3 Modules. 3 Top Business Schools. 3 European Metropolises – 1 Business Management Program for Leaders in Sports Business
The Executive Education divisions of three leading European Business Schools – WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), and ESSEC Business School – join forces to offer a new pioneer program for (future) leaders in sports business. Over 3 x 3-day modules, participants learn how to systematically look into the future and develop a strategy for growth (at WHU in Düsseldorf). Furthermore, they study how to turn strategy concepts into commercial success (at SSE in Stockholm) and they will learn about the role of leadership, goal setting, and culture in managing change (at ESSEC in Paris). Participants will not only discover new skills and explore new ways of thinking, but also have the opportunity to expand their network through a diverse group of international peers and world-class experts.
Participants will be awarded an Executive Education Certificate from each business school after successfully completing the program.
Founded in 1907, is one of the world’s top management schools and holds the “triple crown” accreditation from EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA. With 7,400 participants across 4 campuses (France (2), Morocco and Singapore); a faculty comprised of 169 full-time professors, 23 of which are emeritus professors, in France and Singapore, recognized for both the quality and influence of their research; a wide range of management training programs; partnerships with the world’s best universities; and a network of 69,000 alumni, ESSEC continues to foster a tradition of academic excellence and a spirit of openness in the fields of economics, social sciences and innovation.
Stockholm School of Economics Executive Education is Northern Europe’s leading partner for executive education and ranked number one in the Nordics according to the Financial Times. The wide range of programs offers training in leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, sustainable growth, and financial economics, as well as specialist programs in finance and insurance.