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A transformative experience.
“This is designed to enable you to think strategies and ideas for a world yet to be discovered. The best tech school teaching strategy and leadership is unique and needed for the world we are going to live in”, Hari Abburi.
“We teach a well-researched Future centric articulation of agility.” Alan Dunn
Why is being at the speed of the customerSM is important for the next two decades?. Technologies don’t disrupt, your thinking does. As a Leader, you need to imagine a future yet invented and deconstruct to build it.
THE CUSTOMIZED PROGRAM IS FOR THREE GROUPS
- Senior Executives involved in Strategy and Business Operations
- Experienced Mid-Level Executives
- Business School Students
The program is customized for each of the three groups. The program is delivered as a two-day certification course or an intensive one-week course.
“The best technology school teaching leadership is the key. It is far more discovery centric on the future of this world”.
Customized as a two-day certificate program or an intensive one-week course, Leading at the Speed of the Customer mixes human capital—experienced facilitators and Caltech faculty—with smart technology—a chatbot and augmented reality tools. To immerse your talent in
the innovative world of Caltech’s thinkers and doers, courses delivered on-campus include visits to labs that are plotting the future of robotics, autonomous systems, multidimensional data modelling, and space structures lab.
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To explore your organization’s leadership development options, contact the Caltech Center for Technology and Management Education: 626.395.4042 or [email protected]
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