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The Stanford Executive Program 2010.03.15

Established in 1952, the Stanford Executive Program is the flagship executive program offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Taught by more than 30 Stanford faculty members, this six-week program features a general management curriculum that is customized to the needs of senior executives working in global companies, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Program Dates: June 20 - July 31, 2010.

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Established in 1952
, the Stanford Executive Program is the flagship executive program offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Taught by more than 30 Stanford faculty members, this six-week program features a general management curriculum that is customized to the needs of senior executives working in global companies, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations.

 
 

Program Dates: June 20 - July 31, 2010

Application Deadline: April 30, 2010

Program Tuition: $54,000 USD

The purpose of the Stanford Executive Program is to equip senior executives with the knowledge, relationships, and tools necessary to drive results at the highest levels of global management.

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Participants in the program embark on a comprehensive academic journey that prepares them to successfully navigate the diverse challenges facing top executives in today's dynamic global marketplace.
Stanford University campus
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Residing together on the Stanford University campus, participants in the Stanford Executive Program immerse themselves in a curriculum that examines the economic, political, social, and ethical demands of top leadership.

Stanford University campus
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While pursuing studies with peer executives from around the world, participants are inspired by the diverse cultures and new friendships that define the Stanford experience.

The Stanford Executive Program is designed for seasoned executives with at least 12-15 years of management experience and strategic responsibilities at the company- or country-wide level.

Stanford University campus
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The program's curriculum covers a broad range of topics at the strategic level and proceeds at a very fast pace.
Participants are expected to quickly digest large amounts of reading material, actively contribute to study group discussions, and articulate informed positions on a variety of issues – all on a daily basis.

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The typical participant in the Stanford Executive Program has set aggressive professional goals for the years ahead and often faces a number of professional challenges which may include:

• Promotion to a position with significant global leadership responsibilities

• Transition from a top-level, functionally centered role to a senior-level, general management role

• Rapidly changing industry environment that demands new strategies and capabilities

• Shift or planned shift in organizational strategy that demands fresh leadership perspectives


Benefits for Participants


The Stanford Executive Program offers four primary benefits to participants.

Broaden Your Expertise.

Given the need for today's top managers to possess broad expertise that spans business disciplines, the Stanford Executive Program enables executives to quickly expand their knowledge base across all core functional areas through the program's integrated core curriculum.

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The program's unique elective course component compliments the core curriculum and allows executives to focus on specific areas in which they lack formal training.
The wide range of functions, industries, and countries represented by the diverse mix of program participants also provides exposure to valuable new perspectives on management.

Refresh Your Knowledge.

Most senior executives do not have the time to constantly refresh their core managerial skills with the latest academic research and best practices.

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Even if they already have an MBA or related business degree, many executives are still relying on skills and principles learned years ago to manage in a business environment that changes dramatically every year.
Attending the Stanford Executive Program enables executives to quickly update and extend core management skills that apply directly to today's global, highly competitive, and dynamic business landscape.

Map Your Direction.

All program participants are given time to conceive, create, and iterate upon their own Personal Roadmap.

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The Roadmap serves as a canvas upon which participants record their own key insights during the program, visually map and relate these insights to each other, and identify solutions to the strategic challenges faced by their organization. In addition, participants often share their Roadmaps with each other as a basis for discussion and debate.

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As a result, participants return to their organization with both a plan and the tools to drive results.

Shape Your Organization's Future.

While covering general management principles in detail, the curriculum of the Stanford Executive Program emphasizes strategy and global leadership.

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Courses highlight the strategic impact of each core functional area of business, and significant class time is devoted to strategic leadership in the global economy.

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This focus enables executives who have devoted much of their careers to internally or operationally focused roles to step back, expand their perspectives, and identify breakthrough insights that will drive their organization's future success.


Class Sections


Each session of the Stanford Executive Program is divided into two concurrent class sections to enhance interaction during classroom sessions.

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The two class sections are reassigned midway through the program to increase peer exposure and knowledge sharing.


Faculty


The faculty members who take part in the Stanford Executive Program are distinguished by both their expertise in academic research and their experience teaching senior executives.

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Full-time faculty members from the Stanford Graduate School of Business teach all core and elective courses in the program, while supplementary sessions and guest lectures incorporate leading faculty from across Stanford University, the Hoover Institution (Stanford's world-renowned think tank), and the global business and academic communities.


Executive Director


Robert A. Burgelman
Edmund W. Littlefield Professor of Management; Executive Director of the Stanford Executive Program



Robert A. Burgelman
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Robert Burgelman
carries out longitudinal field-based research on the role of strategy in firm evolution.
He has examined how companies enter into new businesses (through corporate entrepreneurship and internal corporate venturing as well as through acquisition) and leave others (through strategic business exit), and how success may lead to co-evolutionary lock-in with the environment.
His research has focused on organizations where strategic action is distributed among multiple levels of management.
He has written approximately 100 case studies of companies in many different technology-based industries.
He currently focuses on the challenges posed by nonlinear strategic dynamics.


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/sep/faculty.html  

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“I signed on for the Stanford Executive Program because I really wanted to get a global experience. I was amazed from the very beginning by the quality of people. The professors are top-notch, and the diversity of industries and expertise represented in the class was outstanding. As a result of the program, I have become much more aware of the various drivers in a business environment, as well as different global and business cultures.”
Kourosh Hadi
Chief of Product Development
The Boeing Company , SEP 2007



“Given Stanford’s well-established reputation for innovation and thought leadership, I expected exceptional teaching. The Stanford Executive Program didn’t disappoint. From first to last, the courses challenged ‘perceived wisdom’ in a provoking way while remaining practical and tools-based.”
Richard Daniel
COO, Legal and Compliance
Barclays Bank, SEP 2008


“SEP has more than lived up to my expectations. The professors are the foremost thinkers in their fields and my fellow students brought tremendous experience from a wide range of industries. The robust nature of the coursework, activities, study groups, and individual conversations along the way allowed me to push myself both personally and professionally, maximizing my future contributions in the workplace.”
Tom Andriola
Vice President and General Manager
Royal Philips Electronics N.V., SEP 2009


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Contact:

Lisa Blair
Associate Director, Programs
Office of Executive Education
Stanford Graduate School of Business

Phone: 650.736.8473
Toll Free: 866.542.2205 (US and Canada)
Fax: 650.723.3950
Email: blair_lisa@gsb.stanford.edu


http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/sep/  

http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/sep/participants.html  

 
 


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