As business models evolve, leaders are required to build a set of fundamental capabilities to positively impact the organization and advance their careers. With a strategic view of the business, leaders are able to make better-informed decisions and position their business or function for success.
This highly interactive live virtual program positions the high-performing emerging leader to make bold career moves by laying the foundation for general management and leadership of the broader business. Through an exploration of strategic business functions with some of Kellogg's leading faculty, you will immerse yourself in how to lead in a complex, competitive, global market – identifying opportunities and making strategic decisions and necessary trade-offs. You will learn foundational financial concepts to inform financial decisions as well as assess operational excellence by linking strategy and execution. Also, you will explore how to unleash creativity and innovation within your teams.
This is an opportunity to engage with faculty and peers through live Q&A, discussion boards, breakout groups and interactive exercises. Access to course materials is via a dedicated learning management system. Kellogg offers you an intimate experience with small class sizes to support engagement with faculty and peers.
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Kathy Preble Bayert - Academic Leadership Team, Sr. Program Director
Naini Serohi - Academic Leadership Team, Program Director
Bernie Banks - Associate Dean for Leadership Development; Clinical Professor of Management
Gregory Carpenter - James Farley/Booz Allen Hamilton Professor of Marketing Strategy; Director of the Center for Market Leadership; Faculty Director, Kellogg Markets & Customers Initiative
Sanjay Khosla - Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor of Marketing
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
Jan A. Van Mieghem - Harold L. Stuart Professor of Managerial Economics; Professor of Operations
Please contact us to schedule an advising session