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Thunderbird offers a suite of professional development programs designed to challenge business leaders to think and manage more effectively in a constantly evolving and turbulent international world. The unparalleled curriculum, the distinguished faculty and the diverse cultural and professional networking opportunities combine to create an ideal learning experience.
Analyze key issues facing today’s global oil and gas firms and discover solutions that can be applied to the very issues facing your own organization as you engage with global and national oil companies, oilfield services companies and state-owned enterprises.
Develop your management skill set while sharing ideas with peers at the Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) Management Academy. Over the course of this three-day program, you will sharpen your management, leadership and decision-making capabilities by engaging in faculty-led presentations, interactive exercises and small-group discussion.
The Executive Fellowship in Innovation Health Leadership (EFIHL) is a year-long, cohort-based program that exposes our Fellows to the nation’s industry leaders and develops the skills needed to accelerate their own organization’s capacity to innovate.
Built out of a strategic partnership between Crumpton Group and Thunderbird School of Global Management, Intelligence for Business brings together veteran intelligence experts and leading global leadership faculty to deliver a transformative 3-day program. The program teaches senior leaders, and those moving up within the organization to lead, how to apply the intelligence discipline to address their most vexing decision making challenges.
Small businesses play a key role in boosting our economy, creating jobs and positively impacting the community. Indeed, the world runs on small business. And while these companies play a significant part in the marketplace, they can face challenges larger businesses may not.
The world is changing at a rapid pace never seen before with technology taking center stage as a major catalyst. In this era of constant change, successful global business and government leaders must be knowledgeable of technology trends and must understand new models to foster innovation.