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Reflect. Explore. Innovate. Gain the theory, frameworks and analytical skills in leadership, strategy and business fundamentals.
Lead with impact, implement change and add value to your organisation.
Understand the knowledge, skills and attributes required for effective leadership, and maximise your personal impact through enhanced insight. Gain individual feedback using assessment instruments and work one-to-one with an experienced coach to develop a personal action plan.
Assess how you can influence the world within and beyond your organisation in a way that gives full expression to what you stand for – personally and professionally.
Discover the critical leadership skills you need to build and sustain competitive advantage by leveraging the intellectual capital and unique abilities of your workforce.
Reinforce your ability to creatively adapt to change through understanding yourself, others and the contexts around you. Think constructively about your life transitions and gain control over your future career as a leader. Look outward at the lives of leaders and notable historical figures, and inward at your past choices and future trajectories.
Define your vision. Create and implement successful strategies in a changing world.
Long term corporate success requires navigating the changes that reshape the world economy and the business agenda. Gain knowledge on possible future changes, how they shape the corporate agenda and the strategic issues that will arise in response.
Examine how to position an organisation effectively against market forces and shape these to your advantage. Put in place the capabilities to help maintain and strengthen your market position. Learn how to link strategy to action through the day-to-day activities of your people.
Develop and implement marketing strategies that reinforce your broader strategic direction. Create customer value through market segmentation and differentiation; product design, development and launch; managing suppliers, agents and distributors; building and communicating brand value; and building customer loyalty. At the same time, capture value through pricing decisions to ensure long-term viability.
Consider your future as a senior executive, board member, owner or stakeholder in the changing landscape of corporate governance and stakeholder relations. The course adopts an explicitly political perspective, showing how different players inside and outside a firm work to shape leadership and strategy.
Upgrade your quantitative skills and hone your analytical decision-making abilities.
Master the financial and managerial accounting skills that senior professionals need to be able to communicate results and make accounting choices.
From the viewpoint of a senior executive, we look at issues of capital allocation, external financing, risk in the corporation and in financial markets, leverage, strategic options, company valuation, corporate governance and executive compensation.
LBS Sloan Masters core classes balance the theoretical elements that underpin the behaviour of individuals, firms, markets and economies, and many applied and practical aspects of the various business disciplines. They are designed to give you an update on key aspects of business and equip you with the crucial knowledge that all leaders must possess.
You will be assigned to a group of approximately five people at the beginning of the programme for core course study. We aim to make each group as diverse as possible in terms of cultural, educational and professional backgrounds to ensure your learning experience is as rich as possible.
The LBS Sloan Masters is a full-time 12-month programme run over three academic terms. The core curriculum runs throughout the year with courses connected to the three main themes: Leadership, Strategy and Business Fundamentals. This is supported by electives and a Global experiential course.
Each course on the LBS Sloan Masters is assessed using some or all of the following tools: individual projects/essays/reports, examinations, class participation, group assignments/reports and class presentations.