Olin Executive Education Courses and Certificates
Gain in-depth knowledge and skills without spending a lot of time away from your office. Complete a one-day seminar course, earn a Concentration
with five course days, or build your own Advanced Management Certificate
(AMC) with three concentrations.
Note: AMC concentrations have been consolidated from five to three topical areas: Business Execution (includes Financial Management topics), Leadership (includes Talent Management topics), and Strategic Thinking.
Select Program Type and Topics. Click on a program to view details and enroll online. For more information, call 314-935-9494 or email ExecEd@wustl.edu.
New Date 5/13/2020
Learn how firms are successfully using digital mediums to engage savvy consumers, win business, and cultivate loyalty.
St Louis| May 13, 2020
Apply the principles of values-centered leadership to activate your team’s true potential. Leverage the basics of team design to lead your team to maximum effectiveness.
St Louis| Dec. 11, 2019 and Dec. 12, 2019
New Format - Three 2 day modules
Working in partnership with female executives, you will learn how to make decisions, exert power and influence, negotiate, and manage change confidently and effectively. The spring cohort consists of three 2 day modules from January 2020 to May 2020.
Now accepting applications.
St Louis|Jan. 9 and 10, 2020; March 5 and 6, 2020; April 30 and May 1, 2020
Learn the “Big 6” leadership principles that enable leaders to drive change through trust, excellence, and empowerment
St Louis| Jan. 29, 2020
Use the principles of “lean” to get things done better, faster, and more efficiently. Learn how leaders across a variety of industries use lean thinking to add value and create better processes for their firms.
St Louis| Feb.12, 2020
Examine the dynamic role of a leader as well as the competencies and mindset needed at different levels. Explore the six main leadership styles and their effectiveness in various
St Louis| Feb. 19, 2020
Examine the latest M&A research and trends; discuss common pitfalls; and develop best practices for target identification, deal valuation, and post-deal integration
St Louis| Mar. 4, 2020 and Mar. 5, 2020
Designed by members of the Harvard Negotiation Project, this session teaches you how to handle conflict, talk through differences, and promote positive work relationships
St Louis| Mar. 5, 2020
Develop the three critical skills of informal leadership: navigating politics, understanding power, and exercising influence.
St Louis| Apr. 7, 2020 and Apr. 8, 2020
Learn the core aspects of value creation and capture, and how firms use market focus to develop a sustainable competitive advantage.
St Louis| Apr. 28, 2020
Learn the concepts frameworks, and tools for management decision-making that help grow your organization and build its competitive advantage.
St Louis| May 5, 2020 and May 6, 2020
Improve your capacity to mentor the best emerging talent in your firm. Learn the mindset and mentoring skills necessary to effectively bring out the best in others.
St Louis| May 19, 2020
Learn how to cultivate insight about what is changing in the world and how to design solutions and strategies to meet these changes even in the face of uncertainty.
St Louis| May 20, 2020
Enhance your understanding of the factors that drive creativity. Learn ways to boost your own creativity and to nurture the creativity of those with whom you work.
St Louis| June 3, 2020
Focused on all aspect of the supply chain, the Supply Chain Management Certificate program teaches you how to manage and monitor raw materials, work-in-progress inventory, finished goods, and channel partners. Learn how to improve operational effectiveness across the entire supply chain, from sourcing to point of sale. The St Louis cohort meeting daily for one week
St Louis| April 27, 2020 - May 1, 2020