The Energy Executive Management Program is particularly appropriate for those who work in the energy industry, have a technical background (e.g., petroleum engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, geology, geophysics, etc.) or a degree applicable to the energy industry (e.g., law, landman, energy economics, etc.), and are high-potential leaders in their organization. The program is designed to provide an overview of the business side of an energy enterprise to enable participants to be better managers in their organization.
The Energy Executive Management Program
This program will provide participants with an understanding of how energy companies create value in the marketplace and explores business issues and opportunities in the energy industry. Participants will gain knowledge of the business models of energy companies, and they will develop insights and entrepreneurial skills to evaluate, develop and manage new business opportunities to achieve sustainable growth and shareholder value. Participants will develop their business acumen, strengthen their strategic decision‐making skills and update/expand their management skills to lead their companies to greater success. Participants will return to their companies re‐energized and equipped with tools to help their companies compete successfully in a global environment.
What to Expect:
The program offers a unique opportunity to integrate business knowledge, sharpen leadership skills and better understand the management processes. This intensive, five‐day program seeks to accelerate the development of high potential managers and prepare them for advancement into senior management positions. The learning experience combines lectures with specific references to the energy industry, class discussion, small‐group projects and case analyses and an interactive process of exchanging new ideas, state‐of‐the‐art concepts and best practices with faculty and/or industry specialists from energy companies. The conference's challenging, accelerated pace demands that you devote your full attention to assimilating new knowledge and skills.