Partner Organizations

Overseas Partners

CICOM BRAINS has built partnerships with top-level MBA schools and reputable training and consulting firms across Asia, in addition to having our own teams in Tokyo, Singapore, and Shanghai. This Asian-wide network has enabled us to design, coordinate, and deliver local training & development programs in Japanese, English, Chinese, Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese.

MBA Schools

  • College of Management, Mahidol Univercity (Bangkok, Thailand)
    http://www.cmmu.mahidol.ac.th/cmmu/

    Areas of partnership:Thai-Japanese Management Development Program

    CICOM BRAINS and the College of Management, Mahidol University (CMMU) jointly offer open-enrollment management development courses in Bangkok (taught in Thai) for high-potential managers of Japanese companies in Thailand.

  • Master of Management, Universitas Gadjah Mada (Jakarta, Indonesia)
    http://mmugm.ac.id/

    Areas of partnership:Indonesia-Japan Management Development Program(IJ-MDP)

    CICOM BRAINS and the Master of Management School, Universitas Gadjah Mada jointly offer open-enrollment management development courses in Jakarta (taught in Bahasa) for high-potential managers of Japanese companies in Indonesia.

  • Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (Bangalore, India)
    http://www.iimb.ernet.in/executive-education/EE

    Areas of partnership:

    CICOM BRAINS serves as a Channel Partner for IIMB Executive Education Programs in Japan and Korea. We promote IIMB's programs, including “Doing Business in India”, to corporations and academic institutions throughout the region.

Training and Consulting Firms

CICOM BRAINS works with the following local training partners in Asia to provide clients with highly enriching and relevant global learning experiences within multinational locations, especially for executive and leadership development. Furthermore, through utilizing CICOM BRAINS and its partner network, clients can quickly spread their human resource and organizational development strategies throughout Asia in culturally appropriate and language-friendlier ways.