To make finding the right course easier, our programme is grouped into broader interest areas:

Business and Management

Strategy, Negotiation and Decision Making

Designing Strategy for Competitive Advantage
5-9 Jun 2017

This course analyses the drivers of differences in profitability across firms to give a comprehensive framework to analyse dynamic competitive situations, enabling participants to assess when a strategic response is needed and how to best design it.

Strategic Decision Making for Management
5-9 Jun 2017 | 30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

Decision making is a complex and often unguided process for managers. This course will develop and refine your decision making capabilities to reflect your specific business context. It is designed for the leaders of both today and the future who are responsible for strategic and other important decisions.

Managing Risk in Organisations
12-16 June 2017

This executive programme is designed and delivered by some of the world’s leading faculty and researchers in the field of organisational risk. It will demonstrate and instil optimal practices from a range of real-world perspectives that are critical to the effective functioning of your organisation.

Negotiation and Decision Making
12-16 June 2017 | 30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

A course designed to improve managers and senior practitioners' negotiations, this is achieved through sharing current knowledge and research as well as providing opportunities to practice negotiation skills.

Leadership

Achieving Leadership Excellence
5-9 Jun 2017 | 30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

The course looks at the major challenges today’s leaders are facing and provides insights into how leadership skills can be developed and how organisations can create the optimal environment for effective leadership.

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of Change
12-16 Jun 2017

This intensive short course demonstrates how, in the age of change, opportunities beckon potential entrepreneurs to start new businesses and challenge executives and senior managers to transform existing ones.

Marketing

Marketing Strategy
5-9 Jun 2017

Cutting through the “noise” of fads and buzzwords this course will change how managers and aspiring CMOs think about marketing. It uses empirically proven analytic frameworks and concepts to explain every marketing step.

Culture and Environment

12-16 Jun 2017

A multi-disciplinary course providing an in-depth overview of the economic and governance of climate change, and how they are impacting on the environment for a range of organisations.

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12-16 Jun 2017
An exploration and analysis of the governance, planning and design of London, drawing parallels with and implications for other major cities.

Economics

Global Macroeconomic Challenges
5-9 Jun 2017

Events in the global economy and in financial markets shape investment and strategic decisions. This course provides an up-to date overview and economic interpretation of these challenges in the light of recent developments in economic analysis.

Behavioural Economics and the Modern Economy
12-16 Jun 2017

This course brings students up to date with modern developments in behavioural economics by first examining those earlier more orthodox views before going on to examine the theoretical basis and basic policy implications of behavioural contributions to economic thought.

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Climate Change: Economics and Governance
12-16 Jun 2017

A multi-disciplinary course providing an in-depth overview of the economic and governance of climate change, and how they are impacting on the environment for a range of organisations.

Finance

Finance for Executives
5-9 Jun 2017

This essential programme is expertly designed to break down the barriers faced by managers and directors, through teaching the crucial frameworks and tools of modern corporate finance over five intensive days. It empowers executives to use financial tools to make better decisions and became even greater assets to their organisation.

Fixed Income: Markets, Securities and Institutions
5-9 Jun 2017

The fixed income market is the world’s largest, most complex financial market. This intensive programme is aimed at mid to senior level executives, portfolio managers, investors, central bankers, and regulators who seek to understand the cutting edge of modern fixed income markets.

Effective Asset Management
12-16 Jun 2017

Understand the formula for successful asset management with this executive short course delivered by one of Europe’s leading finance academics.

Corporate Finance and Strategy
12-16 Jun 2017 | 30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

The course is designed to provide an applied and practical approach to finance, enabling you to address topical issues that modern corporations face.  It will enhance your understanding of Corporate Finance as a tool for making strategic decisions.

Global Public Policy

Climate Change: Economics and Governance
12-16 Jun 2017

A multi-disciplinary course providing an in-depth overview of the economic and governance of climate change, and how they are impacting on the environment for a range of organisations.

An exploration and analysis of the governance, planning and design of London, drawing parallels with and implications for other major cities.

International Relations

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Climate Change: Economics and Governance
12-16 Jun 2017

A multi-disciplinary course providing an in-depth overview of the economic and governance of climate change, and how they are impacting on the environment for a range of organisations.

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Courses running from 5 - 16 Jun 2017

Business and Management

Achieving Leadership Excellence
5-9 June 2017 | Dr Emma Soane and Dr Connson Locke

Designing Strategy for Competitive Advantage
5-9 June 2017 | Dr Lourdes Sosa

Strategic Decision Making for Management
5-9 June 2017 | Dr Barbara Fasolo and Professor Gilberto Montibeller

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of Change
12-16 June 2017 | Professor Saul Estrin and Dr Susanna Khavul

Managing Risk in Organisations
12-16 June 2017 | Dr Brittany Jones, Professor Mike Power, Dr Emma Soane, Professor Paul Willman

Marketing Strategy
5-9 June 2017 | Professor Amitav Chakrivarti

Negotiation and Decision Making 
12-16 June 2017 | Dr Jonathan Booth and Professor Paul Willman

Economics

Global Macroeconomic Challenges
5-9 June 2017 | Dr Gianluca Benigno, Dr Keyu Jin and Professor Paul De Grauwe

Behavioural Economics and the Modern Economy
12-16 June 2017 | Dr Matthew Levy

Finance

Finance for Executives
5-9 June 2017 | Dr Dirk Jenter, Professor Daniel Ferreira

Fixed Income: Markets, Securities and Institutions
5-9 June 2017 | Professor Ian Martin, Dr Martin Oehmke

Corporate Finance and Strategy 
12-16 June 2017 | Dr Vicente Cuñat and Dr Konstantinos Zachariadis

Effective Asset Management
12-16 June 2017 | Professor Christopher Polk

Global Public Policy

Climate Change: Economics and Governance 
12-16 June 2017 |Dr Simon Dietz, Professor Sam Fankhauser and David Stainforth

London and Global Cities: Governance, Planning and Design
12-16 June 2017 | Professor Ricky Burdett, Philipp Rode, Professor Tony Travers and Dr Savvas Verdis

Courses running from 30 Oct - 3 Nov 2017

Achieving Leadership Excellence
Dr Emma Soane and Dr Connson Locke

Corporate Finance and Strategy 
Dr Vicente Cuñat and Dr Konstantinos Zachariadis

Negotiation and Decision Making 
Dr Jonathan Booth and Professor Paul Willman

Strategic Decision Making for Management
Dr Barbara Fasolo and Professor Gilberto Montibeller

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