The University of Central Asia (UCA), in collaboration with the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS), has designed a unique Executive Education Program on “Thought Leadership” to support Tcell, a mobile network brand in Tajikistan, position for growth in a post-pandemic environment.  Key aspects of the course include business and innovation, digital transformation, and business resiliency.

As more businesses ‘go digital’ and educational services move online, the pressure on telecommunication providers to expand services, cultivate connectivity and harness the future of technologies is ever growing.

A press release issued by UCA notes that in order to address these, and other future challenges in the telecommunication industry, UCA with its partners has developed a ground-up custom program to provide training in digital disruption, leadership and culture, and innovation management.

The program will be hosted at UCA’s Khorog Campus and will be attended by Tcell’s top executives from across Tajikistan.  It will offer an innovative portfolio with new experiences and diverse perspectives in a range of subjects and formats.  Various teaching methods and pedagogies will be employed to ensure content from each partner university can be applied in practice, including case studies situated in global experiences.

The course will be delivered through a rich and blended mix of daily in-person programs and a live online course, conducted by faculty members from partner universities, and keynote addresses from various global CEOs of communication companies.

In addition to providing high-level education, UCA seeks to contribute leadership, ideas, and innovations to the transitioning economies of the region, bringing value through its modern educational and research program and global network of partnerships.  These partnerships are formed to enable joint research and for the benefit of scholars at both institutions and the agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) globally.