Organizations and individuals make significant financial and human resource investments into MBA/EMBA programs. This high cost of training and education has caused Human Resource Development (HRD) and training practitioners to focus on measuring whether these programs help their employees to close gaps in their management and leadership knowledge. Today, the assessment of management training programs is includes the transfer of learning to behavior and leadership practices. Life-long learning in business organizations is not limited to management skills but also includes developing leadership skills that focus on enhancing the ability to apply knowledge to innovation and real-world problem solving. From the perspective of business organizations, Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) programs are long-term business investments for ensuring that leaders develop a set of leadership skills and possess the strategic management foresight to manage their teams.