Executive Short Program
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Why are some businesses more profitable than others? How do organizations remain competitive in an increasingly complex, turbulent and global business environment? The companies that grow and create value have a clear vision of where and how they want to compete. The aim of this program is to enable you to not only shape that vision, but to acquire the skills and know-how to turn it into a business reality.
Strategy is about making choices, trade-offs; it's about deliberately choosing to be different.”
– Michael Porter
The program will enable you to:
Obtain a clear view of the key economic and leadership factors that drive global transformation
Acquire the necessary tools to analyze the competition and develop the core skills needed to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage
Assess strategic options, alternative modes of growth and design effective action plans
Affiliate Professor, HEC Paris
Consists of 3 modules
Assessing the forces that shape them.
Nurturing the ability of your company to yield sustainable competitive advantage.
Acquire a deeper understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of your leadership style.
This program is eligible to the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) Certificate of Excellence in Global Business, which allows Executives to choose from over 120 courses offered by 19 member schools and representing a total of 15 training days. For more information and a full list of eligible programs, click here.
Obtain an HEC Paris certificate
You can personalize your study path according to your own needs and resources. You will be awarded an HEC Paris Executive Education certificate after a total of 10 days of training. This can be spread out over 3 intensive programs during a 2-year period. You can also join the HEC Executive Community.
The program is aimed at:
Company owners and CEOs
Senior executives of major corporations
Regional Directors or Country Managers
High potential managers in charge of developing and implementing strategy in their organizations
Teaching language: English
Find out more about possible funding options for the program you have chosen.