Executive Education Custom Corporate Programs

For organizations and large groups, we work closely with clients to customize content and format of programs to target specific organizations and/or industries. Customized programs create a think-tank environment within the company that increases individual and organizational success.

Your organization's approach to education and development can be a significant lever for achieving your goals.

Custom Program Process:

The first step in the design process for custom programs is to understand your needs. We conduct assessments at the individual, organization, or process levels to craft a better education solution. If you have already completed an assessment process, our instructors and design team can use your existing data.

In order to select the ideal Executive Education opportunity for your company, you should consider the expectations by answering the following questions:
 

  • What is most critical to your organization?
  • Growth? Integration? New markets? Culture change? Globalization?
  • What educational themes do you need to address to fit your company’s strategy?
  • What clear learning objectives do you have to meet organizational goals?
  • What knowledge should your employee be able to apply within your organization after completing the program?
  • How will you measure success of the program?

 

  • Design

    In the design phase, we focus on closing the gaps identified in the assessment process. We work with you not only to determine the specific content, but also to ensure that the content is presented in a mode that best helps your audience process and apply the learning.  

    Design solutions typically involve a blend of classroom learning, online learning, individual and group projects and exercises, case studies, individual coaching, simulations, and other modes of action learning.

  • Deliver

    Internationally-ranked faculty can deliver at our world-class facility or your location. Our delivery can include everything from your learning management system, to on-site program administration and program measurement evaluation.

  • Evaluate

    As part of delivery, we evaluate the program both at the participant level and at the process level. Participant evaluation, as well as formal evaluation with those involved in the planning and delivery of the program are done. We will work with you on the evaluation using the Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation.  

    Return on investment in learning should be considered by every corporate learning organization investing in employee education and development. By delivering a consistent program to a group of employees, you can more accurately gauge the return on your invested education dollar.

 

  • Subject Areas
    Finance/Accounting Accounting
    Finance
    Value-Based Decision Making
    SEC Accounting and Financial Reporting
    General Business Business Issues In Legal
    E-Commerce
    Employment Law Issues
    Information Technology
    International Business
    Workplace Diversity
    LEadership Change Management
    Conflict Management
    Leadership Development
    Negotiation
    Power and Influence
    Strategic Planning
    Talent Management
    Team Effectiveness
    Trust Building
    Management Balanced Scorecard
    Business Protocols
    Decision Making
    Human Resources
    Management
    Matrix Management/Virtual Management
    Performance Management
    Personal Productivity Workshop
    Marketing Branding
    Marketing
    Marketing Research
    Marketing Communications
    Sales Management
    Operations Inventory Management Concepts
    Lean Office
    Lean Manufacturing
    Quality Management
    Service Excellence
    Web-based Six Sigma Black Belt
    Blended Program
    Supply Chain Demand Management
    Logistics
    Supply Chain Management

     

  • Client Portfolio

    Since 1954, Fisher’s Executive Education has become a major provider of resources and corporate contacts for the faculty as well as a knowledge resource for the corporate community as well as professional and trade associations.

    • AAA – Ohio Auto Club
    • American Electric Power (AEP)
    • AG Entrepreneur
    • Aggreko
    • Alliance  Data
    • American Marketing Association (AMA)
    • The Andersons
    • US Army
    • AWDA
    • BI Roxane
    • BISYS
    • Bob Evans Farms
    • Bricker & Eckler
    • The Builders Exchange of Central Ohio
    • Cardinal Health
    • JP Morgan Chase
    • Chemical Abstracts Service
    • Coca-Cola, North America
    • Columbus Public Schools
    • Crane Group
    • Diamond Power International, Inc.
    • Elmer’s Products, Inc.
    • Express
    • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
    • Greif, Inc.
    • Honda of America
    • Huntington
    • Kaiser Aluminum
    • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
    • LG Chemical
    • Lifestyle Communities
    • Limited
    • Lutheran Social Services
    • Maersk
    • Mettler Toledo
    • M/I Homes
    • National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW)
    • Nationwide
    • Nationwide Children’s Hospital  
    • Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)
    • Ohio Civil Service Employees Association (OCSEA)
    • OSU Optometry
    • OSU Pharmacy
    • PricewaterhouseCoopers
    • Resource Interactive
    • RG Barry
    • Robbins & Myers
    • Ross Heart Hospital
    • Scott Miracle-Gro
    • Securities Association of China
    • State of Ohio Lottery Commission
    • Textron
    • TODCO
    • Tosoh America Inc. 
    • Welding Alloys

     

 

Contact

Marty Schwalbe, Director of Growth and Learning
Fisher College of Business
Executive Education
110 Pfahl Hall
280 W. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210-1144