This programme is designed to give you a strategic perspective on financial leadership, with an emphasis on leading in today’s environment of rapid change and growing global opportunities. The programme will also help you become an effective strategic leader and master the latest developments in corporate finance. Participating in the programme should prepare you to lead your organisation’s growth activities with financial discipline and strategic insight.
This programme is designed for senior finance executives from large and medium-sized enterprises, involved in the strategy process in their organisations and who are moving to a general management position from a financial position.
CFOs and Senior Vice Presidents (Finance) in fast-growing enterprises will also find the programme to their advantage. Ideally, teams of two or more executives from the same firm are encouraged to participate in this programme.
is the MasterCard Professor of Business Administration and Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Research at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. He teaches MBA and executive level courses in strategy, entrepreneurship and ethics. An educator in entrepreneurship, he has published extensively and is recipient of the prestigious IDEA Award for Foundational Research in Entrepreneurship, instituted by the Academy of Management. He consults with Fortune 500 companies and is advisor to firms, universities and government organisations.
is the Chairperson, Finance Department, Associate Professor of Finance at the Kelley School of Business and an Arthur M Weimer Faculty Fellow. His research interests are in corporate governance and corporate financial policy. He is a recipient of several awards including MBA Teaching Excellence Award (1993) and Member, Best Paper in Corporate Finance Committee, Financial Management Association.
Formulate, analyse, implement financial strategies and study current market trends
Understand how to create and manage organisational strategic partnerships by building social capital.
Influence, mould and gain greater control over the negotiation process for favourable outcomes