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Courses (12 courses = 36 credits = earned Executive Impact MBA)

  • MBA 701 - Purpose Driven Leadership: This course will explore the leadership imperatives and competencies that are necessary to act on business challenges and drive both personal and organizational success in a competitive business environment. 
  • MBA 702 - Critical Thinking Beyond Business As Usual: This course emphasizes that business does not happen in a vacuum and will move your critical thinking focus from a discipline-specific way of thinking to a more integrated exploration of how disciplines work together and impact one another. 
  • MBA 703 - The Learning Organization: This course explores various perspectives on how participants can build learning organizations. It begins with Senge's 5th Discipline, which states that learning organizations depend upon the mastery of five dimensions: systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, building shared vision, and team learning.
  • MBA 704 - The Exponential Enterprise & Abundance: This course provides a perspective on the dynamic nature of global supply chains, developing a sustainable supply chain management strategy, and aligning it with the organizational strategy.  
  • MBA 705 - Evidence-Based Decision Making: This course explores organizational decision-making based on evidence-based management. Today, many organizations fail to capitalize on existing knowledge available in management research or even in their organization’s own wealth of data.  
  • MBA 706 - Creating Brand Value: This course provides an understanding of the strategies about building, managing, and protecting brands. Specific areas covered include brand equity, brand value, forming customer relationships around a brand, as well as creating and sustaining brand loyalty.
  • MBA 707 - Measuring and Managing Value: Valuation lies at the intersection of corporate strategy and finance. The course covers different valuation approaches and their application in measuring and managing firm value. The focus of the course will be analysis and application of Discounted Cash Flow, Adjusted Present Value, as well as Relative valuation approaches. The course will also cover valuation in LBO, M&A, Private Equity and Venture Capital contexts. Executives can leverage these valuation techniques to identify, measure, and maximize firm value.
  • MBA 708 - Disruptive Innovation: This course will creatively approach the subjects of ideas instigation, business opportunity need identification, and the development of suitable business models within the knowledge-driven, digital, global economy.  
  • MBA 709 - Artificial Intelligence & Technological Advances: This course emphasizes the understanding of how artificial intelligence (AI) and technological advances could be used to shape and implement strategic and operational changes at various levels within an organization. 
  • MBA 710 - The Path to Sustainability: This course provides an overarching understanding of sustainability, the relationship between business decisions and sustainability, and the reasons why each business decision must be evaluated in term of economic, environmental, and social performances.  
  • MBA 711 - Culture as a Competitive Advantage: This course focuses on understanding the value of the statement "culture eats strategy for breakfast" and then creating initiatives to ensure culture and talent drive ongoing performance and become a source of competitive advantage.
  • MBA 712 - Alternative Futures & Strategic Foresights: This course focuses on new breakthroughs, changing technologies, and cutting-edge innovations that could impact business. Learners will apply strategic foresight and enable their organizations to reframe preferences and expectations for the future.