Print

Custom Programs

Executive Education participants in classFor nearly 40 years, the Kellogg School has designed and conducted hundreds of custom executive programs for senior managers in some of the world’s best-known organizations. In fact, the Kellogg School created the custom executive program category, conducting its first for USG Corporation in 1973.

While our executive programs serve a wide range of executive students with specific objectives — the recently appointed general manager who needs to hone planning and functional integration skills or the product manager who must keep abreast of the latest developments in consumer behavior — each custom program takes a broad view of an organization as a whole. If a large number of managers in your organization have similar professional-development goals, a custom program may be right for you.

Most custom program partners are large, well-known, for-profit corporations, but Kellogg has also worked closely with government agencies, industry associations and smaller companies. Since all organizations at times face significant strategic change and must develop future leaders, almost any organization could benefit from a custom program.

Over time, some companies find it useful to expand the scope or audience of programs, leading to much longer relationships with the school. Some Kellogg School custom programs have been running for decades, with accumulated attendance of more than 1,000 participants.

Learn about partnering with Kellogg Executive Education (.pdf)

Find out how Kellogg and its partner organizations create custom programs.

Read testimonials from past and current custom program participants.

Learn how Kellogg's Leadership Institute provided strategic direction for a global law firm.

Connect With Kellogg Executive Education

Connect with the Kellogg School of Management and stay up to date on the findings from our latest research. Followers of Kellogg will receive updates on trends in executive education and upcoming courses at the Kellogg School of Management.
Executive Education blog Kellogg Faculty Blogs
Join us on LinkedIn Past Participants Join us on LinkedIn
Twitter Follow on Twitter
Facebook Like us on Facebook
Request a Brochure Email Us Subscribe to our Newsletter Read Kellogg Insight


Bookmark and Share