Executive Education

 
 

Executive Learning Experiences

Prepare your employees to adapt to industry disruptions and challenges with an Executive Education program from the Zicklin School of Business, taught by thought leaders who combine rigorous academic research with highly actionable and practical curricula.

Thought Leaders
Curriculum Highlights
Prof. MOLLY KERNPROF. MOLLY KERN
G“Great leadership requires strong relationships, the willingness to explore conflicting perspectives, and the ability to advocate for oneself and one’s team.”
Executive Leadership Development
  • Developing and communicating strategic vision
  • Motivating teams to action
  • Harnessing collective intelligence for effective team problem-solving
  • Leveraging the connection between authenticity and ethical leadership
PROF. MARIOS KOUFARIS 
“The broad impact of technology in. all industries, coupled with the rapid pace of technological evolution, means that all managers must continually update their tech awareness and skills.”
Navigating Trends in Technology
  • Becoming a data-savvy executive and making data-driven decisions
  • Understanding and managing cybersecurity threats through effective governance and organizational awareness
  • Assessing strategic, operational, and legal implications of new technologies (AI, predictive behavioral analytics, and blockchain technology)
PROF. SCOTT NEWBERT
“Whether in the context of a new venture or a large established organization, entrepreneurial thinking can be applied to conceive of and deliver new value in new ways to users, beneficiaries, customers, and society at large.”

Innovating Organizations
  • Fostering an entrepreneurial mindset within your organization
  • Defining and implementing innovation
  • Creating new measures for risk-taking and new business model innovation
PROF. PAQUITA DAVIS-FRIDAY Prof. PAQUITA DAVIS-FRIDAY
“Accounting and finance are pervasive in all organizations. Executives must be financially literate in order to effectively communicate their message and make strong arguments in favor of their initiatives.”
Strengthening Functional Areas
  • Increasing finance and accounting capabilities across business functions
  • Elevating the human resource function by leveraging human capital analytics, performance assessment process improvements, and using financial reporting data to incentivize performance

Contact Us Today for a Consultation

Joseph Onochie
Associate Professor
Zicklin School of Business
Tel: +1-646-312-3485
Zicklin.ExecEd@baruch.cuny.edu

Tricilia Jacob-Vatel

Tricilia Jacob-Vatel
Director, Administration and Operations

Zicklin Executive Programs
Tel: +1-646-312-3100
Zicklin.ExecEd@baruch.cuny.edu