The Advanced Management Program: The Most Flexible Format in Advanced Management
FALL 2013 OFFERING $47,750.00
Introductory Core Session 1: The Executive OCT 14-18, 2013
Mid Course Core Session 2: The Organization APR 7-11, 2014
Capstone Course Core Session 3: The Community NOV 3-7, 2014
The Chicago Booth Advanced Management Program provides executives with a unique combination of benefits that no other senior executive program can offer. Composed of six nonconsecutive one-week courses over a year, the Advanced Management Program format is the result of interviews with more than 300 senior executives, who all cited the critical need for flexibility and an individualized curriculum. We created a program that features a total of six weeks, with half of the content completely customizable. Three nonconsecutive core weeks are co-hosted sessions with a group of high-level executives in which you will explore critical issues related to enterprise leadership and general management. Three weeks are in elective sessions of your choosing with executives from a broad range of functions and industries. These electives allow you to individualize the curriculum to best complement your career goals, development needs, and business interests.
Past participants of the Advanced Management Program have included senior level executives, managing directors of major business units, and executives leading governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations.
The Advanced Management Program is designed for senior-level executives who have achieved rapid advancement in their careers, and are looking for a personalized, flexible program that addresses their specific development needs and helps them lead their organizations more effectively. Most of the participants will already be in general management positions such as president, senior vice president, division president, general manager, managing director, general counsel, CEO, CFO, COO, or executive director.
Participants have demonstrated strong leadership skills and play an integral role in setting strategy for their organization or business unit. They are senior-level decision makers sponsored by their organization. Candidates for the program are selected based on both experience and their ability to contribute to the overall learning community we build in the program. All participants are expected to engage in class dialogue and debate that enhances the learning experience for all. Since the program is intense, it is vital that applicants possess a commitment to preparation and active engagement.
Participants should also be ready to engage in various approaches to learning and being exposed to diverse frameworks and ideas. Proficiency in written and spoken English is required for successful participation in the program.
For More Information Contact:
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
450 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive Chicago, IL 60611-4316
Associate Director of Executive Education
Phone: (312) 423-8042
Fax: (312) 464-8731