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SC H O O L

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B U SI N E SS

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
Custom Executive Education Programs

When it comes to management development programs, one size doesnt fit all.

Nor does one approach.

Maybe what your company really needs is intellectual rigor and deep expertise from one
of the worlds leading universities, practically applied to your specific business issues, with
content and approach that matches your organizations culture?

One business school offers just such a model.


The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University specializes in developing
fully customized programs that blend leadership learning with business problem-solving

to help you drive innovation and growth.


All of our custom programs are structured around each client companys current business
challenges and learning needs. And we build our corporate education programs to fit
your situation meaning your needs drive the specific content and learning approach
we apply.

Real Business Challenges. Real-World Results.

THE TEPPER
CUSTOM PROGRAM
APPROACH
Really understanding your companys current opportunities,
challenges and goals is at the heart of our approach.
By focusing on your target outcomes, we build highly
customized programs that can positively impact your
business results, while meeting your budget and
organizational development objectives.

Through expedient discussions and planning, we build your customized program around three core principles:

We draw from experts

Promoting Integrated Thinking about the Business


Establishing the right mix of your key issues and goals with our facultys
leading-edge content expertise
Working on business growth in the classroom

Creating Learning Environments that Challenge & Inspire


Delivering learning in a robust environment utilizing audience-appropriate
formats onsite or online.
Exercises, projects, and other active learning applications that leverage
faculty content for leadership and business development

from the university at


large and around the
world bringing access
and insights from all of
Carnegie Mellon, one of
the worlds top centers of
innovation.

We work with you to integrate our


programs into your leadership
development strategy and initiatives
to facilitate long-term alignment
and focus.

INITIAL DISCUSSIONS

PLANNING

Determining fit
Understanding needs
Aligning on objectives

High Level program design and


content area selection
Understanding parameters | timing
Determining the appropriate
presenters | resources
Learning modality onsite, online,
or blended/hybrid

TOPICS OF FOCUS
Faculty from Carnegie Mellon University and experts from around the world bring a breadth of training and development topics, including:
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Financial Drivers of Corporate Performance


Financial Decision Making
Project Valuation and ROI
Strategic Cost Management
Broad Based Metrics
Wealth and Asset Management

Data Competitiveness
Data Mining, Models, and Methodologies
and Tools
Digital Marketing and Social Media
Strategy
Demand Management and Price
Optimization
Optimization Models for Operations

Crowdsourcing and Collective Intelligence


Mobile and Pervasive Computing
The Internet of Things
Embedded Technology
Social Media, Mktg 2.0
Leveraging Human Computer Interaction
Big Data
Cloud and Distributed Computing
Gamification

LEADERSHIP AND TEAMS


Individual Leadership Style
Power & Influence
Leading Innovation
High Performance Teams
Collaborative Problem Solving
Business Acting
OPERATIONS
Value Chain Thinking
Global Supply Chains
Outsourcing Models
Digital Transformation Strategy
Corporate Strategy
Strategic Thinking
Renewable Advantage
Global Strategy
International Business Building
Managing Complexity, Uncertainty & Risk

INNOVATION
Super Flexible Innovation Teams
Team Cognition and Innovation
Integrated Innovation Methodology
Financial Management of Innovation
Innovation Acceleration
Customer Centric Innovation
Communication Dynamics for Innovation
Leveraging Networks for innovation
Innovation Culture: Lessons from
Silicon Valley

CULTURE & CHANGE


Corporate Culture
Change Management
Leveraging Informal Networks
Coaching & Mentoring
MARKETING
Customer Analytics
Brand Building
Leveraging Social Media

CORPORATE STRATEGY
Strategic Thinking
Driving Growth
Global Strategies
Modeling the Future
Effective Strategy Implementation

To learn about our customized programs,


including case studies, please visit our web site
at www.tepper.cmu.edu/ExecutiveEducation

Leveraging and Building Human Capital


Strengthening managerial networks is essential to build culture and
performance
Determining the best mix of participants cross-functional, crossdivision, and/or team-based is tantamount to program ROI

Our interaction isnt limited to learning sessions. Because of Carnegie Mellons


technology advantage, our faculty easily engages with company representatives and
participants before, during and after the program to ensure maximum impact.

DETAILED DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAM DELIVERY

ONGOING ENGAGEMENT

Program building including company


specific activities, scenarios/cases
and project inclusion
Developing & optimizing content
and activity-based learning
Defining materials, technologies
& non-classroom opportunities to
enhance impact
Learning Platform/Venue Selection

Participant registration
Program Website
Pre-program information and work
distribution
Participant logistics and arrival
Program execution
Adapting as appropriate
Sessions Evaluations

Program Assessment
Follow-on learning and support
Ensure long term impact

EXPERIENCE ENGAGED, KEY FACULTY


Developing the ideal program to fit your business needs and circumstances requires experienced
thought leaders that foster collaborative environments for learning and knowledge sharing. Ours
blend academic excellence with real-world business acumen.
The faculty at Carnegie Mellon University receives wide national and international acclaim for
research that integrates across business disciplines. This expertise is applied in our custom
programs, giving clients with the opportunity to engage directly with some
of the worlds leading business minds.
KEY FACULTY ENGAGED IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION INCLUDE
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
& LEADERSHIP

STRATEGY & INTERNATIONAL


BUSINESS

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AND SYSTEMS

Denise M. Rousseau

Jeffrey R. Williams

Robert Monroe

H.J.

Professor

Associate

Heinz II University Professor


of Organizational Behavior and
Public Policy
Denises current work, adding to her
seminal research in organizational
behavior, focuses on Evidence based
Management and Decision Making

Anita Williams Woolley


Assistant

Professor of Organizational
Behavior and Theory
Anitas research in the areas of
team process, collaboration and
performance, the effect of multiple
team membership, and collective
intelligence are generating
practical business insights into how
organizations might enhance their
performance.

David Krackhardt
Professor

of Organizations
pioneered the concept of
cognitive social structures, in which
individuals provide their perceptions
of the entire network in which
they reside. He has related these
structures to turnover, reputations,
and power in organizations.

David

INNOVATION & MARKETING


Peter Boatwright
Carnegie

Bosch Professor of
Marketing
Co-Director of the Integrated
Innovation Institute
Peters research has produced
a growing series of papers and
books into how value is generated
at the intersection of marketing,
engineering and design that
continues to advance understanding
and tools for innovation.

of Business Strategy
Jeffreys work in the areas of
strategy, business models and
competitive advantage have
produced novel approaches to
strategic thinking spanning business
models in both the old and new
economy. His most recent work
has focused on the forward zone
of corporate investment that turns
innovation into value.

Kannan Srivivasan
Rohet

Tolani Distinguished Professor


in International Business, H.J. Heinz II
Professor of Management, Marketing
and Information Systems
Expertise in the intersection of
marketing, information systems,
operations and international business

FINANCE & ECONOMICS


Marvin Goodfriend
Professor

of Economics, Friends of
Allan Meltzer Professorship
Former economist for several US
Federal Reserve Banks, White House
staff economist and advisor to
Central banks in in Europe and Asia

Teaching Professor of
Information Systems
Key efforts are aimed at leaders
who must work at the intersection
of technology and business

Priya Narasimhan
Professor

Electrical & Computer


Engineering, Academic Lead Intel
Science and Technology Center
in Embedded Computing
Award-winning research and
entrepreneurship

From program development


through program execution
and ongoing engagement,
our faculty members arent
just the names on the
program, they are actively
involved in the development
process to ensure you get the
results you want to achieve.

Michael Shamos
Distinguished

Career Professor
School of Computer Science,
Director eBusiness Technology
Program
Diverse expertise and
contributions span
mathematics, information
technology, intellectual
property law, and eCommerce

Bryan Routledge
Associate

Professor of Finance
and teaching across
financial economics, corporate
finance, computational finance

Research

ANALYTICS & OPERATIONS


Sunder Kekre
Bosch

Professor of Operations
Management, Director PNC Center
for Financial Services Innovation
Key work addresses managerial
issues spanning operations,
technology, strategy and processes

R. Ravi
Andris

A. Zoltners Professor of
Business, Professor of Operations
Research and Computer Science
Ravis interests lie in new models
and methodologies arising from
the interface of computer science,
economics, operations management,
and Internet-related network effects
that help fuel analytics advances at
Carnegie Mellon.

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Carnegie Mellon University
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213
www.tepper.cmu.edu/ExecutiveEducation
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or412-268-2304
Exec-Director@andrew.cmu.edu