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Fisher College’s executive development programs served more than
4,000 managers in over 130 programs this past year.
Fifteen Management Development Programs Custom Designed for Companies
OCLC – leadership development program calculated by the company to provide financial benefit of over $2 million.
AEP – strategic leaders program to support succession plan and develop future AEP leaders.
New Sabina Industries – management development program to analyze management training needs.
BI/Roxane – management development program in Columbus and Cleveland.
Emery Worldwide – measuring and selling the value of supply chain solutions.
Partnerships with Other Ohio State University Programs
Ohio State Optometry – personal finance and mentoring program for first-year optometry students and a business planning program for third year students.
OSU Medical Center – data collection and identification of issues and organizational strategies for development of leadership academies.
Ohio State Department of Athletics – a leadership institute for sports managers to develop business strategy and planning.
University at large – a special President’s and Dean’s $52,000 scholarship for the Executive MBA track to a university faculty member.
A Focus on Leadership
Emerging Leaders Institute – a program designed for high potential managers to build leadership competencies using 360-degree assessment feedback, coaching, change projects, learning circles and a competency-based curriculum.
The Fisher Executive MBA
Graduated its first class of students (43) and admitted 56 new participants to this 18-month degree program designed to address the management needs of high-potential business executives.
Partnered with Ford Motor Company to explore Ford’s acquisition and integration of Jaguar in an integrative, team-taught course on creating and managing the diversified firm.
Provided a ten-day international field experience to several major plants and companies in Mainland China, where students had an opportunity to learn first-hand about manufacturing operations in that country.