Dr. Art Langer Featured in Business Standard

Business Standard Reports Columbia’s CTM “Eyes Larger India Play”
Center for Technology Management, July 25, 2014

In a recent conversation with Business Standard, WOS founder and chairman Art Langer discussed plans to extend the Center for Technology Management’s reach to Paris and India.

Under Langer’s direction, CTM will open a center in Paris in October. "We are getting more inquiries for [that] program,” he said. “We are as well looking at planning a unit in India. We are exploring various options on where to house the center in India, and we will decide on that shortly."

Langer emphasized a growing number of Indian technology professionals are enrolling in the Executive M.S. in Technology Management program offered by Columbia. It requires students to choose an intensive four and a half day residency plan based in Paris or New York City.

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Agents of Change

Our founder Dr. Art Langer spoke at TEDxTeachersCollege in March. The conference explored how change affects “our personal lives, our disciplines, and our societies.”

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