Transforming Proven Leaders into Global Executives
As the world economy continues to evolve, so do the requirements for global leadership. The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a powerful, transformational, and personalized learning experience that explores the best management practices and latest strategies for sustaining a strategic advantage over the long term. You will emerge from AMP a visionary leader—equipped with the business expertise and global perspective to take your career and your organization to the next level of success.
AMP demands an uninterrupted eight-week commitment away from day-to-day demands—a rare opportunity to look beyond short-term solutions and tailor a "big picture" approach. Anchored by an intensive process of self-assessment, AMP helps you acquire the analytical and strategic skills to drive innovation, performance, and effective decision making across your organization.
AMP brings together the top members of executive committees, heads of business units and functional areas, as well as leaders of government agencies and nonprofit organizations. As a graduate of the program, you can tap into an elite global network of accomplished executives for peer support and insight throughout your career.
Since its founding in 1945, AMP has shaped more than 20,000 superior executive leaders. This dynamic leadership development program changes the way you assess, manage, and solve problems and, more important, enhances your capacity to lead strategically in every area of your organization.
By examining a range of management concepts from various perspectives—customer and product markets, evolving geopolitical influences, and current capital markets—you will discover how to develop winning strategies for competing in today's dynamic global economy.
Compare the key features of Harvard Business School's three comprehensive leadership programs—the Advanced Management Program, the General Management Program, and the Program for Leadership Development.
A limited amount of partial scholarship funding may be available for qualified applicants from not-for-profit organizations. To be considered, you must complete and submit your application and include a request for funding. FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact Ms. Kathryn Venne, Portfolio Director, at +1-617-495-6161.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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