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Building talent for the new world of work through lifelong learning partnerships.

For more than 10 years, the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and its Corporate Learning group have been at the forefront of evolving our heritage of experiential education to meet the exploding demand for lifelong learning in business.

Talent development leaders and their business partners understand that to keep pace with the speed of global change—in industries, markets, technology, and among customers—they need to keep their leaders learning and agile, now and for the years to come.

Lifelong Learning

Our capabilities range from highly-customized executive working sessions to more traditional business education to meet the specific needs for your organization. 

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Experiential Advantage

D’Amore-McKim is known for combining academic rigor with real-world education, the hallmark of Northeastern. We do this by creating innovative programs taught by faculty with deep industry experience.

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New Methods

D’Amore-McKim will collaborate closely with you to design truly customized business education programs for your senior executives, managers, and professionals.

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Our Clients

D’Amore-McKim has built lasting, productive Executive Education relationships with leading businesses and organizations in a wide variety of industries.

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Learning Experts

Our faculty are recognized for their research, teaching and hands-on involvement with businesses around the world.

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Our Expertise

Our customizable Executive Education programs cover topics as diverse as Innovation, Strategic Alignment, and Global Leadership.

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Our Facilities

We deliver our Executive Education programs anywhere: your site, our campus, online, a venue of your choice, or the several properties with which we work regularly.

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Selected Faculty Videos

Design Thinking to Address Consumer Needs

One of the hottest topics being discussed and debated in executive business education is that of “design thinking” — the idea that we must understand user and consumer needs before we design products and services.

Proactive Leadership Development

When preparing for leadership turnover, Professor David Boyd says it is important to focus on those who adapt to change most readily.