Custom Executive Education

We are pleased to introduce to you customized executive education from Northeastern University’s D’Amore-Mckim School of Business, a world leader in experience-based education.

Our Capabilities

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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Our Advantage

Our clients recognize that we offer a value proposition that few other schools can match.

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How We Work

We explore your specific issues to form a basis for collaboration around program design, development, and delivery.

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Clients

We are proud to partner with world-class organizations across industries to provide a range of custom programs varying in focus, scope and format.

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Faculty

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

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Engagements

We work across multiple industries and organizational levels to provide programs that produce value and impact.

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Facilities

We will deliver programs wherever it's most convenient for you: at your site, at a location of your choosing, or at one of our executive conference facilities.

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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.

#Leaders at Work

Leaders at Work:

Taking Action Learning to the Next Level at MFS Investment Management: A Conversation with John Heroux

As the Director of Talent Management for MFS Investment Management in Boston, John Heroux is responsible for developing training and professional development programs for the firm’s employees. In a recent conversation with D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University’s #LeadersatWork, Heroux discussed the MFS approach to action learning. “Action learning is something that flows thro. . .

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