Over the past fifteen years, Russia has trained some 60,000-plus top managers, leveraging a programme that includes 120 universities, foreign partners from more than 12 countries, and thousands of private-sector enterprises. But is this adequate for the future? Which areas of management expertise will be of most use to the Russian economy over the coming decades?
Russia has a very solid school system, it has an excellent university system, it can produce Nobel laureates, it has developed hi-tech research, but one of the weakest points is the training of workers and middle management in between. That this is a field that Russia should invest in.
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