COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL
Since its founding in 1916, Columbia Business School has possessed a spirit of innovation that has propelled it to the very center of business. As we celebrate Columbia Business School’s Centennial, we honor these innovators, past and present, and look toward the big ideas that will leave their mark on the next 100 years. There have been 13 winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics who have taught or studied at Columbia. You'll learn from and with the best.
The groundbreaking research of our faculty members influences business practices in every sector. Informed in real time by the global business environment, they teach a transformative and ever-evolving curriculum that develops leaders poised to create opportunity in any environment.
As the only top Ivy League business school immersed in the global business hub that is New York City, we offer students unparalleled access to leaders from across industries in the classroom, throughout the city, and around the globe. Guest lecturers, programs like our Executives in Residence, and the Silfen Leadership Series bring real-world insights on a daily basis.
Columbia Business School is the only Ivy League institution that delivers a learning experience where academic excellence meets real-time exposure to the pulse of business in New York City. Our executive education programs teach actionable skills that allow you to make an immediate impact on your organization.
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Why Choose Columbia?
Columbia Business School Executive Education’s custom programs blend scholarly research and practical approaches to address your organization’s specific challenges. We see custom programming as a partnership, leveraging collaboration to create an effective experience.
Faculty members play a key role in program development. At the earliest stages of consultation, faculty directors delve into the problem that needs to be solved and develop cutting-edge strategies and tactics to address it.
Custom programs often deliver a diverse mix of case application, role-plays, group discussion, and short, focused lectures. The process is iterative: whether it is adjusting the program’s length or shifting content focus, our faculty members are experienced in fine-tuning programs to respond to an organization’s specific parameters and goals. Columbia Business School Executive Education’s custom programs help organizations and individuals navigate the leadership development journey, in ways that address both immediate and long-term challenges the organization is facing.
How to we Design and Develop the custom program in collaboration with you:
Each custom program is carefully designed to fulfill your organization's specific needs. The process begins with a needs assessment and contextual analysis of the challenges you are facing.
The second phase is a collaborative effort among our faculty members, designated representatives from the organization, and the Columbia account management team. Working closely with you, Columbia designs a program that addresses the areas outlined from the needs assessment.
Design teams from your organization and Columbia Business School Executive Education then meet to determine the program’s structure, which includes content and session structure such as case studies, simulations, and materials. After delivering the program, an evaluation and refinement process takes place in order to make the necessary adjustments for the next iteration.
Ever-evolving learning solutions are built around your needs here, at Columbia Business School Executive Education
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