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Global Resilient Leadership

Program Overview

Every leader today is a change leader. Responding to a constantly changing global business environment, Global Resilient Leadership enables executives to develop a new mindset to lead in today’s competitive landscape. Wharton Executive Education collaborated with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Nissan Global Foundation, and Waseda Business School in Japan to offer a path for leaders to get ahead of market changes and successfully navigate their firms toward the future.

Taught by experts in strategy, leadership, and the global economy, as well as senior Nissan executives who bring an insider's view of organizational transformation, Global Resilient Leadership will provide participants with the latest research and best practices, and create an international network of peers facing similar challenges and opportunities.

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Program Highlights & Benefits

In Global Resilient Leadership, you will:

  • Manage your global strategy in a rapidly changing business environment
  • Build the confidence and skills to help you lead change initiatives
  • Develop a mindset grounded in current realities and the need for change
  • Focus on longer-term strategic growth issues
  • Better understand your competitive landscape

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Global Resilient Leadership Program Participant
Waseda Nissan

November 19 - 23, 2018$8,320

Tokyo, Japan

Download the program schedule, including session details.

This program is designed for bilingual executives who speak both English and Japanese.

Tuition for the program includes meals. Prices are subject to change.

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Experience & Impact

Global Resilient Leadership addresses the needs of mid- and senior-level executives from a range of industries, leveraging the knowledge and experience of senior Nissan executives. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of the need for change and how to make it happen. A number of sessions with these Nissan leaders will dig deeper into the successful strategies that transformed their organization. These live case studies include interactive dialogues that address participants’ questions and concerns.

Wharton faculty — led by Harbir Singh, co-director, Mack Institute for Innovation Management, and vice dean for Global Initiatives; and Michael Useem, William and Jacalyn Egan Professor of Management and director, Center for Leadership and Change Management — apply their field-based research and the latest strategic insights to help participants broaden their perspectives on how to make their organizations more competitive.

This unique cross-cultural experience will help executives to:

  • Manage their global strategy in a rapidly changing business environment
  • Build the confidence and skills that will help them lead change initiatives
  • Develop a mindset grounded in current realities and the need for change
  • Focus on longer-term strategic growth issues
  • Better understand their competitive landscape

Participants will leave better equipped as change leaders who can transform how they approach strategy and growth, and gain a competitive advantage in a global context.

Who Should Attend

Global Resilient Leadership is designed for bilingual executives who speak both English and Japanese. Participants must hold senior-level positions in a global company, possess the qualities of both manager and leader, and have more than 15 years of work experience that includes managing teams.

While the classroom lectures will be taught in English, the networking both inside and outside the classroom will be in Japanese, so participants should be fluent in both languages.

Participants may work in any of the following industries:

  • Advertising
  • Automotive manufacturing
  • Banking, financial services
  • Chemicals
  • Energy
  • Industrial machinery
  • Insurance
  • IT
  • Telecom

Participants leave the program with an expanded peer network, plus specific tools and frameworks they can use to make a meaningful strategic impact within their companies or organizations.

Faculty

Harbir Singh, PhD   See Faculty Bio

Mack Professor; Professor of Management; Co-Director, Mack Institute for Innovation Management; Vice Dean, Global Initiatives

Research Interests: Corporate governance, corporate restructuring, management buyouts, strategies for corporate acquisitions

Michael Useem, PhD   See Faculty Bio

William and Jacalyn Egan Professor of Management; Professor of Management; Director, Center for Leadership and Change Management; Editor, Wharton Leadership Digest

Research Interests: Catastrophic and enterprise risk management, corporate change and restructuring, leadership, decision making, governance

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