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Whether building a skyscraper, expanding a highway, or upgrading an information technology system, successful companies are equipped to master the unique challenges of large-scale development. Leading Complex Capital Projects provides executives of businesses and government agencies with the strategic skills to successfully oversee the planning of complex development initiatives. You will gain the leadership expertise and the broad vision needed to guide your projects from initial concept through delivery.
This Executive Education program offers a unique strategic perspective on the latest approaches for managing complex capital projects. Through a combination of HBS faculty cases and lectures, presentations from senior executives currently leading mega-projects, and discussions with a diverse group of peers from around the world, you will learn the latest techniques for overseeing complex capital projects.
You will focus on the key elements of complex capital projects—leadership and team development; advanced administrative structures; technology innovations; strategies across project planning, feasibility analyses, and delivery methods; project financing trends; and creating value through branding and design.
This leadership development program is intended for mid-level and senior executives of private and government organizations who have been charged with leading a large complex capital project. The curriculum also addresses the needs of other stakeholders, including investors, board members, design professionals, regulators, and contractors.