Training

Overview

Through our deep knowledge, expertise and networks, we tailor cutting-edge training programs to suit a variety of needs. We work with universities, corporations, governments, nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations to strengthen business acumen, develop robust management curricula and coach faculty, instructors and students in entrepreneurial thinking. In fact, we’ve trained 17,000 practitioners and students from more than 8,000 organizations and countless countries. Our close relationship with the University of Michigan enables us to harness the latest thinking in both education and business.

Participants in a leadership education workshop

Professional Education

We provide management education programs for clients in low- and middle-income countries, including custom and open-enrollment programs for local and multinational companies. View our Open Enrollment Course Catalog for certificate programs in strategy, sales management, marketing, finance, operations, entrepreneurship, leadership, HR, general management and our flagship mini-MBA program.

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Business owner in Europe

Entrepreneurship Development

Small- and medium-sized enterprises are economic growth engines . Equipping the leaders of these enterprises with the right knowledge, skills and attitudes is key to their growth. Through our Entrepreneurship Development Center we train both entrepreneurs and the professors, trainers, and mentors who support them.

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Participants in the M2GATE Virtual Exchange program

Global Virtual Learning

Our programs connect students around the world through technology to foster the next generation of globally minded business leaders. Visit our Global Virtual Learning Center to find out more about our programs and insights.

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NGO leadership workshop participants

NGO Workshops

Leaders of NGOs benefit from principles of management education that allow them to run their organizations more efficiently and effectively. Find out more about our NGO Leadership Workshop.

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