The Tepper School of Business offers executive education programs that are open to managers who want to advance within their companies. Programs with special emphasis on global leadership are offered through the Carnegie Bosch Institute. Whether you are getting ready for promotion or looking for new decision making tools for your current role, the Tepper School of Business may have the perfect program for you.
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|May 28-June 20, 2013||
This intensive four-week program offered by the Carnegie Bosch Institute significantly enhances the strategic thinking and leadership skills of international managers and executives on their critical path from being leaders of teams to leading teams of teams, and further on to leading the organization
|June 27-28, 2013||
This two-day program offered by The Tepper School of Business Executive Education Center presents essential and actionable insights into data opportunities and models that managers must capitalize on in order to champion and realize the value of analytics.
|September 9-13, 2013||
This five-day seminar offered by the Carnegie Bosch Institute is designed for business leaders, managers, and members of M&A Teams who want to ensure that M&A initiatives deliver the expected results, with a particular emphasis on the intangible elements of PMI processes as the keys for unlocking M&A success.
|October 6-11, 2013||
This Carnegie Bosch program integrates four innovative leadership concepts into six days enabling leaders to develop a solid base of skills to more effectively manage dynamic organizations and interpersonal challenges.
|November 18-21, 2013||
This four-day program offered by the Carnegie Bosch Institute integrates key approaches of Cross-Cultural and Change Management which, when combined, provide targeted concepts and applied tools to successfully bridge national cultural gaps, effectively maneuver the dynamics of organizational culture, and better align and engage people in change processes in increasingly globalized businesses.