This CET test prep courses cover the most recent types of question in CET format that have never been addressed by others. We do not use previous paper-based questions to teach current computer-based CET exam.
Each set of paper tests includes timed sections, an answer sheet, and a way to convert your raw score to the equivalent.
Business schools are stepping up to the task of helping to create leaders of tomorrow who are not only knowledgeable in their immediate positions but who are prepared to learn from other sectors, countries and cultures. Anne Nemer, Assistant Dean for Executive and EMBA programs at Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh in the US believes: “the single word that best defines our program is ‘agility’. Our philosophy is that business leaders must be nimble and move with speed to succeed in today’s business world. It’s clear that future economic growth will come from emerging markets, and it is important that business leaders develop firsthand knowledge of how to conduct business abroad and how to approach decisions with a global perspective. Globalism is a cornerstone of our EMBA Worldwide Program.”
According to a 2010 report by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, “Developing economies have accounted for nearly 70% of world growth over the past five years.” With consistent expansion in countries such as China, India and Brazil, the need to work well in an international context is imperative for executives today. Mario Ramo, Managing Director of Executive MBA programs at the University of Zurich in Switzerland notes: “We are deeply convinced that global leaders need a global mindset to successfully adapt to the changing/expanding markets. Thus, for many years now our EMBA program has offered a specific focus on intercultural management to students. Participants first get a two-day introduction on culture and its consequences in business before they tackle specific business regions and their cultural contexts. In this way, they are able to structure their acquired knowledge right from the beginning.”