Executive Education works with the Korean Development Institute
Daniel H. Nelson, Kenneth Taihee Lee, Sang-Moon Hahm, William Sullivan, Taejong Kim and Gil-Sang Won.
were held in Seoul with the Korean Development Institute to plan a
program that will sponsor over 100 senior Government of India officials
to visit Korea to study the Korean civil service system. Maxwell has a
long-standing relationship with KDI. For over twenty years, Executive
Education has hosted Korean public officials interested in improving
their public administration knowledge and skill sets.
KDI School of Public Policy and Management was established in 1997 to
educate and develop the next generation of leaders in today's rapidly
changing and globalizing economy. The School offers an innovative
educational program focusing on policy and international issues and
aims to transform mid-career professionals into leaders of their
respective fields by equipping them with new knowledge, vision and a
global perspective. The KDI School also draws from a wealth of research
and resources from the Korea Development Institute (KDI), the nation's
leading economic think tank, to share Korea's unique development
experience with the global community.