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Leading Professional Service Firms

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Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

June
21,
2021

Course Length:

1 Week to 1 Month

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

5,000 USD

Location:

HBS Campus

Quick Look

Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

June
21,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

5,000 USD

Location:

HBS Campus

Course Description

Your rich learning experience will include multidisciplinary faculty presentations, case studies, and individual and group exercises. Through an intensive and comprehensive curriculum, you will examine the strategic challenges that have transformed the essence of client service, while exploring best practices for developing, governing, and growing a profitable service firm. During the program, you will develop a personal case based on a specific challenge facing your service organization. After presenting your case and discussing potential actions with peers and faculty, you will leave with a plan you can implement immediately.

Program Benefits

In this intensive program led by multidisciplinary HBS faculty, you will expand your ability to satisfy clients and motivate staff, build a strong vision and implement an effective strategy, and employ the fiscal discipline to maintain a sound bottom line and maximize enterprise value.

Program Inclusion

The Program fee covers registration, program materials, accommodation, and meals.

Who Should Attend

Leaders who define and execute strategy for firms and organizations that provide services and who serve in roles such as chief executive officer, general manager, principal, partner, or head of an office, business unit, or practice Participants may be responsible for accounting, architecture and engineering, marketing and advertising, venture capital, investment banking, software development, technical systems integration or law firm management, or may represent a hospital or university May also be suitable for: Past participants who attended the program before 2017, when the curriculum was substantially revised and expanded

Application Requirements

1624233600

Instructor:

Thomas J. DeLong

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

David G. Fubini

University:

Harvard University

Course Description

Your rich learning experience will include multidisciplinary faculty presentations, case studies, and individual and group exercises. Through an intensive and comprehensive curriculum, you will examine the strategic challenges that have transformed the essence of client service, while exploring best practices for developing, governing, and growing a profitable service firm. During the program, you will develop a personal case based on a specific challenge facing your service organization. After presenting your case and discussing potential actions with peers and faculty, you will leave with a plan you can implement immediately.

Program Benefits

In this intensive program led by multidisciplinary HBS faculty, you will expand your ability to satisfy clients and motivate staff, build a strong vision and implement an effective strategy, and employ the fiscal discipline to maintain a sound bottom line and maximize enterprise value.

Program Inclusion

The Program fee covers registration, program materials, accommodation, and meals.

Who Should Attend

Leaders who define and execute strategy for firms and organizations that provide services and who serve in roles such as chief executive officer, general manager, principal, partner, or head of an office, business unit, or practice Participants may be responsible for accounting, architecture and engineering, marketing and advertising, venture capital, investment banking, software development, technical systems integration or law firm management, or may represent a hospital or university May also be suitable for: Past participants who attended the program before 2017, when the curriculum was substantially revised and expanded

Application Requirements

We admit candidates to specific sessions on a rolling, space-available basis, and encourage you to apply as early as possible. Although most programs have no formal educational requirements, admission is a selective process based on your professional achievement and organizational responsibilities.

Instructor:

Thomas J. DeLong

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

David G. Fubini

University:

Harvard University