EMBA career coaching focuses on the distinctive needs of EMBA students.
Through this improvisation elective, EMBA students at the Zicklin School, Baruch College/CUNY develop skills that help them respond better to fast-moving situations.
EMBA coaching model at FDC supports the development of visionary leaders.
EMBA students learn to cultivate and tap their social capital through this experiential networking session.
In this elective, EMBA students turn to fiction to bolster their leadership skills.
Mannheim Business School emphasizes team, peer, and individual coaching to strengthen leadership development.
Megan Parker works with vets in EMBA Programs as they transition from a military career to the business world.
Professor J. Brian Gray drives the power and application of statistics home for EMBA students.
EMBA graduate found coaching sessions a valuable experience for professional and personal growth.
An elective course at the University of Pretoria helps EMBA students successfully maneuver their way through tough talks.
As more professionals look to change their career focus, EMBA plays a role in helping them find their way.
Columbia Business School elective prepares EMBA students to lead diverse organizations.
EMBA Program invests heavily in essential-to-business, team-based approach.
Researcher shares the business implications of the latest developments in robotics.
Careers services help EMBA students reach new career goals – and new career heights.
EMBA elective helps students unravel the advantages and challenges of conducting business in Asia.
EMBA students at Harvard learn how solving social problems can create much tangible value for business and society.
Research shows greater demand for EMBA Programs.
Hello FLEXA. Business schools and EMBA Programs begin to explore what AI has to offer.
Study shows a double-digit percent increase in compensation for EMBA students from program start to end.
C-suite business leaders share the powerful impact of the program on their careers and lives.
EMBA faculty member drives home the value of economics through his work experience and hands-on introduction to cutting-edge technology.
EMBA faculty member brings his executive experience, love for EMBA, and his whole self when teaching.
A series of carefully planned field immersion experiences bring course work to life for EMBA students.
Elective course introduces EMBA students to the power of building a network of relationships and advisors.
The high-wire act of teaching EMBA students reaps rewards for both students and teacher.
They’re smart, talented, managers and CEOs – fellow EMBA peers make great lifetime advocates.
Dan Smith launched the almond-infused snack brand business Recipe 33 based on a winning EMBA business plan.
It turns out what happens in EMBA Programs is in sync with what professionals say they need to move forward in their careers.
EMBA can help business schools remain relevant in an ever-changing, fast-paced environment.
EMBA students tackle projects for non-profit and public organizations and make quite an impact.
EMBA professor asks students to consider their biases for a clearer picture of themselves and other stakeholders.
Applied foresight speaker and consultant points out the lessons of Blockbuster and the ways future trends impact EMBA.
EMBA students search for solutions to problems that organizations currently face.
EMBA accounting professor rips headlines from the news to demonstrate accounting in action.
EMBA Programs help students build skills, move forward, and change paths.
EMBA Programs offer a great stepping stone in the journey of a lifelong learner.
In this 2018 study, compensation increased by 14.6 percent for EMBA students during their time in the program.
The experience and education of an EMBA Program nurtures innovative and entrepreneurial skills—strengthening personal performance and improving results.
HEC Paris Affiliate Professor Laurence Lehmann Ortega masters the art of “edutainment” using videos and entertainment to frame relevant EMBA discussions led by students.
EMBA Programs’ investment in technology increases flexibility for students, strengthens their ability to network, and brings greater impact to their learning experiences.
The University of Sydney Business School’s EMBA Program takes experiential learning to a new global level with transformative, hands-on learning.
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management Professor Myles Shaver combines theory and student experience to make classroom discussions rich, interesting, and relevant.