Rotman School of Management (U of T)
[No dates specified]
Explore the unique challenges of those who strive to be recognized as strategic business partners within their organizations. You will develop the ability to make more informed decisions, apply your legal knowledge to move your organization forward strategically, and successfully navigate organizational dynamics.
Equip yourself with a foundation in data literacy to help you to understand, interpret and ultimately influence data analysis.
The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
Jan 22, 2018 to Jan 25, 2018
Learn how to evaluate the financial implications of strategic business decisions through financial modeling. Become more effective at communicating the consequences of financial decisions to your organization’s key stakeholders.
Marshall School of Business (USC)
Jan 24, 2018 to Feb 14, 2018
Often times business professionals assume they have a strategic mindset, but fail to understand what strategy truly is. The Strategic Analysis for Competitive Advantage course online program will equip participants with critical thinking skills that allow them to make strategic decisions to provide an advantage over your competitors.
Apr 09, 2018 to Apr 13, 2018
Explore the most important factors involved in implementation, including leadership, talent management, and organizational design. Learn a logical approach to execution that will help you overcome even the most challenging obstacles.
Apr 17, 2018 to Apr 20, 2018
Build mastery in formulating, negotiating, managing, and evaluating alliances. Adopt practical tools for establishing a global strategic position, even with limited time and resources, and for overcoming many of the obstacles inherent in new market expansion and new product development.
May 27, 2018 to Jun 29, 2018
Today’s executives operate in an increasingly uncertain and complex business world. Since 1988, senior executives have relied on the Wharton Advanced Management Program (AMP) to separate the signal from the noise to amplify their leadership impact.
AMP, delivered in partnership with the Wharton Leadership Program, is led by Wharton faculty who bring extensive business knowledge, research, and expertise to bear on all aspects of the program. Core content is based on real-time business dynamics, economic challenges and opportunities, global trends, and market shifts.
AMP is an immersive five-week experience that challenges today’s senior leaders to advance professionally and personally. It is also highly selective; only about 60 participants are accepted to each session, creating an optimal learning environment with a globally diverse group of executives.
Upon completion of AMP, you'll be granted Wharton alumni status. You'll become a part of Wharton's 95,000+ global alumni network and have access to resources that facilitate both personal and professional growth through lifelong learning opportunities.
Columbia Business School (Columbia)
Presented by two of the world’s most knowledgeable and recognized economists, Joseph E. Stiglitz and Bruce C. Greenwald, Globalization (Online): Strategies for Your Enterprise provides new, in-depth views that give you a true understanding of how globalization impacts us and our world at large.
Recent years have seen markedly closer integration of countries around the world, with increased flows of goods and services, capital, and knowledge. There are alternative views concerning globalization. One, reflected in the protest marches from Seattle to Genoa, argues that globalization has hurt the poor, has been bad for the environment, and is governed by undemocratic institutions operating behind closed doors, advancing corporate and financial interests of the more developed countries. The other argues that globalization is the only means by which developing countries will be able to grow and eradicate poverty. A third view presented here challenges widespread beliefs about globalization being an overwhelming, irresistible, undifferentiated force and presents some more thoughtful specific considerations and strategies.
This program will enhance your understanding of these alternative perspectives. It will analyze the underlying forces that have led to globalization, and identify its effects, particularly in developing countries – when and why it has had the adverse effects that its critics claim, and when and why it has had the positive effects that its proponents argue for. It will examine the need for international collective action, discuss the structure and conduct of international economic organizations, and assess the extent to which they are to be blamed for the failures of globalization or should take credit for its successes.
Kellogg School of Management (Kellogg)
Designing Operations to Maximize Value
Topical, practical and highly interactive, this program shows how to reconfigure your operations to benefit your firm’s overall performance. You will learn tools and frameworks for making operational decisions that lead to increased efficiencies, mitigated risk, enhanced global networks and value generation.
Through a blend of interactive lectures, discussions and a live team-simulation exercise, you will learn both leading-edge theories and their real-world application in a collaborative classroom environment. You’ll complete the program ready to implement operational changes that strengthen your organization’s performance and position in the marketplace.
Organic growth priorities, coupled with changes in customer needs and buying behavior, are driving senior executives to explore new and innovative sale strategies. The result is a proliferation of value propositions and sales models – highlighting the diverse range of possible sales strategies while also underscoring the many challenging decisions to critical to profitable revenue growth.
In this comprehensive program, seasoned practitioners and thought leaders provide a deep dive on leading sales strategy practices, and on the key components of, and approaches for, developing sales strategies.