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Executive Development Program (EDPx) (EDPx)


Description
Self-guided leadership development program leading to an Aula Magna Business School certificate.
The Executive Development Program (EDPx) has been developed by professionally active faculty and includes videos, case studies, test and our exclusive Purpose and Unique Skills Hacking plan. You can complete the 9 chapters at your own pace, within 6 months from the date you access the course.
Please note, certificates will only be issued to participants who complete the course within the allocated window.
Content
  • S0. THE MANAGER'S PORTFOLIO
  • Welcome video by Clara Lapiedra, CEO of Aula Magna Business School
  • Welcome video by Anna N Schlegel, Chair of Aula Magna International Board
  • Executive Development Program - Syllabus
  • Aula Magna Business School methodology & the case method
  • S0. PUSH Plan
  • PUSH Presentation - Clara Lapiedra, Founder & CEO Aula Magna Business School
  • Purpose & Unique Skills Hacking plan
  • Part 1. Goals
  • Part 2. Obstacles
  • Part 2. Required resources
  • Part 2. Available resources
  • S1. Leadership & Communication
  • S1. Presentation - Chelsea Couture
  • S1. The Striking Question
  • S1.1 Lead your leadership
  • S1.1 Lead your leadership
  • S1.2 Personal power & influence
  • S1.2 Personal power & influence
  • S1.3 Networking
  • S1.3 Networking
  • S1.4 Inclusive Leadership
  • S1.4 Inclusive Leadership
  • S1. Case Study Introduction
  • S1. Case Study - Speeches from Female Political Leaders
  • S1. Satisfaction survey
  • S1. Test
  • S2. NEGOTIATION SKILLS
  • S2. Presentation - Joanna Gamper
  • S2. The Striking Question
  • S2.1 Chapter 1
  • S2.1 Negotiation Techniques
  • S2.2 Chapter 2
  • S2.2 Preparing for the Negotiation Process
  • S2.3 Guide to focusing the negotiation
  • S2. Case Study Introduction
  • S2. Negotiation Case Study
  • S2. Case Study Resolution
  • S2. Satisfaction survey
  • S2. Test
  • S3. Talent Management
  • S3. Presentation - Montse Salvany
  • S3. The Striking Question
  • S3.0. Talent Management Structure
  • S3.1. Planning & Mapping
  • S3.1 Planning & Mapping
  • S3.2. Attracting & Hiring Talent
  • S3.2 Attracting & Hiring Talent
  • S3.3. Deploy & Develop
  • S3.3 Deploy & Develop
  • S3.4. Keep & Care
  • S3.4 Keep & Care
  • S3. Case Study Introduction
  • S3. Case Study - Netflix
  • S3. Case Study Resolution
  • S3. Satisfaction survey
  • S4. Digital transformation
  • S4. Presentation - Nivedita Aggarwal
  • S4. The Striking Question
  • S4.1 Starting with your digital transformation
  • S4.1 Starting With Your Digital Transformation
  • S4.2 Looking beyond technology
  • S4.2 Looking Beyond Technology
  • S4.3 Metrics & KPIs for measuring success
  • S4.3 Metrics and KPIs for Measuring Success
  • S4. Case Study Introduction
  • S4. Case Study - Lego
  • S4. Case Study Resolution
  • S4. Satisfaction survey
  • S4. Test
  • S5. Customer Centricity
  • S5. The Striking Question
  • S5. Introduction and Chapter 1
  • S5.1 The secret to success
  • S5.2 Chapter 2
  • S5.2 Understanding your customers journey
  • S5.3 Chapter 3
  • S5.3 Solving your customers business initiatives
  • S5. Case Study Introduction
  • S5. Case Study - Improving customer experience on critical communication
  • S5. Case Study Resolution
  • S5. Satisfaction survey
  • S5. Test
  • S6. Project Management
  • S6. Introduction - Aimée Smith
  • S6. The Striking Question
  • S6.1 Concepts
  • S6.1 PM Concepts
  • S6.2 Methodologies
  • S6.2 PM Methodologies
  • S6.3 Process Groups
  • S6.3 PM Process Groups
  • S6.4 Knowledge Areas
  • S6.4 PM Knowledge Areas
  • S6. Case Study Introduction
  • S6. Case Study - AstraZeneca
  • S6. Case Study Resolution
  • S6. Satisfaction survey
  • S6. Test
  • S7. GLOBALIZATION
  • S7. Introduction - Christina Olson
  • S7. The Striking Question
  • S7.1 Globalization Overview
  • S7.1 Globalization Overview
  • S7.2 Internationalization and World Readiness
  • S7.2 Internationalization and World Readiness
  • S7.3 Localization
  • S7.3 Localization
  • S7.4 Go-to-Market Considerations
  • S7.4 Go-to-Market Considerations
  • S7. Case Study Introduction
  • S7. Case Study - Recommendations for a successful global website
  • S7. Case Study Resolution
  • S7. Satisfaction survey
  • S7. Test
  • S8. Strategic approach to design thinking
  • S8. Introduction - Katie Coulston
  • S8. The Striking Question
  • S8.1 Chapter 1
  • S8.1 Strategic Approach to Design Thinking
  • S8.2 Chapter 2
  • S8.2 The Three E's of Design Thinking
  • S8.3 Chapter 3
  • S8.3 The Design Thinking Mindset
  • S8. Case Study Introduction
  • S8. Case Study - Design Thinking Experience
  • S8. Case Study Resolution
  • S8. Satisfaction survey
  • S8. Test
  • S9. Ethics & Sustainability
  • S9. Introduction - Clara Lapiedra
  • S9. The Striking Question
  • S9.1 Origins of Ethics in Philosophy
  • S9.1 Origin of Ethics in Philosophy
  • S9.2 The Glassbox Era & the 3 impact levels
  • S9.2 The Glassbox Era & the 3 levels of Impact
  • S9.3 Criteria to reason from an ethic focus
  • S9.3 Ethical Reasoning's Criteria
  • S9.4 Business Field
  • S9.5 Corporate Governance Policies
  • S9.5 Sustainable Business & Entrepreneurship
  • S9.6 International Regulations
  • S9.6 International Regulations
  • S9. Case Study Introduction
  • S9. Case study - Coca-Cola
  • S9. Satisfaction survey
  • S9. Test
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever