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Executive education

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World-class professional development

Our executive education programmes empower organisations across the globe to turn ‘business as usual’ into something more productive.

Whether you’re looking to boost your own skills, develop your team, or embrace large-scale organisational change, you benefit from a business education, not merely training. Our programmes are offered by world-renowned University of Essex academics and leading associates from the private sector.

Executive education at Essex Business School is interactive and inspiring; you learn more when you construct, develop and share knowledge as a group. We develop you as an individual and equip you with knowledge that has a real impact on your organisation.

Open programmes

Key Account Management

Dates and booking

Dates: 5 February 2019

Venue: Essex Business School, University of Essex, Colchester

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If you wish to pay by invoice, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

 

This one day sales and marketing training programme helps you to manage strategically important customer accounts for retention and growth.

Through interactive workshops, you learn how to best retain clients and grow key accounts, rather than simply focusing on winning new business, in order to maximise profit and commission. You leave with practical tools, processes and skills that can improve how your organisation approaches key account management. It is aimed at:

  • Sales Directors and Account Managers
  • Marketing Account Directors and managers working in agencies
  • Client Services Directors and Managers

Programme aims

  • Learn what makes a ‘key’ account.
  • Understand the different levels of relationships your business can develop with clients.
  • Learn how to use tools such as value analysis and campaign planning to enhance these relationships and create customer value.
  • Understand the Decision Making Unit and how people within it think and process information differently.
  • Discover how to influence, manage and motivate key account management teams.

Programme directors

Malcolm Johnston

Malcolm Johnston is a Chartered Marketer and Chartered Manager with more than 17 years of international business experience, working with the likes of with THORN EMI, BT, Cable & Wireless and Telstra. In August 2018 Malcolm was appointed as an Executive Fellow for Essex Business School. In his new role Malcolm will ensure companies can take advantage of our world-class research and expertise to help them grow and prosper.

As a business strategy consultant, he helps organisations grow through effective sales, channel and product management and strategic marketing. His experience spans sectors from defence electronics and telecommunications to private banking, wholesale pharmaceuticals and building services. He is Adjunct Professor of Marketing at Syracuse University and has taught on Masters programmes at Henley Management College, Anglia Ruskin University, The University of Hertfordshire and Queen Mary College University of London.

Key information

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £495
  • Alumni programme fee: £395

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Core Management

Dates and booking

Dates: 22 to 23 January 2019 and 5 to 6 March 2019 (four day programme)

Venue: The Office Group - The Bloomsbury Building, London

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If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Essex Business School's flagship management short course

This intensive four day management and leadership programme helps you maximise business results through accelerating the skills and capabilities of your managers.

The Essex Core Management Programme is for senior managers and owner-managers of growing businesses, particularly SMEs, seeking professional development and general management training to improve their skills and contribute more to their business.

You gain access to world-renowned academic and practical management expertise that delivers fast track skills development. The programme provides the opportunity to interact with senior leaders from growing businesses and learn from best practice.

Programme aims

  • Gain a strong understanding of effective management concepts.
  • Learn how to improve business performance through effective people management.
  • Discover how to set objectives and KPIs to deliver commercial results.
  • Understand what success looks like and learn how to create new success standards.
  • Develop a business case for a significant commercial improvement in your organisation.

Programme directors and partners 

Tazeeb RajwaniTazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

 

Mark Kelly

Business trainer and coach Mark Kelly has decades of experience in helping SMEs excel.

As well as holding senior management roles at a range of fast-growing businesses, he has designed training programmes for the likes of Coutts, Balfour Beatty and NatWest.

 

 

Key information

  • Date: 22 to 23 January 2019 and 5 to 6 March 2019 (four day programme)
  • Venue: The Office Group - The Bloomsbury Building, London  

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £1,550
  • Alumni programme fee: £1,250

Accommodation is not included in the above prices.

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Creating Competitive Advantage

Dates and booking

Dates: 12 February 2019

Venue: University of Essex, Colchester Campus

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If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

As an ambitious leader focused on strategy development, how do you develop a competitive advantage for your organisation?

This short course delivers a series of tools and techniques to make sense of your external business environment, industry dynamics and market position. We introduce management processes for delivering significant business growth and strategies for creating high customer value, explaining their relevance to the success or failure of organisations.

We explore the challenges leaders can encounter when developing strategies and highlight the opportunities and threats of a range of industries. We consider both the financial and people management factors involved in formulating strategies for competitive advantage and develop your strategic decision-making skills.

Programme aims 

  • Understand the basics of strategy development and how to develop a framework for your organisation.
  • Link high growth strategy to strategic objectives.
  • Understand the unique strategic challenges your organisation is facing.
  • Learn how to deliver a customer centric value proposition.
  • Uncover the characteristics which are the hallmark of successful strategic thinkers.
Programme director

Tazeeb RajwaniProfessor Tazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

 

Key information

  • Date: 12 February 2019
  • Venue: University of Essex, Colchester Campus

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £495
  • Alumni programme fee: £395

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Accelerating Innovation

Dates and booking

Dates: 12 to 13 March 2019

Venue: Wivenhoe House Hotel, Colchester

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If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

 

 

Struggling to keep pace with technological change?

Blockchain, cryptocurrency, AI and 3D printing are dramatically changing industry boundaries. Services are being digitalised, democratised and demonetised. The rapid reduction in costs of new technologies (3D printing, sensors, drones) has reduced barriers to entry for new firms with compelling business models to compete head-on with incumbent firms. Value chains can be rented on demand.

While companies like Shell can make big bets on multiple scenarios and back it with significant investment, SMEs need to approach it differently. They need to develop an "innovation-on" strategy that some of these new technologies, platforms, and markets while simultaneously protecting their core business.

Join this programme to draw on the insights and research findings of leading experts and the real-world experience of sought-after thought leaders, who have been helping organisations cope with this change.

This programme is particularly relevant to those in technology, digital, innovation and research and development roles, such as:

  • Directors/Heads of Innovation and Innovation Managers
  • Directors/Heads of Technology
  • Directors/Heads of Digital
  • Directors
  • Senior Executives
  • Managers
  • Entrepreneurs

Programme Aims

Benefits to you:
  • Discover six important traits and practices of incumbent companies who have successfully managed to innovate and protect their core business.
  • Learn the leadership traits and incentives required to focus on both the current market and future market.
  • Develop techniques of low-cost experimentation to explore new markets.
  • Understand the nature of disruption, why it blindsides companies who focus only on continuous innovation, and how you can develop a defence mechanism against it
Benefits to your organisation
  • Understand the era of an ambidextrous organisation, which can protect their core business while innovating for the future. It is not based on R&D.
  • Understand the need for developing an innovation engine that goes beyond continuous improvement.
  • Build an incentive mechanism to drive the change to successful innovation.
  • Learn the power of collaboration and communities to build extended value chains.
  • Learn practical lessons from some of the fastest growing companies and understand what benefits it could bring to your future organisation’s structure.
How You Learn
  • Bring concepts to life with case studies.
  • Explore examples from different sectors to see how successful new work business works in practice.
  • Challenge your perspectives and discover opportunities in your own organisation.
  • Draw inspiration from real-world pioneers

Engage in sessions that will push you to think differently and put ideas into practice. Experiment in a safe space, get outside your comfort zone with the support of tutors and produce materials to influence your stakeholders.

Programme directors and partners

Tazeeb RajwaniProfessor Tazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

 

Viren Lall

Viren Lall is Managing Director of ChangeSchool, an international executive education company specialising in strategy, innovation and change.

A business innovation and transformation specialist, he has twenty four years of experience in multinationals such as BT, Adobe Systems, Dell Corporation and UNIDO. His business transformation hothouses were voted the best in BT’s corporate memory. In executive education, he has worked with leadership teams in UBS Vodafone and Lloyd’s of London to name a few, and regularly teaches at the Indian School of Business.

Neil Marshall

Neil Marshall is Development Director of ChangeSchool.

An executive education specialist and entrepreneur, he has previously held positions in management consulting, international trade and education, working in the UK, East Africa, South America, the Gulf and India. Neil is a trustee on the UK and global board of an international charity.

 

 

Key information 

  • Next date: 12 - 13 March 2019
  • Venue: Wivenhoe House Hotel, Colchester

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £995 
  • Alumni programme fee: £795 

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Leading with Data and AI

Dates and booking

Dates: 2019 dates coming soon

Venue: The Office Group - The Bloomsbury Building, London

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

 

Big Data, Data Science, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have been dominating the headlines in the last few years. But what does it all mean?

What are these technologies and how are they linked? What benefits can organisations and businesses derive from deploying such technologies and how can they go about and embed them to deliver tangible benefits? This course aims to demystify these concepts and highlight direct business benefits.

Navigating through the complex maze of these rapidly evolving technologies can be non-trivial for corporations of different size and market maturity. We look beyond the hype and focus on the real challenges and opportunities of practical applications of such technologies for businesses. Whether it is to gain efficiency in current business model or transform decision making and product or service delivery, there are many ways to utilise AI technologies.

Join this programme to develop understanding and knowledge of the fundamental principles of these technologies and draw on the insights from their uses and applications.

This programme is particularly relevant to those in technology, digital, innovation and research and development roles, such as:

  • Directors
  • Senior Executives
  • Managers
  • Entrepreneurs

Programme Aims

Benefits to you:
  • Learn the fundamental principles and concepts behind big data, data science and artificial intelligence.
  • Develop an understanding of the workings of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms .
  • Understand the applications and benefits of embedding advanced analytics and artificial intelligence techniques in organisations.
  • Gain sufficient insight to differentiate hype and myth of AI from real opportunity.
Benefits to your organisation
  • Recognise the challenges and opportunities of embedding new technologies in the context of your organisation.
  • Explore and understand where data science and artificial intelligence techniques can be utilised and have the most impact in your organisation .
  • Learn from case studies from a range of organisations on the use of data science and artificial intelligence .
How You Learn
  • Explore examples from different sectors to see how data science and artificial intelligence techniques can be applied in different settings.
  • Reflect on your organisation and identify opportunities for embedding data science and artificial intelligence techniques to gain a competitive advantage and improve your effectiveness and operations.
  • Put principles and concepts into practice through real examples from different industries.
  • Experiment and learn in a safe space, get outside your comfort zone with the support of tutors and develop your thinking and strategy to influence your stakeholders.
  • Devise a practical plan to explore the embedding of new technologies into your organisation.

 

Programme directors

Tazeeb RajwaniProfessor Tazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School and is the Executive Education Director.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

FASLI57304_Maria_Fasli_300x200 Professor Maria Fasli

Professor Maria Fasli is UNESCO Chair in Analytics and Data Science and Director of Institute for Analytics and Data Science, University of Essex.

Her research interests include: Data exploration, analysing and modelling complex data; Big data analysis and modelling of structured and unstructured data; Machine learning modelling opponents learning behaviours from data; Reasoning and analytics over multiple streams of data Internet of Things (IoT) reasoning and analytics; Market mechanisms negotiation protocols strategic interaction supply chain management; as well as interests in software engineering methodologies and social dynamics regulation.

MIKHA75806-Slava-Mikhaylov-300x200Professor Slava Mikhaylov

Professor Slava Mikhaylov is a Chief Scientific Adviser to Essex County Council, working on embedding data science and artificial intelligence in public service delivery.

He is a professor of public policy and data science at University of Essex, holding a joint appointment in School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Institute for Analytics and Data Science and Department of Government. He received a bachelors degree in Economics from Belarus State Economic University and a PhD in Political Science from Trinity College Dublin. He has previously worked at University College London and London School of Economics. His research and teaching is primarily in the field of machine learning and natural language processing.

Dr Spyros Samothrakis

Dr Spyros Samothrakis is Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CSEE) and Assistant Director of Institute for Analytics and Data Science (IADS).

His research interests include: Reinforcement Learning; Machine Learning; Neural Networks; and Role Playing Games.

 

Key information 

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £995 
  • Alumni programme fee: £795 

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

Digital Brand Management

Dates and booking

Dates: 26 to 27 March 2019

Venue: University of Essex, Colchester Campus

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

 

This short course, organised in collaboration with Footprint Digital, offers a strategic outlook for digital brand management, it is particularly useful for those interested in developing an actionable digital marketing strategy.

This programme builds on the latest academic research in the area of digital branding and marketing strategy and exposes you to numerous successful practical tools that will help you design and execute a digital brand management strategy that is unique to your organisation.

It is aimed at:

  • Marketing Managers and Directors
  • Brand Managers and Directors
  • Communications Managers and Directors

 

Programme aims

  • Explore and examine the macro-environmental factors that drive today’s digital strategy landscape
  • Learn how you can harness the power of digital branding
  • Discover how strategic customer segmentation can help you build a brand positioning plan
  • Learn how digital brand management strategy differs from and complements your present non-digital marketing strategy 
  • Learn to build a digital brand management plan that leads to advance digital campaign management.

 

Programme Directors

Professor Paurav Shukla

Paurav Shukla is Professor of Marketing and Head of the Management and Marketing Group at Essex Business School.

Paurav's career began in industry, and he continues to work hand in hand with industry as a researcher, practitioner and advisor.

He has held academic positions at Glasgow Caledonian University (UK), University of Brighton (UK), Liverpool Hope University (UK), Gujarat Law Society (India) and corporate organisations including 7th Sense Consulting (UK and India), Scanpoint Graphics (India), Claris Lifesciences (India) among others.

Tom Bowden

As a member of the elite Google Analytics Certified Partner network Tom Bowden and the team at Footprint Digital Ltd help companies make more money online through SEO, PPC and Conversion.

A strong believer that businesses can do better and an advocate for continuous testing, Tom helps companies improve their online experience and increase customer satisfaction.

Tom shares results from the numerous tests he has run and helps you make better decisions to ensure your business thrives online. He has a wealth of experience and has developed global strategies for the likes of Sony, Motorola and Cartoon Network, as well as localised strategies for small and medium sized businesses that are hungry for growth.

Tom was one of the pioneers of the service that is now known as SEO and through 10 years of experience has seen search engines become part of everyday life.

Out of office hours Tom Bowden runs a small UK based charity Building Malawi, an organisation committed to improving opportunities for young people in Malawi.

 

Key information

Date: 26 to 27 March 2019

Venue: University of Essex, Colchester Campus

Pricing

Standard programme fee: £995

Alumni programme fee: £795


 

How to book

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to express your interest.

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Industry Specific Programmes

Creating Competitive Advantage

Dates and booking

Dates: 2019 dates coming soon

Venue: Supply Chain Academy, Upminster

Email execed@essex.ac.uk to register your interest for this programme.

As an ambitious leader focused on strategy development, how do you develop a competitive advantage for your organisation?

This short course, organised in collaboration with Supply Chain Academy, delivers a series of tools and techniques to make sense of your external business environment, industry dynamics and market position. We introduce management processes for delivering significant business growth and strategies for creating high customer value, explaining their relevance to the success or failure of organisations.

We explore the challenges leaders can encounter when developing strategies and highlight the opportunities and threats of a range of industries. We consider both the financial and people management factors involved in formulating strategies for competitive advantage and develop your strategic decision-making skills.

Programme aims 

  • Understand the basics of strategy development and how to develop a framework for your organisation.
  • Link high growth strategy to strategic objectives.
  • Understand the unique strategic challenges your organisation is facing.
  • Learn how to deliver a customer centric value proposition.
  • Uncover the characteristics which are the hallmark of successful strategic thinkers.

Programme director

Tazeeb RajwaniProfessor Tazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

 

Key information

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £995 +VAT
  • Alumni programme fee: £795 +VAT

How to book:

Email execed@essex.ac.uk to register your interest for this programme.

Accelerating Innovation with Supply Chain Technology

Dates and booking

Dates: 2019 dates coming soon

Venue: Supply Chain Academy, Upminster

Email execed@essex.ac.uk to register your interest for this programme.

  

  

Struggling to keep pace with technological change?

Blockchain, cryptocurrency, AI and 3D printing are dramatically changing industry boundaries. Services are being digitalised, democratised and demonetised. The rapid reduction in costs of new technologies (3D printing, sensors, drones) has reduced barriers to entry for new firms with compelling business models to compete head-on with incumbent firms. Value chains can be rented on demand.

While companies like Shell can make big bets on multiple scenarios and back it with significant investment, SMEs need to approach it differently. They need to develop an "innovation-on" strategy that some of these new technologies, platforms, and markets while simultaneously protecting their core business.

Join this programme to draw on the insights and research findings of leading experts and the real-world experience of sought-after thought leaders, who have been helping organisations cope with this change.

This programme is particularly relevant to those in technology, digital, innovation and research and development roles, such as:

  • Directors/Heads of Innovation and Innovation Managers
  • Directors/Heads of Technology
  • Directors/Heads of Digital
  • Directors
  • Senior Executives
  • Managers
  • Entrepreneurs

Programme Aims

Benefits to you:
  • Discover six important traits and practices of incumbent companies who have successfully managed to innovate and protect their core business.
  • Learn the leadership traits and incentives required to focus on both the current market and future market.
  • Develop techniques of low-cost experimentation to explore new markets.
  • Understand the nature of disruption, why it blindsides companies who focus only on continuous innovation, and how you can develop a defence mechanism against it
Benefits to your organisation
  • Understand the era of an ambidextrous organisation, which can protect their core business while innovating for the future. It is not based on R&D.
  • Understand the need for developing an innovation engine that goes beyond continuous improvement.
  • Build an incentive mechanism to drive the change to successful innovation.
  • Learn the power of collaboration and communities to build extended value chains.
  • Learn practical lessons from some of the fastest growing companies and understand what benefits it could bring to your future organisation’s structure.
How You Learn
  • Bring concepts to life with case studies.
  • Explore examples from different sectors to see how successful new work business works in practice.
  • Challenge your perspectives and discover opportunities in your own organisation.
  • Draw inspiration from real-world pioneers

Engage in sessions that will push you to think differently and put ideas into practice. Experiment in a safe space, get outside your comfort zone with the support of tutors and produce materials to influence your stakeholders.

Programme directors and partners

Tazeeb RajwaniProfessor Tazeeb Rajwani

Tazeeb Rajwani is Professor of International Business and Strategy at Essex Business School.

He has held senior management positions at KPMG and was previously Executive MBA Director at Cranfield School of Management. Professor Rajwani has held visiting faculty positions across the globe, including the likes of University of Warwick, London Business School and HULT International Business School.

 

Viren Lall

Viren Lall is Managing Director of ChangeSchool, an international executive education company specialising in strategy, innovation and change.

A business innovation and transformation specialist, he has twenty four years of experience in multinationals such as BT, Adobe Systems, Dell Corporation and UNIDO. His business transformation hothouses were voted the best in BT’s corporate memory. In executive education, he has worked with leadership teams in UBS Vodafone and Lloyd’s of London to name a few, and regularly teaches at the Indian School of Business.

Neil Marshall

Neil Marshall is Development Director of ChangeSchool.

An executive education specialist and entrepreneur, he has previously held positions in management consulting, international trade and education, working in the UK, East Africa, South America, the Gulf and India. Neil is a trustee on the UK and global board of an international charity.

 

 

Key information

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £995 +VAT
  • Alumni programme fee: £795 +VAT

How to book:

Email execed@essex.ac.uk to register your interest for this programme.


Leading Health Strategy

Dates and booking

Dates: 19 to 21 March 2019

Venue: London

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

 

In a highly complex industry such as healthcare, strategy design and execution becomes an extremely challenging endeavour.

Many strategy implementation attempts of brilliant leaders have been hindered by insufficient organisational knowledge, methods and tools. Health leaders efforts need to be supported by key models such as the Balanced Scorecard (BSC).

 

Programme Aims

  • Define and distinguish health strategy in large and small, for profit and not-for-profit health organisations
  • Review the background, principles and evolution of Balanced Scorecard (BSC) in the health sector in becoming a dynamic strategy management system
  • See why corporate vision and mission statements set out elements of organisational boundaries needed for BSC development
  • Understand key management models needed for the BSC design and development.
  • Explore how BSCs dynamics aid health leaders and organisations transition from their current position to their desired future.

 

Programme Directors

Eduardo Alvarez

Dr Alvarez is a Balanced Scorecard expert with over fifteen years of experience in senior health strategy management positions, small andlarge scale health reforms projects.

Founder of Proxture Ltd, a boutique BSC training and consulting firm headquartered in London, with international reach in Latin-America, Canada, USA, Nigeria, UK and Romania. Chapter lead co-author in “Advances in Global Health Management” text book (due 2018).

 

Key information

  • Date: 19 to 21 March 2019
  • Venue: London

Pricing

  • Standard programme fee: £1450
  • Alumni programme fee: £1150

Accommodation is not included in the above pricing.

How to book:

Book online.

If you wish to pay by invoice or have a promotional code, please email execed@essex.ac.uk to book your place.

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Customised programmes

Can't find what you need in our open programme portfolio?

We can also create bespoke learning packages based on your needs and sector, backed by insights from world leading academics and industry practitioners.

What you learn is always relevant to your business goals. We understand that every business is different, so our bespoke learning packages are not one-size-fits all.

Examples include:

  • enrolling on a one-off module from our internationally-diverse, MBA – perfect for smaller groups
  • tailored courses run at your own workplace
  • bespoke business tutoring, from a half day to regular sessions throughout the year, depending on your need

We work with you to develop hands-on solutions that meet your needs, develop your people and help your organisation flourish.

Subject areas

  • Analytics and data science
  • Commodities
  • Controlling your business
  • Derivatives and futures
  • Equity and foreign exchange
  • International business
  • International marketing
  • Leadership development
  • Managerial economics
  • Operations management
  • Organisational change
  • Performance management
  • Public service transformation
  • Supply chain management
  • Strategic marketing
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Professor Tazeeb Rajwani  Head of Executive Education
Telephone: 01206 87 2131

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Cancellation policy

Cancellations within 21 days of the start date of our open and bespoke programmes will be liable for 100% of the programme fees.

Programme content changes

Our research-led teaching is continually evolving to address the latest business challenges and breakthroughs in the field. To ensure our executive education programmes are as relevant and up-to-date as possible, the course content may be subject to change.