What you will receive: You will receive a confirmation upon registration. In addition, a few days before the conference, you will receive a second e-mail with a web link and instructions to use the Zoom conference platform.
Webinar Cancellation Policy: Full webinar fees will be refunded if cancellation is received in writing no later than Nov. 28, 2018. NO REFUNDS will be granted after that time or for “no shows.”
How are EMBA Programs applying technology? In what ways are programs changing their curriculum? What are the hot spots for international immersions? Where are programs spending their marketing dollars?
The upcoming EMBAC webinar shares the stories that the data in the 2018 EMBAC Membership Program Survey tells – stories that can help programs as they assess their current operations and decide on their future course.
This hour-long webinar will explore the key findings of the 2018 EMBAC Membership Program Survey, the most comprehensive survey of worldwide EMBA Programs, as well as thoughts, perspectives, and analyses of what those findings might mean for programs. It also will help participants better understand the benefits of diving deeper into the data on their own – whether to support their budgets, to invest in more effective marketing, or to make their case for additional staff.
- Key results from the 2018 EMBAC Membership Program Survey
- Potential implications for EMBA Programs
- Ways to apply the data in decision-making
- Value of using data
Currently senior director, strategy and innovation, Working Professionals at the
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Elmer Almachar previously served as director of the Executive MBA Program, Evanston, for Kellogg. Before coming to Kellogg, Almachar spent 13 years at the international consulting firm of McKinsey & Company. Chair of the 2016-2017 EMBAC Board of Trustees, Almachar helps lead EMBAC’s research initiatives. He received his MBA from Kellogg.
Currently assistant dean, MBA for Working Professionals at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, Jamie Breen previously served as associate director of the MBA for Executives Program at Haas. Before joining the EMBA world, Breen held a number of leadership positions in the financial services industry at Accenture and Wells Fargo. Breen was elected to the EMBAC board in 2018. She received her MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.
A member of the 2015-2016 EMBAC Board of Trustees and co-chair of the EMBAC Center for Research, Tanya van Lill became director of Academic Programs at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) at the University of Pretoria in April 2014. Her previous roles at GIBS include associate director of Academic Programs, associate director of Executive Education Open Programs, and senior program manager for Company Specific Programs. Before joining GIBS, she worked at Standard Bank, FNB Card, and Digital Healthcare Solutions. She received her MBA from GIBS.
With limited available slots, early registration is encouraged.