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We craft our programmes to ensure your strategic priorities inform their design. We are mindful of the fact that executive education programmes often form part of a wider strategic initiative to bring about improved organisational performance and leadership effectiveness. Our interventions are therefore designed to be used as key building blocks that can sit within your broader strategic and corporate initiatives.

We also recognise that although your challenges may be similar to your competitors, the resources, culture and people you bring to address those challenges are unique to your organisation. In building a solution that matches your needs we draw on best practice and then go beyond it to propose in-depth diagnosis and tailor-made solutions to your specific situation.

Alongside executive education, Cambridge Judge Business School delivers a suite of high-quality services, including:

  • Diagnostic and internal benchmark evaluations
  • Competency assessment frameworks
  • Psychometrics and profiling
  • 360-degree feedback
  • Facilitated workshops (design thinking, problem-based learning, enquiry-based learning)
  • Project-based interventions
  • Executive coaching and mentoring.
Graphic to illustrate the process of designing a Customised executive education programme. Stage 1 – Diagnose the issue using a needs analysis, psychometric tests and people analytics. Stage 2 – Design stage of the programme, involving creating audience personas, holding design workshops and creating a high level programme design. Stage 3 – The delivery stage of the programme. This involves a more detailed programme design, the production of change toolkits and thought leadership. The final stage of the process is the measurement of the effects of the programme on the organisation. This is conducted through impact reports, application tasks and knowledge cascading.

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