Executive Management Programming

Allow us to help you hone your management and leadership skills by attending one of our executive workshops. We have workshops taught by UD Faculty and industry leaders that allow you to learn new skills that will help you innovate, invigorate, and guide your company into the future.

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Boards & Cyber-Vulnerability

Learn how about cyber-vulnerability and how to protect your organization. For details on this program click here.

Project Management Dynamics

The University of Dallas Executive Education and ConfluCore, LLP, offers a three-day training class that guides participants through the basic principles and concepts of Project Management Dynamics - based on the Business Dynamics Methodology pioneered at the MIT. Skills are developed for building dynamic decision flow models that are present in the core of every organization. Participants will learn to model the real dynamics and feedback involved in executive and project decisions and generate new insights - both intuitive and counter intuitive -  for superior execution. This course will utilize a combination of expert lectures, hands-on modeling, simulation distillation, and group learning exercises. For details on this program click here.

Cultural Advances in Lean Transformation

For 40 years, lean transformation has been central in significantly improving corporate performance by using disciplined methods to develop clear and concise pathways for an organization’s journey towards operational excellence. This workshop will show you why Lean will continue to remain a powerful tool for any company seeking to give their company an edge in today’s changing world. For more information click here.

Success to Significance

In this two-hour course, you will learn from Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business faculty and experienced professionals how to position yourself at a university and use your experience as your brand. We will discuss common obstacles and recommendations for professionals making the transition to teaching, mentoring and coaching at a university. For more information click here.

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