Emory - Goizueta Adds Four New Executive Programs for 2013

New programs cover topics in strategy, negotiation, and marketing

Emory University's Goizueta Business School has added four new executive education courses to its 2013 offerings. The new courses include the following:

"Strategic Execution: Aligning the Organization for Competitive Advantage" is designed for mid- to upper-level managers who are moving into more strategic roles. It focuses on helping participants better understand the organizational structures of their firms in order to make better strategic decisions. This two-day course launches on July 30th.

"Marketing Analytics that Drive Business Outcomes" will help participants better understand how to use data to make better business decisions. The first two-day course offering will begin on August 6th.

"Strategies for Maximizing Negotiation Outcomes" is a two-day course that will help participants plan and execute negotiations. It will mix content with real-world application exercises. Begins on September 10th.

"Marketing for Non-Marketing Professionals" is designed for professionals without a marketing background but increasingly interact with marketing concepts. It is a two day course; the next offering begins on October 15th.

For more information on these or Emory's other executive education course offerings, please see the Emory press release announcing the new courses.


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