Dubai: The UAE Global Management Challenge is back with a second edition that promises to attract a greater number of participants than its predecessor.
What does GMC stand for?
GMC stands for Global Management Challenge (est. 1980; competition)
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The results of the strategy and business management national championship Global Management Challenge were announced at the award ceremony that took place at Sberbank s head office.
Congratulations to Team Desert Gurus on being the UAE's first Global Management Challenge champions.
Teams of students and management professionals from 22 countries and four continents on September 18 gathered in Sochi, Russia, to compete for the world's largest strategy and management competition Global Management Challenge.
The Global Management Challenge (GMC) is the largest international event based on business a simulation with more than 30 countries taking part in the contest.
The UAE Global Management Challenge, a leading strategy and management competition, kicked-off its trial round recently, with 47 teams comprising more than 200 participants.
Aligned with the UAE Government's vision of Emiratisation, The UAE Global Management Challenge is encouraging young Emiratis to experience life in the private sector.
The Global Management Challenge study, which surveyed more than 325 managers in the UK, US, France and China, paints a picture of Chinese managers who are hugely underestimated by their complacent peers in the West.