If you’ve recently assumed enterprise-level responsibilities or are poised to do so, this condensed and immersive professional development experience will help you assess the impact of your leadership skills on your organization, prepare you to create markets and drive growth and equip you to lead your organization through the challenges and opportunities of the 21st-century global marketplace.
Unlike the “MBA refresher” offerings that require a six-to-eight week commitment, the Kellogg Advanced Management Program delivers intensely focused, extraordinarily rich content in three consecutive weeks of rigorous, well-paced programming.
A cross-disciplinary, multifaceted executive development experience
Led by cross-disciplinary group of senior Kellogg faculty members, all experienced in working with top-level executives, this highly participatory program is enriched by meaningful interaction with other C-level executives, board members and senior executives of major multinational companies. In addition to stimulating classroom sessions focused on cutting-edge business knowledge and insights, your experience will include:
You’ll leave this program with a mastery of advanced business concepts and the skills and confidence to apply them immediately in your organization.
Develop your leadership identity in an immersive environment
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Principal candidates for the program are experienced senior executives with a minimum of 20 years of business experience, including five to 10 years in a general management or senior functional role. An Advanced Management Program participant will be poised to or have just taken on enterprise-level responsibilities. These high potential executives need to "look over the horizon" and anticipate business challenges and opportunities in a global marketplace.
Federal Government leaders should consider this program as part of their ongoing professional development. The curriculum in this program supports the Executive Core Qualifications.
Develop Senior Executive Leadership Agility
Hone Implementation Strategies
The program features Kellogg’s top faculty who have extensive experience working with senior executives. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to interact with CEOs, board members and other senior executives of major multinational companies. The program focuses these key areas:
Week 1 - Leadership skills
Participants will build on their strengths, address weaknesses and develop the dexterity to manage enterprise-wide responsibilities while staying true to themselves.
Week 2 - Change management
Building on the insights gathered in Week 1, participants learn to apply these skills to drive change throughout the organization—such as engaging with the board and leading cross-functional teams.
Week 3 - Taking action
The final week synthesizes key lessons and frameworks into an individualized action plan.
Post-program, the Advanced Management Program’s network of instructors and global peers provides continuing guidance and support.
All applicants to the Advanced Management Program must be sponsored by their organization. A sponsor is someone who is familiar with the applicant's background and motivations for attending the program. The sponsor should be the person to whom the candidate reports, the organization's chief human resource officer, or the person responsible for management development.
Admissions Decisions and Process
An admissions committee thoroughly reviews each application and considers the nature and scope of the applicant's responsibilities. For the benefit of the class, sponsoring organizations, and the program, the committee seeks to admit people with comparable management responsibilities who have diverse skills and experiences.
Class size is limited to maximize classroom and study group participation, so early application is encouraged. The Advanced Management Program applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed upon submission until the program fills. For your convenience, you may apply on-line or download an application and fax or email it to us.
Strong English language speaking, reading, and writing skills are imperative to completely immerse in the Kellogg Advanced Management Program experience, to complete reading assignments, and to actively engage in group discussions and activities. Because the program is a rigorous and includes emphasis on building a strong business network, the faculty will expect participants to contribute fully to classroom and study group discussions. The Test for English for International Communication (TOEIC) is not required.
The Kellogg School of Management awards a certificate upon the successful completion of the Advanced Management Program. Along with the certificate, participants also receive select benefits as executive education alumni of the Kellogg School of Management.
It is expected that program participants will immerse themselves completely in the experience and be free of all other duties. Participants are expected to attend all sessions except in the case of an emergency.
The program fee covers class materials, most meals and accommodations at the Allen Center. Travel expenses (including airfare) are the responsibility of the participant. Payment is due in US dollars upon receipt of invoice.
Enrollment in Kellogg programs is highly competitive, and seats will not be guaranteed until your payment is received.
It is expected that applicants have their own health insurance valid in the United States. The University is not responsible for medical expenses incurred by participants during the program.
Because attendance at a Kellogg executive program requires significant advance preparation and demand often exceeds capacity, it is important that you contact us in a timely manner if you must cancel or defer your attendance. To receive a full refund of program fees, notice of cancellation must be received more than 30 days in advance of the program start date. Participants who cancel less than 30 days in advance will not receive a refund but may nominate an acceptable substitute or attend a future session of the same program within one year.
Fred Harburg - Academic Director; Clinical Professor of Executive Education; Executive Director of the Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute (KELI)
Diana Cordova - Academic Director; Clinical Professor of Executive Education and Academic Director of the Kellogg Executive Leadership Institute (KELI)
Sally Blount - Dean, Kellogg School of Management; Michael L. Nemmers Professor of Management & Organizations
Michelle L. Buck - Clinical Professor of Management and Organizations; Director, Leadership Initiatives, Kellogg School of Management
Carter Cast - Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Janice C. Eberly - James R. and Helen D. Russell Professor of Finance; Faculty Director, Kellogg Public-Private Initiative (KPPI)
Jean Egmon - Clinical Professor of Management; Director of Kellogg Action Learning Experiences (KALE)
Liz Livingston Howard - Clinical Associate Professor of Management; Director of Non-Profit Executive Education
Thomas N. Hubbard - Elinor and H. Wendell Hobbs Professor of Management; Professor of Strategy
Sanjay Khosla - Adjunct Professor of Executive Education
Harry M. Kraemer - Clinical Professor of Strategy
Victoria Medvec - Adeline Barry Davee Professor of Management & Organizations; Executive Director of the Center for Executive Women
Mitchell A. Petersen - Glen Vasel Professor of Finance; Director of the Heizer Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital
Leigh Thompson - J. Jay Gerber Professor of Dispute Resolution & Organizations; Professor of Management & Organizations; Director of Kellogg Team and Group Research Center; Professor of Psychology, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences (Courtesy)
Brian Uzzi - Richard L. Thomas Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change; Co-Director, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO); Faculty Director, Kellogg Architectures of Collaboration Initiative (KACI); Professor of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, McCormick School (Courtesy); Professor of Sociology, Weinberg College (Courtesy)
Edward Zajac - James F. Bere Professor of Management & Organizations
Florian Zettelmeyer - Nancy L. Ertle Professor of Marketing; Faculty Director, Program on Data Analytics @ Kellogg, KMCI
Stephen Alltop - Senior Lecturer, Conducting and Ensembles
Rives Collins - Associate Professor, Theatre
Timothy Feddersen - Wendell Hobbs Professor of Managerial Politics; Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences
Lisa A Fortini-Campbell - Adjunct Professor of Executive Education
Jim Woodrum - Clinical Assistant Professor of Executive Education
Robert Wolcott - Clinical Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship; Co-Founder and Executive Director, Kellogg Innovation Network
“I say without a doubt that the Kellogg AMP is in a class by itself. Everything from the quality of the learning experience to the level of administrative support was personalized for my own development and growth...If you are seeking to grow your leadership to the highest level, and are willing to challenge your personal assumptions, worldview and perspective of your leadership, I strongly recommend this program to you”
Director, Temasek Polytechnic
“The experience that we, as senior executives, received was absolutely phenomenal. The three weeks of intensive learning and reflection have directly impacted my business strategy and planning...On top of the learning, I also built my professional network and made key contacts that helped me validate my business plan and also develop new customers for my start-up business.”
Senior Executive, Business Operations,Venture Capital Start Up Leader, GE Energy Management
“Kellogg affords a fantastic learning environment and forum for meeting and networking with other business leaders. All the faculty members that I met during the AMP are truly impressive and have made a profound impact on me...The design of AMP, the mix of lectures and experimental classes, made the difference between Kellogg's AMP and other programmes that I looked at. I hugely benefitted from being exposed to new ideas, thoughts, and ways of communicating.”
Attorney, Partner, Homburger, International Law Firm
"This program has, by far, exceeded my expectations. I have gained insights into my behaviour that I will use across all the areas of my life...[I was] exposed to a wide range of once-in-a-lifetime experiences to see leadership-in-action, and in the process, I have gained a whole new group of friends. This program was the best learning experience in my professional life...It left me confident and energized.”
Chief Information Officer, Jeronimo-Martins
July 9-28, 2017
Start: July 9 at 5:00 PM
End: July 28 at 11:30 AM
LOCATION: Evanston campus
All applications to this program will be subject to review and approval by the program’s Academic Director. The program fee covers class materials, most meals and accommodations. Travel expenses, including airfare, are the responsibility of the participant.
Fee includes lodging and most meals