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Management Development Program: Leading in the Digital Age

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
19,
2021

Course Length:

More than 3 Months

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

22,995 USD

Location:

UVA Darden School of Business, 100 Darden Blvd., Charlottesville, Virginia; Online

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
19,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

22,995 USD

Location:

UVA Darden School of Business, 100 Darden Blvd., Charlottesville, Virginia; Online

Course Description

Management Development Program: Leading in the Digital Age is designed for high-potential, experienced managers who demonstrate the capability to lead at the highest levels. Virtual and in-person modules, a digital transformation project and a cross-functional, enterprise perspective of management make this a powerful next step in your leadership development. It’s a six-month, integrated learning experience carefully engineered to create an immediate impact.

Program Benefits

Develop a 360° view of your organization, gauging impact of external forces in achieving business objectives. Lead, innovate and navigate through ambiguity, considering impact to the entire organization. Leverage digital technology and data analytics to improve processes, creating greater value through innovative thinking and actions. Understand the interconnection between strategy and financial performance, examining how and why key metrics link to organizational strategy. Identify and seize strategic opportunities to drive change and growth. Effectively engage with and influence stakeholders to create alignment around new strategic initiatives. Cultivate a high-performance culture within your organization. Supercharge your personal and professional development in tandem with that of your organization.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for mid- to senior-level managers who are undertaking more cross-functional leadership roles at the executive level.

Application Requirements

1618790400

Instructor:

Paul J. Simko

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Virginia

Course Description

Management Development Program: Leading in the Digital Age is designed for high-potential, experienced managers who demonstrate the capability to lead at the highest levels. Virtual and in-person modules, a digital transformation project and a cross-functional, enterprise perspective of management make this a powerful next step in your leadership development. It’s a six-month, integrated learning experience carefully engineered to create an immediate impact.

Program Benefits

Develop a 360° view of your organization, gauging impact of external forces in achieving business objectives. Lead, innovate and navigate through ambiguity, considering impact to the entire organization. Leverage digital technology and data analytics to improve processes, creating greater value through innovative thinking and actions. Understand the interconnection between strategy and financial performance, examining how and why key metrics link to organizational strategy. Identify and seize strategic opportunities to drive change and growth. Effectively engage with and influence stakeholders to create alignment around new strategic initiatives. Cultivate a high-performance culture within your organization. Supercharge your personal and professional development in tandem with that of your organization.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for mid- to senior-level managers who are undertaking more cross-functional leadership roles at the executive level.

Application Requirements

If you complete all of the digital and in-person modules for the Management Development Program: Leading in the Digital Age program, you will earn the full four programs to receive a Certificate in Management.

Instructor:

Paul J. Simko

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Virginia