Columbia Business School Executive Education to Host Courses on Contemporary Business Challenges

Entrepreneurship, creativity and data just some of the topics in Columbia's latest executive education program

Columbia Business School is launching a new set of executive education offerings, catering to professionals demanding fresh skills in meeting contemporary business challenges.

Over the next six months, the school will launch short, executive courses on topics including corporate entrepreneurship, how to develop and lead high-performance teams, the Rapid Prototyping Process, making decisions with imperfect information and implementing innovation in organizations.

Having completed one of the courses, students will be able to bring innovation and entrepreneurship back to their companies.

Columbia Business School Executive Education regularly holds courses on leadership, strategy, finance, marketing, and social enterprise, among other business-related topics.


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