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Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education

Cambridge General Management Programme

Gamal Nabil Hegazi on the Cambridge General Management Programme (GMP)

Next dates

May 26—Jun 7
13 days
Cambridge, United Kingdom
GBP 14400 ≈USD 18568
GBP 1107 per day
Oct 20—Nov 1
12 days
Cambridge, United Kingdom
GBP 16800 ≈USD 21662
GBP 1400 per day
Nov 18—30
13 days
Cambridge, United Kingdom
GBP 16800 ≈USD 21662
GBP 1292 per day
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Description

Gain essential strategic knowledge, skills and insight to drive performance.

This two-week intensive programme provides an understanding of the concepts and fundamental principles in key management disciplines, and how to apply them to improve decision-making within your organisation.

Which subject areas are covered?

You will be provided with an understanding of the concepts and fundamental principles in key business management disciplines including:

  • Accounting
  • Collaborative leadership
  • Communication & negotiation strategies
  • Creative approaches to problem-solving
  • Finance
  • Innovation
  • Macroeconomics
  • Marketing
  • Operations
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Strategic management
  • Risk & uncertainty
  • High performance wellbeing

Your two weeks will contain a variety of teaching methods, including faculty lectures, guest speakers, case studies and group work sessions.

Benefits

Two weeks of fast-paced learning in one of the world's most famous centres of learning. Cambridge and its historic colleges are both beautiful and inspiring for those seeking new knowledge.

What new skills and knowledge will you benefit from?

  • How to increase team performance with enhanced leadership skills
  • Improved decision making processes and analysis
  • A broader understanding of financial and accounting principles
  • An appreciation of strategic issues in the context of a global marketplace
  • How to identify new trends and market demands in a complex business and economic environment
  • How to integrate marketing, operations and strategy for a strategic business perspective
  • Increased insight into topical issues through discussion with thought leaders

Plus an opportunity to customise some of the programme via a series of electives that allow deep dives into specialist areas and topics of current interest in the business world.

On completing the Cambridge General Management Programme you will be eligible to become an associate member of Cambridge Judge Business School's global network of graduates and business-focused University of Cambridge alumni, faculty and staff.

Who should attend

You will be a highly motivated executive looking to develop your management skills and knowledge by engaging with faculty and an international peer group in an intensive and fast-paced learning environment. You will be ambitious and looking to take what you learn from the programme to help you make the next step in your management career.

With typically five or more years' experience, you may be moving from a specialist function to a more general management role, or to a more senior position within your organisation. The programme has been specifically designed to support those transitioning into new roles with broader perspectives.

Experts

University Senior Lecturer in Strategy Fellow of Magdalene College European Masters in Management (ESCP Europe - formerly EAP), DEA (Université Paris X Nanterre), MA (University of Cambridge), PhD (HEC, France) Research interests Strategy, decision-making and performance in creative, arts an...
Professor of Operations Research Academic Director of the Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) Director of Studies in Management Studies and Fellow of Churchill College BSc (University of Melbourne), MS, PhD (University of Wisconsin) Research interests Risk in business decision making; risk aversio...
Professor of Economics & Organisation Director of Faculty Professorial Fellow of Girton College Director of Studies in Management at Girton College and Murray Edwards College BCom (Hons), MCom (University of the Witwatersrand), MPhil, PhD (University of Cambridge) Research interests Dec...

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