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It was created by the Aresty Institute of Executive Education at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) program for middle and senior HR professionals who want to drive change in their organizations and careers.
According to a recent report by Deloitte Insights, 75 percent of executives say the evolving role of HR is important to them. HR leaders are now expected to stay current with technological advances, guide business leaders and foster a diverse and inclusive work culture. The Wharton Executive Education Chief Human Resources Officer Program was specifically designed to fill this gap.
This unique program helps participants around the world identify turnaround strategies and give their organizations a competitive edge. You will learn how to implement contemporary HR concepts, such as B. Strategic decision-making, driving organizational change and becoming a strategic partner in achieving business goals. Participants will examine real-world case studies and learn how to apply the latest concepts in people management to scale their organizations. The program offers participants flexibility to select electives relevant to their career aspirations as well as their organization’s business goals.
“Rapid changes in human resources have placed higher expectations on the shoulders of HR leaders. Senior professionals are now expected to be involved in strategic planning and development of unique ways to support the organization’s innovation goals, create a high-performing work environment, and even advise the leadership team. At Wharton Executive Education, we are excited to offer this comprehensive program to help HR leaders improve their people management skills and achieve impactful results in their organizations,” said Matthew Bidwell, PhD, Academic Director of the CHRO program at Wharton Executive Education and Associate Professor of Management at the Wharton School.
Faculty for the program includes John Paul MacDuffie, PhD, Professor of Management, Wharton School; Andrew Carton, PhD, Associate Professor of Management, Wharton School; and Nicolaj Siggelkow, PhD, professor of management and co-director of the Mack Institute for Innovation Management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. In addition to this distinguished faculty, the program will include thought leaders and researchers from the HR industry who will provide valuable insights into contemporary practices.
Wharton faculty designed the program’s curriculum with the current needs of human resource managers and the changing dynamics of the workplace in mind. “This new, comprehensive curriculum from Wharton Executive Education, specifically designed for global HR leaders, will empower them to learn from one of the world’s leading institutions and equip them with the tools they need to manage leadership transition and succession processes monitor,” says Jagmohan Raju, professor of marketing and associate dean of the Aresty Institute of Executive Education at the Wharton School.
The CHRO program consists of three core modules spread over 18 weeks, three online electives each taught over six weeks, and a three-day on-campus networking and graduation event. In addition, attendees will participate in interactive fireside chats and guest speakers from global industry experts, allowing them to immediately apply the concepts to their organizations. Through immersive online learning sessions – live online lectures, assessments and discussions – attendees gain insights to lead their organizations with confidence in an uncertain business climate.
“As an HR professional, investing in your development will enhance your leadership skills and increase your impact, positioning your organization for success. At Emeritus, we are excited to partner with Wharton Executive Education to help HR professionals accelerate their impact,” said Lisa Rohrer, director of university partnerships at Emeritus.
This program costs $20,000 and includes tuition fees, all academic materials, and access to online courses. The course starts on December 13, 2022, and can now register via Emeritus. Visit the website for more information about the program.
Emeritus offers tailored and open programs in India, Singapore, Dubai and other global locations in partnership with IIM Lucknow Executive Education, IIM Calcutta Executive Education, ISB Executive Education, Wharton Executive Education, Harvard Business School (HBS), MIT Sloan, Columbia Business School , Kellogg Executive Education, Berkeley Executive Education and Wharton Executive Education, among other leading institutions. Supported by world-class program experts, our world-class executive education programs deliver a comprehensive learning experience integrated with actionable insights and practical business applications. The carefully curated programs come in a variety of formats; Presence, online and mixed programs. Our extensive portfolio also includes short 2-4 day face-to-face workshops, online courses lasting 2-3 months, as well as comprehensive learning journeys spanning 6-9 months, tailored to an organization’s needs. Emeritus Group employs more than 1,400 people worldwide and has offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Shanghai, Singapore, Palo Alto, Mexico City, New York, Boston, London and Dubai. Following its $650 million Series E funding round in August 2021, the company is valued at $3.2 billion and is backed by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Leeds Illuminate, Prosus Ventures, Sequoia Capital India, Bertelsmann, Accel and SoftBank Vision Fund 2 supported. Learn more at emeritus.org/in
About the Wharton School
Founded in 1881 as the first college business school, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania is recognized worldwide for its intellectual leadership and continued innovation in all major disciplines of business education. With a broad global community and one of the most publicized business school faculties, Wharton creates economic and social value worldwide. The school has 5,000 undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA and PhD students; more than 13,000 participants in management training programs every year; and a strong alumni network of 104,000 graduates.
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