"At GMP, there will always be someone challenging me or one of their peers, probing whether the solution on the table will actually work in their setting or not. I love that kind of exchange—we all learn from it." Read Less.
"I encourage executives to not think about risk as something to be avoided, but rather as something to be understood, measured, and then factored into the decision-making process in order to make more value-creating investments." Read Less.
"Openness to change is powerful—it's what enables people to reach the next level."
Guhan Subramanian explains how AMP sharpens leaders' negotiation skills. Read More.
Exploring one of the largest cyber breaches in history.
Knowing how the global economy works, where it's going, and why it matters. Read More.
How successful companies know how to grow.
John Beshears discusses why even the smallest of decisions matter. Read More.
"In our day-to-day lives, we all tend to focus on our successes and never look at our failures. Colleagues hardly ever tell us what we’re bad at. GMP incorporates many opportunities for executives to reflect on themselves, experiment with their leadership style, and understand their blind spots. I tell people, "No matter how good you are, you need a coach to tell you what you’re not good at."" Read Less.
"I know that I will have one chance to teach that particular case to this group of people—just one chance—so I put my heart and my soul into it. My hope is that by the end of the session, I’ve changed the way they think, the way they feel, and the way they act." Read Less.
Professor Stefan Thomke discusses innovation in a GMP webinar.
Jan Rivkin promotes sound decisions, sustainable firms—and a better society. Read More.
Classes that illuminate strategy—and the links among all parts of a business. Read More.
"Participants who get the most value from AMP unfreeze existing behaviors, open themselves to new ideas, and then think systematically about how to implement those new ideas in their own organizations." Read Less.
"GMP takes executives away from those day-to-day demands for a significant period of time, brings them together with other very successful people, and gives them the opportunity to engage in valuable contemplation that is transformative at both a business level and a personal level." Read Less.
How the JDOT helps managers execute corporate strategy effectively. Read More.
Examining the political and social factors influencing your business.
“Value in any business is created or destroyed in the market with customers, and that’s why sales is so important – for cash today, for growth tomorrow, and for strategy execution daily. OPM participants bring a rich variety of perspectives about this core business activity.” Read Less.
“Many OPM participants face transitions at their businesses, and shifts in sources and structures of capital are often part of the change. The Finance module allows us to collectively explore the best ways to undertake these transformations, drawing on learnings from around the world as well as the experiences of the OPM participants themselves.” Read Less.
In AMP, there’s about 2,000 years of business experience in the room.
How mastering negotiation skills can set you apart as a business leader.
Stu Gilson helps executives grasp the essentials of corporate finance. Read More.
"AMP participants learn how to approach negotiation situations more systematically and how to maximize their effectiveness at the table." Read Less.
"AMP benefits from an exceptional level of interaction among the faculty. We all love teaching this program and want to make sure that the participants get the most out of the experience. We are not just a bunch of individual instructors coming in and teaching our subjects; we have a shared goal and we work together closely." Read Less.
Prof. Clayton Christensen defines his "jobs-to-be-done" theory. Read More.