HBX Launches Strategy Execution Program For Senior Executives Via HBX Live Classroom

Career Climbers / 14th August 2018

arvard Business School’s online initiative, HBX has launched a new program delivered through its HBX Live Classroom to help senior executives shape the future of their companies. The course, Strategy Execution, will be led by renowned Harvard Business School strategy professor Bharat Anand and former Danaher CEO and General Electric Director Larry Culp, who is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School.

“Execution is the holy grail of business strategy. We designed this program for executives tasked with crafting and implementing an actionable strategic plan,” said Professor Anand, who is Senior Associate Dean and faculty chair of HBX. “We have created a unique program that combines thought leadership in strategy, and learnings from some of the most successful companies to engage interested leaders around the world. I am pleased to partner with Larry Culp, who brings his own incomparable credentials around strategy execution to our classroom.”

The course will take place via the HBX Live platform, a real-time, interactive online classroom, that brings Harvard Business School’s famed case method to life. Participants will analyze and immerse in case studies from industry-leading companies, such as Danaher and Apple, as well as apply the lessons around strategy formulation and implementation to their own particular business challenges.

“I’m delighted to partner with Bharat on this new HBX program,” said Culp, “I’m looking forward to putting our experience to work to help other leaders create a playbook for success.”

The 16-hour course will be held Wednesdays, Oct. 10, 17 and 24 and Nov. 7 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET. Each session will be divided into two back-to-back 90-minute sessions.

This program is designed for senior leaders responsible for creating and deploying strategies in companies across a wide range of industries and geographies. Suitable titles include chief executive officer, chief financial officer, chief operating officer, executive director, vice president, managing director, and general manager.

Space is limited in the program and applications will be accepted until Wednesday, Sept. 5. The program fee is $4,800.

ABOUT HBX

HBX, the digital learning initiative from Harvard Business School, was founded in 2014 with the mission of expanding the reach of the School by delivering high-quality online business education to learners around the world. HBX’s programs are designed to deliver a case-based, active, and social learning experience in a highly engaging digital learning environment. Each program is designed and taught by leading HBS faculty who bring their expertise and passion to learners from around the globe.

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