realise their executives need to have the skills and connections to function at a higher level as ASEAN moves toward a single market in 2015.”

To find out more about how MBS can partner with your organisation to develop your leaders and create real organisation impact, please contact Jeffery Soong, Regional Manager Asia at j.soong@mbs.edu or call +601126101332.

  

The signing of the MBS-TNB partnership was attended by TNB President and CEO Datuk Seri Azman Mohd, Chairman Tan Sri Leo Moggie, future participants of the program, and Guy Saunders.