CORPORATE LEARNING & EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS
THAT DRIVE PERFORMANCE UP
We customize executive courses to accelerate your company’s learning curve - by helping your people acquire de tools and skills, and develop the knowledge and attitudes - to overcome your current challenges and unforeseen opportunities.
Having a Strategy as Learning Capabilities closes the Execution Gap and makes your company more resilient and more innovative.
We tailor executive programs with one goal in mind: Help you drive your performance up.
Our programs are designed to fit your strategy, close your execution gap, and help you:
Overcome your most pressing needs.
Profit from unforeseen opportunities.
Strengthen your organizational culture.
Improve your employee engagement and retention.
Uplift your leadership and management practices.
LEARNING WITH AMS
Learning by the case method and using the Harvard Business School teaching material creates a learning experience that helps participants acquire the confidence, vision, and strategies that drive tangible business results. We’ve built a robust theory of management where participants can learn from discussing real-life business problems and incorporate high-impact best practices to develop fundamental decision-making criteria and immediately apply them to their specific business circumstances.
For managers and leaders the ability to solve problems and communicate effectively is by far the most important skillset, this is why the case method is so relevant in business education. Being able to understand contexts, develop proper frameworks and formulating principles is the end result.
THE CASE METHOD
To successfully become managers, leaders must develop two set of skills; analyze and solve problems correctly and, communicate their thinking effectively. The sole purpose of the case method is to create knowledge instead of mere receiving knowledge.
A case imitates or simulates a real situation. Cases are verbal representations of reality that put the reader in the role of the main character. Cases resemble to real life where information is not complete or its overwhelming, ambiguity and irrelevancies are present, there are different incentives, and most importantly, there is no “right” answer.
All our professors are successful general managers with vast experience in their fields and they all have genuine passion for learning. They have been certified by Harvard Business School to facilitate case discussions, and none of them are academics.