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--1999 Annual Report--
-Fisher College of Business-
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...Executive education increased its gross revenues by 12.5% last year....

The biggest growth in executive education programs during 98-99 was in the area of logistics...


Providing a quality learning enviroment. . . in the classroom and beyond

At the core of Fisher College Executive Education programs is a faculty recognized for high impact research in response to current and emerging business issues. During 1998-99, Executive Education designed its offerings around areas of faculty expertise and the needs of the marketplace, resulting in a successful year for the program.


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  • Executive Education increased its gross revenues by 12.5% last year.

  • The biggest growth in Executive Education programs during 1998-99 was in the area of logistics. More than 270 executives attended logistics programs last year. One of the most successful programs was the Logistics Management Program, which has grown its enrollment for the past three years.

  • 55% of the Executive Education offerings last year were custom programs, including programs designed especially for Andersen Consulting, Emery Worldwide, and American Electric Power. New relationships included programs for Victoria’s Secret, Bank One, Hancor and Samsung.

  • Executive Education continued its successful partnerships with a number of major associations last year, including the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors and the Automotive Warehouse Distributors.

  • In response to market demand, the senior-level Advanced Management Program was restructured into a more cohesive and integrated four-part yearly program.

  • The Management Certificate Program: A Survey of MBA Topics continued to be an extremely successful program last year. As a result, an advanced course, Management Certificate Program: Advanced Topics, will be offered in 1999-2000.

Selected list of new initiatives for 1999-2000

  • Customer Focused Leadership

  • Service Management Executive Program

  • Creativity and Innovative Thinking in the Workplace

  • Basic Banking Principles

  • International Business for the 21st Century: A Certificate Program

  • Electronic Commerce

  • Marketing Strategies

  • Creating Your Business Strategy: A Team Approach

  • Strategic Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions

Executive MBA program

A new Fisher Executive MBA (EMBA) program was recently approved by the university and the State of Ohio. Slated to begin in January 2001, the program is designed for the working professional, with a unique 15-month format and an integrative curriculum reflecting current business issues.

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