Noteworthy Executive Education Programs this Fall
Leading Strategic Growth and Change is arguably one of the best programs on strategy, business model innovation, and change. It’s very interactive and provides participants with the opportunities to apply new tools, like discovery-driven planning, immediately. Program director Rita Gunther McGrath was presented with the #1 award for Strategy from Thinkers50.
Though new programs are often a gamble, this one we can vouch for. Led by Serguei Netessine (yes, we are biased, because he’s been our advisor since the early days), this program features an incredible faculty team. Serguei himself is an active angel investor and a global expert in business model innovation. He’s joined by Kartik Hosanagar, a successful entrepreneur turned investor and professor. Rahul Kapoor is tech strategy and innovation guru, who worked for a large corporation and startups before joining academia. You can explore the rest of the stars in this program on our website.
Another all-star team which includes Sydney Finkelstein and Marshall Goldsmith, among others, who don’t require an introduction. The program, which covers various aspects of leadership, strategy, and communication, is filled with simulations and active learning exercises.
Designing, building, and launching products is almost everybody’s business these days. This course is for those for whom product management from design to launch is the main job. This online program is taught by a very versatile group of faculty and based on an extremely popular Product Management executive course.
Puzzled by digital transformation? This short but very engaging program at Cass, taught an expert in strategy and digital transformation, Gianvito Lanzolla, can be a great place to start.
If you are still unsure what’s all that blockchain and crypto buzz is all about, you aren’t alone (we at Coursalytics haven’t gone beyond buying a few thousand Doge coins on Robinhood). Luckily, ESMT launched a great program at the intersection of strategy and technology. It’s not just about what “blockchain” is, but delves into how it could benefit your organization.
Positive Leadership is one of the top programs at Michigan Ross, where is home to the Center for Positive Organizations. The program is about changing yourself and your organization. If excelling under pressure something you and your organization could benefit from, this program is definitely worth looki
A unique program with a very diverse audience coming from different sectors and geographies, it teach you how to approach planning and strategy differently by using scenarios. Hugely successful and often at capacity. We strongly recommend applying early!