The Cornell-ILR Experienced Managers Program (CEMP) is a 12-month blended program for mid-career professionals in India. Developed through a partnership between the ILR School at Cornell University and Pearson, the UK-based multinational, CEMP is a management program for the working professional with a focus on human capital.
Participants can enjoy the convenience of live online instruction from their home or office and engage with instructors and classmates during several face-to-face sessions at the Pearson Learning Center in Gurgaon, India.
The program also offers an optional U.S. immersion program in both Ithaca, NY, and New York City that focuses on leadership, innovation, and agility. As part of the U.S. visit, participants compete as teams in a business management simulation.
CEMP starts with an in-person course on October 23 and 24, 2015, at the learning center in Gurgaon.
ILR School Project Team
Joe GrassoAssociate Dean for Finance, Administration, and Corporate Relations - ILR School - Cornell University
Steve MirandaExecutive Director, Executive Education and Human Capital Development - ILR School - Cornell University
Laura RobinsonDirector of Infrastructure Operations - ILR School - Cornell University
D.H. GoodallSr. Product Manager - Online Learning and Product Management - ILR School - Cornell University
Section 1: Managing the Business
1. Service Operations Management (Steve Miranda)
2. Global Sourcing and Supply Chain Management (Donna Sharp)
3. Marketing Management (Chekitan Dev)
4. Finance for Non-Financial Managers (Joe Grasso)
Section 2: Managing People & Teams
5. Global Human Resources and Labor Relations (Sarosh Kuruvilla)
6. Managing Effective Teams (Lisa Nishii and Brad Bell)
7. Negotiations and Conflict Management (Dan McCray)
Section 4: Managing the Strategy
11. Strategic Marketing (Chekitan Dev)
12. Intrapreneurship: Entrepreneurship Within an Organization (Laura C. Georgianna)
13. Risk Management (Stephanie Thomas)
14. Foundations of Business Strategy (Ed Davidson)
U.S. Immersion (optional)
Agile Leadership Skills for Innovation and Change (Sam Bacharach)
Cornell Management Simulation (Tom Schryver)
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