Why Ross Executive Education?
We go beyond connecting theory to practice. We connect theory to your practice so you can connect ideas to your business. We deliver open-enrollment programs that develop individuals while strengthening the organizations in which they work. We also design and deliver custom programs tailored to your business needs.
For the High-Potential Executive
Keenness. Quickness. Foresight. As you ascend to senior levels of management, align your business decisions with overall strategy. Deliver results to shareholders and customers in a complex global environment.
Emerging Leaders Program
For the Newly Positioned Leader
Leverage your unique leadership strengths. Learn to set the right vision, build and inspire teams, and deliver results. Faculty director Scott DeRue named one of the top 40 business school professors under 40.
News, Research, and More
Ever feel energized and confident to take on a challenge after an interaction with a co-worker? Research from Ross Professor Jane Dutton shows that interacting with others in ways that foster high-quality connections at work does more than improve morale. It improves creativity, commitment, learning and engagement. more
To continue to excel and ascend in your career, you constantly need to keep developing your leadership skills. As an investment in lifelong learning, Ross invites its degree program alumni to take advantage of a special new opportunity — a complimentary offering from the school's acclaimed Executive Education. more
The explosion of technology and connectivity among consumers has rendered old business models obsolete. Ross Professor Venkat Ramaswamy has shown that companies need to co-create with stakeholders — customers, suppliers, and employees. His latest book on the subject, The Co-Creation Paradigm, provides a blueprint on how to shift your mindset and business practices. Read more to find out what he and co-author Kerimcan Ozcan, PhD '04, discovered about how to succeed with this shift. more
"There's a lot more to coaching than giving feedback and motivating others." Managers are expected to bring out the best in their reports, and an effective way to do that is by coaching them. It's often assumed that caring about others and putting time and effort into staff development will do the trick. But U-M Ross Professor Paula Caproni says that's a myth. Caproni brings her expertise on coaching and leading teams to the Ross Executive Education Emerging Leaders Program. moreMore News
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