As a senior leader, you need a global strategic vision to navigate your firm through the challenges of the international playing field. The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the IE Business School have partnered to create a one-of-a-kind opportunity for senior managers to develop a global understanding, advanced leadership skills, and international growth strategies in a two-part program hosted on the Chicago and Madrid campuses.
The Global Senior Management Program (GSMP) combines the academic rigor and cutting-edge research of these top-ranked business schools with real-world relevance and applicability to enhance your leadership skills and analytic abilities for today's global markets.
Senior leaders will hone their skills in this intensive program through a variety of experiences including lectures, case discussions, simulations, self-assessments, and meetings with outstanding business leaders.
By attending this program, you will:
- Expand your current view of the global business world and discover how to draw on international perspectives to better forecast future trends.
- Cultivate the advanced management skills needed to develop innovative strategies and implement change in global organizations.
- Explore the latest research and advancements in strategy, finance, operations, marketing, and human capital.
- Build your international network with fellow business leaders, industry leaders, and internationally renowned faculty.
In-class module 1 (Chicago): May 6-11, 2018
In-class module 2 (Madrid): June 24–29, 2018
Chicago Booth, Gleacher Center, Chicago
IE Business School, C/Serrano 99, Madrid
I'm amazed at the quality of the professors. Many of them are best-selling book authors. The way the teaching has been approached is very interactive and challenges a lot of the conventional norms and conventional thinking.
Shahril Azuar Jimin, CEO, Etiqa Takaful Berhad
The reason I decided to pursue this program was that I got an invitation for next year for my 10th reunion meeting of my MBA. It shocked me that it is already ten years since I did my MBA so I decided to look for a way of pushing forwards, getting senior managers as peers and to get what is going into the classes and concepts to be prepared for the next ten years. This is why I am here and I was picking from top universities around the world and what a great combination between Chicago and IE Business School. These two weeks have been lovely.
—Christian Ponce, CEO, Diners Club Peru
I started my company, the Grupo Lauman, when I was 17. We are the owners of the El Financiero, the most important newspaper in Mexico and have a partnership with Bloombergand we have created the TV Channel from financials and business from Mexico to LATAM. I came to IE Business School because I don’t have time for an MBA. My personal experience is that I feel now clearer in my way of thinking and where I am driving my company, my group and the people working with me and now I understand better the route I will follow for the next couple of years.
—Manuel Arroyo, President, Grupo Lauman
The main reason for me to attend this program was to refresh my skills and learn about best practices in terms of organization or leadership and be prepared to embrace the industry shift and new industry trends in my core business. It has been a very rewarding, enlightening experience to learn from peers that are coming from all over the world but also to learn from fantastic lectures from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and IE Business School.
—Yanik Cantieni, Managing Director, Automotive Industry
I decided to join this program because I was looking for professional and personal development. I have found that this program has been very meaningful and that I have fully achieved my goals. Topics and professors are excellent but I would highlight colleagues and the team as the best part of it. We all are very different but we can complement each other so well that this has been an amazing experience.
—Paula Aranegui, Online Manager, Meetic
The GSMP has helped me understand how I can shape the future of my organization by changing the way I manage and being able to respond to new challenges in the market. Also it’s helped me focus on how I can lead my team and help them perform better.
—Robin Bew, Editorial Director & Chief Economist, Economist Intelligence Unit
I would recommend this program to anyone who really wants to gain global insights. In every sense of the word, the Global Senior Management Program is indeed as global as it could possibly be.
—Victor Eromosele, General Manager Finance/CFO, Nigeria LNG Limited
These have been two intensive weeks dedicated to important things and not just the urgent ones, which is what we usually do. The topics are amazing and the right ones.
—Fernando Olalla Merlo, MD /CFO & Head of HR, Deutsche Bank
In the increasingly globalized knowledge-driven economy, it’s very important to get the frameworks to analyze, assimilate and utilize the knowledge content available around us. I spent time with some of the finest professors I could ever think of, learned some incredibly useful frameworks to understand the business around me.
—Narayan Raja Venkateswar, Head Sales, Marketing, M&A, Xchanging
To have the faculty from the United States during the Chicago experience and then having the faculty from Spain and other countries in Madrid has been extremely enlightening and rich. It’s exceeded my expectations.
—Carolina Pulido Guerrero, Corporate Channel Category Sales Development, Nestle Colombia
The Global Senior Management Program is aimed at members of the management committee and administrative councils, presidents, company owners, managing directors, vice presidents, country managers, and other senior managers who are responsible for creating a strategic vision with an international focus. Participants will be carefully selected in order to form a group with similar concerns, while maintaining a balanced mix of business sectors, international vision, and cultures.