Indian participants in classroom

Advanced Management Program — India

Demands on senior leaders have never been greater. In an atmosphere of volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, you need to act more decisively and think more strategically.

Wharton’s Advanced Management Program — India will prepare you to meet those demands and give you the knowledge, skills, and instincts to reach new career heights. This multi-module program brings Indian executives together in both Philadelphia and Mumbai over five weeks, across a six-month learning journey. In addition to learning the latest business practices, insights, and trends, you will examine yourself as a leader, exploring your strengths and challenges, developing a leadership philosophy and greater leadership presence, and deepening your emotional intelligence. Through your investment in the program, you can expect both professional and personal breakthroughs.

Highlights and Key Outcomes

In the Advanced Management Program — India, you will:

  • Develop a highly informed global perspective that will help your organization seize new opportunities and compete successfully well into the future
  • Turn the latest theories and best practices in marketing, finance, strategy, and innovation into actionable strategies
  • Lead with greater purpose and presence to better meet strategic objectives and inspire others
  • Deepen your self-awareness through individual and peer coaching and faculty mentoring
  • Master key leadership skills including negotiating and harnessing the power of emotional intelligence
  • Build a strong global network of peers who will be an enduring source of support, advice, and personal connection
  • Receive Wharton alumni status upon completion of the program, becoming part of a global alumni network with more than 99,000 members

Multi-Modular Program

Dates, Locations, & Fees:

Coming soon

$60,500 USD


Akhil Prasad Director, Country Counsel & Company Secretary, Boeing India

A Learning and Living Community

During the Advanced Management Program — India, you will join a dynamic cohort of highly experienced senior leaders from India, representing a wide range of sectors, industries, and companies. Together, in a setting designed to foster collaboration and connection, you will explore the latest research and best practices across multiple business disciplines, discussing challenges and trends with Wharton’s world-renowned expert faculty, CEOs, and global business practitioners.

Unlike similar programs, there are no elective sessions in the Advanced Management Program — India. Participants come to the program ready for an active experience and a high level of engagement inside and outside the classroom. You will share your current leadership challenges, and put your knowledge and skills to the test in field experiences designed to engage and educate. The connections you forge will become a lifelong personal and professional network, continuing the program experience into the future.

Wharton’s whole-person approach also includes addressing the community, social, and physical aspects of senior leadership. You will work in a small group on projects that tap your collective business acumen, expertise, and connections. You will experience executive mindfulness sessions and, while in Philadelphia, enjoy time off-campus in outings in one of America’s most historic, yet cosmopolitan, cities.

Learning Enhanced through Executive Coaching and Faculty Networking

Your experience will be enhanced through individual coaching sessions that begin before the program and extend beyond the close. Coaching not only supports your learning during the fast-paced program but also helps the transition back to your workplace. It provides an intentional opportunity to take a step back for reflection, an incredibly valuable learning habit many senior executives don’t take the time to do. Because of the positive impact of coaching, many AMP participants choose to retain their coach for months or years after the official sessions end.

Small group coaching is also a part of the Advanced Management Program — India. You will receive real-time feedback throughout the program as you share your goals and current challenges with your group. During experiential learning sessions, you will experiment with stretch goals and have the opportunity to practice new behaviors during the program. Your group provides support for its members, and the issues you choose to work on help influence your experience throughout the program.

Faculty continuity and networking is another area in which Wharton’s Advanced Management Program — India is in a class of its own. You will spend at least six hours a day with Wharton faculty. The program’s lead instructors become part of your network, providing important feedback and advice during the program and throughout your career.

Who Should Attend

The Advanced Management Program — India is designed for senior-level executives who have at least 20 years of management experience and are within two reporting relationships of the C-suite or executive committee in their organizations. AMP attracts executives who are presidents, chief executive officers, heads of major business units, and members of executive committees and operating divisions. Participants  also frequently include senior-level managers who work in the realms of government, nonprofits, and NGOs.

Specifically, this program is ideal for executives who:

  • Have been identified as central to the company’s succession plan
  • Currently hold C-suite level positions at organizations poised to experience significant growth
  • Want to build leadership agility and influence to lead effectively in a world of uncertainty and complexity

A Note from the Admissions Committee

The Admissions Committee may require that the AMP Candidate Nomination Form be completed before making a decision on your application. This form must be completed by your CEO, division president, or other nominator who can attest to your professional achievements and provide additional information about your career goals.


Jeff Klein

Jeff KleinSee Faculty Bio

Executive Director, Anne and John McNulty Leadership Program; Lecturer, The Wharton School and the School of Social Policy and Practice, University of Pennsylvania

Nancy Rothbard

Nancy Rothbard, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Deputy Dean; David Pottruck Professor; Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Emotion and identity, work motivation and engagement, work-life and career development

Harbir Singh

Harbir Singh, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Mack Professor; Professor of Management; Co-Director, Mack Institute for Innovation Management; Wharton School Faculty Director for the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, The Wharton School

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

Christian Terwiesch

Christian Terwiesch, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Andrew M. Heller Professor; Department Chairperson and Professor of Operations, Information and Decisions; Co-Director, Mack Institute of Innovation Management, The Wharton School; Professor of Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Research Interests: Analyzing operational performance, innovation management, R&D management

Michael Useem

Michael Useem, PhDSee Faculty Bio

William and Jacalyn Egan Professor Emeritus of Management; Faculty Director, Center for Leadership and McNulty Leadership Program, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

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

David Wessels

David Wessels, PhDSee Faculty Bio

Adjunct Professor of Finance, The Wharton School

Quinn Bauriedel

Quinn BauriedelSee Faculty Bio

Speaker, Pig Iron Theatre Company


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