The 21st century is the era of globalization. To sustain success in this rapidly changing landscape, global companies must develop a cadre of leaders who can operate throughout the world, lead global product and marketing teams, and create strategies that are effective globally and locally. To that end, HBS Professors Bill George and Krishna Palepu, renowned global leadership visionaries, have developed a highly personalized, one-week course that is designed to help you take your own leadership to higher levels and build greater global leadership capabilities within your company.
Built on Bill George's principles of authentic leaders following their True North and Krishna Palepu's deep insights into Winning in Emerging Markets, Leading a Global Enterprise focuses on developing global intelligence. You will work with members of HBS's top global leadership faculty and with a small group of accomplished peers to explore your development as a global leader and build a winning global organization.
This program will provide the opportunity to study global companies, such as IBM, Novartis, Samsung, Siemens, and Tata, and their leaders to understand how they organize for global effectiveness and develop global leaders. You also will work with a small peer group to develop your personal capabilities as a global leader. At the conclusion, you will create your personal global leadership development plan.
This program is designed for senior executives leading established global businesses, global marketing executives running global product and marketing groups, or senior regional executives and country heads preparing for greater global responsibilities. Individuals and teams from the same organization are welcomed to attend.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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