For Individuals

Cornell Executive Business Education

Leading for Innovation – India – in partnership with All India Management Association – May 24-26, 2016

Johnson at Cornell University is partnering with AIMA to offer a Leading for Innovation program in New Delhi on May 24-26, 2016 focused on developing a leader’s ability to lead and drive value through innovation.

Business Education for the Connected World

As a leader in innovative business education for the connected world, Cornell Executive Business Education combines more than 60 years of customized executive education with innovative solutions.

  • We leverage industry leadership from the largest Ivy League institution in the areas of innovation, business acumen and strategic leadership.
  • The Cornell connections offer a multi-disciplinary approach and our global educator network provides extra value for optimal return on investment.
  • At Cornell Executive Business Education, our experience and networks will transform your business acumen, leadership capabilities and innovation.

Women in Investing Leadership Program – June 14, 2016 Boston, MA

Cornell University, led by the Johnson Graduate School of Management, is offering an engaging, one-day program customized for women leaders in the asset management industry. The program builds on the success of the “Women in Investing” conference offered annually since 2010 by the Parker Center for Investment Research. The program, designed in partnership between the Parker Center and Cornell Executive Business Education, is intended to build leadership and self-awareness capabilities for high potential and senior women leaders in the asset management industry. During the workshop, participants will engage with a Cornell leadership expert, leadership coaches, and peers in the industry to enhance their self-awareness and leadership tools and become even more effective in their daily roles.

GEL (Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprise)

GEL (Global Emerging Leaders for Family Enterprise) represents a collaborative effort between two of the leading business schools in China and the US: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, and the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Additionally, the internal Cornell partnership between Johnson’s Smith Family Business Initiative at Cornell and Cornell Executive Business Education has helped drive this program’s success and evolving design. As the only comprehensive cross-cultural, experiential and immersive program for the next generation, GEL is the foundation upon which participants can build the competitive edge they need in the years to come.

GEL is a select leadership development offering for emerging entrepreneurs from American, Chinese and other international family enterprises. GEL prepares you for success as a next-generation leader of your family business by connecting you with peers and fellow business creators in circumstances you would actually face as an executive seeking to foster international and intergenerational business opportunities and the exchange of values and knowledge.

Public-Private Partnership Program – Fall 2016; Dates TBD – New York, NY

Cornell University, led by the Johnson Graduate School of Management, is offering an engaging, world-class Program on public-private partnerships, or PPPs. The Program is designed to help develop the capabilities public and private sector leaders need to successfully plan, create, and operate infrastructure PPPs. PPPs have emerged as a critical tools to help design, construct, finance, operate, and maintain infrastructure across a range of sectors and countries. The Program will consider PPPs in both network infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, tunnels, and water systems, as well as social infrastructure including schools, hospitals, and courthouses.

The Program includes thought leaders from Cornell in the areas of public infrastructure policy, business leadership and international relations along with industry practitioners who hold considerable experience in PPP implementation. Over the course of the 3-day program in New York City, participants will learn from examples of both successful and unsuccessful PPPs. They will also have an opportunity to form new connections and collaborations with other motivated participants stemming from shared session experiences.

If you would like additional information about our Individual Executive Education programs, please contact Devin Bigoness (Executive Director for Cornell Executive Business Education) at dbigoness@cornell.edu.