McGill University's International Masters Program in Practicing Management (IMPM) is an innovative program, offered in partnership with business schools in Canada, England, France, India, Japan, and Korea, which is designed for practicing managers. The IMPM is 'deeper than conventional programs of management development and more applied than traditional degree programs' and combines ' management development with management education' with emphasis on 'the development of managers in their own contexts - their jobs and their organizations.' The Program does not deal so much with the core or functional principles of management or with specializations of any particular areas of business but rather with "mindsets" as they relate to managing oneself and others, organizations, context, and change. In order to receive the IMPM degree, students must complete 5 modules and a paper of approximately 50 pages, submitted about 8 months following the final module; graduates may receive their degrees from either Lancaster University of England or McGill University of Montreal. Students who successfully complete all 5 modules and 'the intermodular work' will receive an additional diploma from INSEAD.
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