Executive Education Sessions
COMPETING IN EMERGING MARKETS
Prashant Kale, Associate Professor of Strategic Management
Saturday, April 26 | 9:30am–11:00am
With companies achieving growth by expanding into international markets, what factors determine their advantage, and what challenges are they likely to face? If emerging markets provide one of the most attractive growth options going forward, how should companies best leverage this opportunity? This session will address answers to those questions and much more.
FACULTY PANEL AND LUNCH: WHO IS STUDYING WHAT AND WHY
Executive Education Sessions: $99
James Weston, Professor of Finance; Wagner Kamakura, Jesse H. Jones Professor of Marketing; Scott Sonenshein, Jones School Distinguished Associate Professor of Management; and K. Ramesh, Herbert S. Autrey Professor of Accounting.
Saturday, April 26 | 11:15am–1:00pm
Get an insider’s view of what some of our most prolific faculty are researching and publishing.
SUCCESSION PLANNING: LEVERAGING TALENT FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Mike Grojean, Adjunct Professor in Organizational Behavior
Saturday, April 26 | 1:15pm–2:45pm
As business leaders our relationship with the talent pipeline is changing. Baby boomers are retiring, and we need to identify new ways to cultivate the next generation of senior management. This session will talk about how to utilize new methods to get our talent up to speed and then keep them from jumping ship.
Testimonials About Our Professors:
"Case selection was excellent; really taught us to breakdown a strategy in a systematic way."
"Excellent delivery and content. Very dynamic. Made the content easily understandable and relevant."
"Very engaging speaker...great at pulling everyone into the discussion."
Associate Professor of Strategic Management
"Seasoned presenter, great enthusiasm."
"Mike’s presentation really hit home."
"The amazing content stimulated our creative thinking."
Adjunct Professor in Organizational Behavior