Making Managers in Latin America: The Emergence of Executive Education in Central America, Peru, and Colombia

@article{Amdam2021MakingMI,
  title={Making Managers in Latin America: The Emergence of Executive Education in Central America, Peru, and Colombia},
  author={Rolv Petter Amdam and Carlos D{\'a}vila},
  journal={Enterprise \& Society},
  year={2021}
}
Executive education programs offered by business schools became a global phenomenon for developing top managers in the 1960s. These programs were established in more than 40 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America in less than two decades. This article explores the phenomenon in three different Latin American contexts: Central America, Peru, and Colombia. In all these cases, initiatives led to successful executive programs, which contributed to the growth of business schools that… 
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