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LSE Executive Education Courses will give you an insight into leading edge thinking in each discipline and invite you to reflect on the big issues of the day.
LSE Executive Education Courses are taught by full-time LSE faculty who are leaders in their respective fields. Courses are also augmented by senior practitioners drawn from industry and business.
Explore the subjects below to find your course and learn about the LSE academics that teach on executive programme.
Finance for Executives
Strategic Decision Making for Management
Market Access Academy
Achieving Leadership Excellence (3 - 7 June 2019)
Designing Strategy for Competitive Advantage (3 - 7 June 2019)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of Change (3 - 7 June 2019)
Strategic Decision Making for Management (3 - 7 June 2019)
Data Science for Decision Making (10 - 14 June 2019)
Managing Risk in Organisations (10 - 14 June 2019)
Negotiation (10 - 14 June 2019)
Regulation (3 - 7 June 2019)
Global Macroeconomic Challenges (3 - 7 June 2019)
Behavioural Economics and the Modern Economy (10 - 14 June 2019)
Finance for Executives (3 - 7 June 2019)
Corporate Finance and Strategy (10 - 14 June 2019)
Effective Asset Management (3 - 7 June 2019)
Climate Change: Economics and Governance (10 - 14 June 2019)
Cities: Governance, Planning and Design (10 - 14 June 2019)
Achieving Leadership Excellence
Corporate Finance and Strategy
Data Science for Decision Making
Fixed Income: Markets, Securities and Institutions
Professor Paul Willman
Academic Director, LSE Executive Education Courses
Professor Willman has taught on MBA and Executive MBA programmes at Oxford University, Cranfield School of Management, Budapest University of Economics, Ecole de Ponts ParisTech, London Business School and on the global #3 FT ranked TRIUM eMBA here at LSE.
Professor Willman has a BA and MA in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University, and an MA and DPhil in Sociology from Oxford University. He is the author of ten books and numerous articles in academic journals.
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