Consider attending or inviting your colleagues to attend one of our more than 20 leadership and strategy programs on campus. Each program is taught by our MBA faculty and sessions are complemented with business leaders and global guest speakers. This is a great opportunity to keep learning and to encourage your peers and friends to do the same.
June 9 - 14, 2013
Leading Change and Organizational Renewal emphasizes learning in action and provides tools, time, and structure for participants to apply the learning to their own business situations. Directed by senior faculty from both the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School, this program represents a unique collaboration between leading researchers and practitioners in the area of organizational change and renewal. Structured work groups provide high-level participant interaction outside the classroom, and the LCOR Toolkit, made available to each participant to take back to his/her organization, allows for the lessons from the classroom and the work groups to be shared and implemented back home.
June 16 – 21, 2013
Based on two of the Graduate School of Business' most popular and long-standing courses, this program's unique T-Group (Training Group) methodology and 12:1 student-faculty ratio provide a highly personalized learning experience for each participant. In this highly interactive program, senior-level executives learn how to engage in productive interpersonal exchanges, assess the impact of their own behaviors and leadership styles, and excel at creating more powerful, professional relationships in a variety of contexts.
July 14 – 26, 2013
The Executive Program in Strategy and Organization enables executives to apply the results of pioneering multidisciplinary research in strategic management and organizational theory to their specific business situations. Participants explore how their own organization's competencies and shortcomings translate into strategic challenges and opportunities and come away with the skills necessary to build appropriate action plans.
July 28 – August 2, 2013
The Advanced Leadership Program for Asian-American Executives will accelerate development of global business leadership skills for senior executives working in U.S. companies. Stanford's Asian-American executive program is the first of its kind to address the apparent gap in effective executive training for high-achieving Asian executives—a gap substantiated by the surprising disparity between Asians in the corporate workforce and those in executive positions.