Advanced Senior Executive Program (ASEP-4)

15 Mar 2009
In order to enhance and revitalize the goals, gain an appreciation for the latest management concepts, review the fundamental assumptions about leadership, and develop insights into the personal management style, the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University and Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University co-organized an Advanced Senior Executive Program from March 15 – 21, 2009 at James L. Allen Center, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. The program was conducted in English by professors from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. In 2009, 12 executives from private sector and state enterprise participated in the program. Topics and Instructors 1.    New Product Innovation (March 16-17) Professor Dipak C. Jain 2.    Creating an Innovation Mindset (March 16) Mr. Thomas D. Kuczmarski 3.    Activating an Innovation Strategy, Process, and Cross-Functional Teams (March 16) Mr. Thomas D. Kuczmarski 4.    Decision Making (March 17) Professor J. Keith Murnighan 5.    Gaining Influence in Leadership Teams (March 17) Professor Brian Uzzi 6.    Leadership & Learning (March 18) Professor Michelle L. Buck 7.    Valuing Business Strategy (March 18) Professor Mitchelle A. Petersen 8.    Crisis Management (March 19) Professor Timothy Feddersen 9.    Competing on Agility (March 19) Professor Mohanbir Sawhney 10.   Perspectives on Innovation (March 19) Professor Mohanbir Sawhney 11.   Rethinking Innovation in a Networked World (March 19) Professor Mohanbir Sawhney 12.   Learning from Your Customer Data (March 20) Professor Russell Walker On March 17, 2009, the certificate presentation was presided over by Dean Dipak C. Jain,  Dean, Sandy Morton Goldman Professor in Entrepreneurial Studies and Professor of Marketing, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Evaluative feedback from participants in the Program indicated that the content of the programs were well-planned and effectively coordinated. Overall the Program was highly satisfactory.
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