What innovations to invest into in 2021?

Free Webinar – January 27th, 2021 @ 12 PM EST

As we quickly adopt new ways to live, work and learn, university-based executive education and professional development units need to change how we engage and deliver educational experiences to people we serve. This usually requires investing into new technologies, new skills for our staff and new ways to make our strategies agile and nimble.

Join a conversation with three center directors on January 27th, 2021 at Noon EST to discuss what short and long-term investments will make your center successful this year and beyond.

Panelists include:

  • Jessica Butts Scott, MBA, Director, PowerEDTM, Athabasca University
  • Jon Kaupla, President/Executive Director, Center for Professional & Executive Development, Wisconsin School of Business
  • Nicholas Hamilton-Archer, Executive Director, Executive Education, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

This free webinar is one of the weekly follow-on meeting available for attendees of the Conference on Management and Executive Development in 2020. If you are interested in exploring the ProEd community and joining weekly meetings please contact Joe Bork at jbork@proed.com

We look forward to talking with you on January 27th!

Register for the webinar:

Pam Tipton

“The CMED conference provided me an opportunity to both grow as an individual leader and learn new approaches for elevating the delivery and impact of our programs. I was able to implement new ideas immediately! Topics were relevant to current industry challenges and the structured and informal networking provided multiple opportunities for expanding your network of colleagues. Thanks for a great conference!” 

Pam Tipton, Director of Executive Programs at Goizueta Business School, Emory University
Ron Thomas

“I’ve been attending CMED conference for probably fifteen years. I gain quite a bit from having a variety of centers here ranging from Continuing Education to Executive Education and coming from a variety of universities in Canada, US, Australia and other parts of the world. Also, the big benefit for me is to be able to share best practices with one another. It has been an excellent experience!”

Ron Thomas, Executive Director of Executive Education at Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

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