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Global Modular Course in Abu Dhabi Focuses on Finance in the Middle East and North Africa
March 5, 2013

Professor Nihat Bulent Gultekin teaches finance at Wharton and is the academic director of the Wharton MENA Center@CERT in Abu Dhabi. Having recently returned from teaching a Global Modular Course for Wharton EMBA students in Abu Dhabi, we asked him to talk about delivering a high-impact educational experience in a three-day format, thousands of miles from campus.

The goal of the Global Modular Course in Abu Dhabi, “Finance in the Middle East & North Africa,” was to bring students, academics and industry experts together to study financial markets, practice and institutions in this region. The course focused on areas such as current challenges, the political economy, financial markets, sovereign wealth funds, Islamic finance and alternative investments.

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Seeking to Improve Access to Financial Services for the Poor in Kenya
February 25, 2013

As soon as I heard about Wharton’s Global Consulting Practicum (GCP), I knew I wanted to take this course. The GCP is an elective in which Wharton full-time MBA and EMBA students are teamed with business students at partner universities around the world to consult for a company or organization. Kenya 8Usually, the client is seeking to enter or expand its position in the U.S. or other world market, but the program also includes social impact projects with governments and nonprofits.

I was interested in the GCP because it would be an opportunity to gain experience working with an organization outside of the classroom and beyond the scope of my own job. Specifically, I wanted to work on a social impact project that could ultimately help millions of people in a developing country.

My team of five Wharton | San Francisco EMBA students was assigned to work for the Gates Foundation (our client) on a project in Kenya. The issue involved how to increase access to financial services for people who are living on below $2 a day. How do you create a better banking system? How do you provide better credit? How do you make things like health and life insurance available? How can you apply new technology to help streamline financial service processes?

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Wharton EMBA Alumna Uses Degree to Impact Education in Jamaica
February 14, 2013

Deika Morrison has a unique perspective about Wharton given that she earneDeika 3d a dual undergraduate degree in business and engineering from Wharton and Penn, and then earned a Wharton MBA through the executive program in Philadelphia. Now, the founder of several businesses and a charity in Jamaica, we asked her to talk about how her Wharton education has impacted her career. Here’s what she said:

“After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994, I went home to Jamaica where I worked for the government before deciding in 2001 to get an MBA in order to transition to the private sector. Based on how much I loved my four years as an undergraduate at Wharton, I knew I wanted to come back here for my MBA.

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Zen Capitalism is Key to Success for Wharton EMBA Alum
November 28, 2012

A lot of business ideas for both new and existing companies are inspired in Wharton’s executive MBA program. It can lead to the solution of a problem, a collaboration, or in some instances the creation of a new business.

Karl-Eric Brière, who graduated from Wharton’s EMBA program in 2004, recalls that he had such an “aha” moment while talking to classmate Rick Blackshaw about a different type of entrepreneurship that focuses on compassion-centered value creation. Rick called it Zen Capitalism.

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Global Modular Courses Popular Among Wharton MBA Exec Students
April 3, 2012

Since the first global modular course was piloted in January of 2010, Wharton’s week-long mini-courses offered during winter and spring break have been extremely popular among Executive MBA students.

“We’re continuing to enrich our portfolio of these courses which provide a unique way for students to learn about business challenges and opportunities in parts of the world experiencing rapid change,” says Vice Dean of Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives Anjani Jain. “The global modular courses are an ideal fit for executive MBA students’ busy schedules and desire for greater exposure to international business issues.”

Last year, more than 40% of enrollments came from EMBA students who had the option of participating in eight courses around the world such as “Building Future Markets” in Cape Town, “Finance in Europe” in London, “Global Supply Chain Management in China” in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong, “Innovation in India’s Healthcare Sector” in Hyderabad, and “Energy & Infrastructure in Brazil” in Rio de Janeiro.

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Wharton’s Global Modular Course in Rwanda Focuses on Conflict Resolution and Leadership
February 7, 2012

Wharton’s EMBA program is known for having a global focus with its International Seminar; however the addition of global modular courses has taken this to a whole new level. Launched in 2010, the week-long  mini-courses offer students opportunities to learn about topics such as financial institutions in Abu Rwanda GMC Dhabi, supply chain management in Shanghai, innovation in India, and leadership and conflict resolution in Rwanda.

Having recently returned from the course in Rwanda, we asked EMBA students Marla Bleavins and Bill Williams to tell us about their experience. Here’s what Marla, a second-year student at Wharton | San Francisco who is a special projects manager for Los Angeles World Airports, had to say:

“Most Americans know about Rwanda because of the tragedy of genocide that happened there in 1994, but we aren’t as familiar with the progress the country has made since then. It’s the fastest growing economy in Africa and one of the safest and least corrupt countries on that continent so I was intrigued to learn more about it through this course, which was taught by Prof. Katherine Klein and called, ‘Leadership, Conflict, and Change.’

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Wharton EMBA Students Reflect on Class Trips to Brazil
November 16, 2011

Each year, second-year students in Wharton’s EMBA program vote on a location for their International Seminar trip. With options including India, China, Turkey and Brazil, it was a tough decision, but in the end both the East and West Coast classes voted on Brazil.

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The BRIC country’s position as Latin America’s largest economy and its strength in a diversity of areas such as steel, oil drilling, and renewable energy attracted the students’ interest. During the week-long trip, they visited local and international companies to learn more about challenges and opportunities in the region.

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Wharton MBA Alumnus Reflects on Impact of Education on his Career
November 3, 2011

After working for the government for 12 years, including positions at the White House and the National Security Council, Frank Lavin wanted to transition into the business world and saw an MBA from Wharton as the key to accomplishing that goal.

It didn’t take long, as he joined Citibank in Hong Kong immediately after graduating in 1996 from Wharton’s EMBA program. “Wharton’s MBA Exec program helped enormously because I wasn’t just changing jobs, but careers. I needed a new skillset to move into banking and Wharton provided those tools.”

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Wharton | San Francisco Student Reflects on China Trek
July 28, 2011

Each year, second-year Wharton EMBA students spend a week abroad examining how businesses develop and implement strategy in a competitive global context. While that trip is the culmination of their International Seminar, it’s not uncommon for students to organize additional treks to gain further insight into the economic, political, social and cultural factors that influence business in other regions.

Last month, a group of 21 students from Wharton | San Francisco participated in a trek to Beijing and  Shanghai. We asked second-year student Hari Kannan, a technologist at VCE in the Silicon Valley, to share some highlights from the trip. Here’s what he had to say:

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Wharton Leadership Venture to Chilean Desert Provides Unique Learning Experience
July 22, 2011

Before coming to Wharton’s EMBA program, Hanson Wong, a principal consultant at Risk Management Solutions in New Jersey, had never swum in the waters of Antarctica, hiked across a desert or summited a volcano. In fact, he had never even gone camping much less rappelled down mountains or zip lined Hanson Wong Original   across steep chasms. However, during his two years at Wharton, he did all of these things through the Wharton Leadership Ventures Program.

“My first venture was to Antarctica, which most people only ever see from a cruise. We not only camped there, but a few of us also decided to jump in the water twice. How many people can say they did that?” says Wong, noting that he added on a week of hiking in Patagonia after that venture.

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Global Consulting Practicum and Healthcare Course in India Expand Horizons for Wharton Executive MBA Student
June 15, 2011

Bruce Crocker, a legal advisor and trustee for the Hillman family in Pittsburgh, applied to Wharton’s MBA for Executives Program in Philadelphia not only to enhance his understanding of the investment landscape, but also because he thought the rigorous academic program would be good for his “60-year-old brain.” So far, he’s gotten a lot more from the program than he originally planned, including a vast knowledge about India’s healthcare system, new friends in India, and first-hand experience as a consultant.

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Wharton EMBA Alumnus Uses Degree to Build VC Firm in China
May 27, 2011

When Feng Deng applied to Wharton’s EMBA program in San Francisco, he was a successful entrepreneur running NetScreen Technologies in the Silicon Valley.  His company employed 1,000 people, but to eventually manage a larger team, he knew he needed a formal business education.

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Wharton EMBA Student Helps TD Bank Expand in U.S.
May 10, 2011

J. Thacker - TD BankWorking as an associate vice president of “everyday banking” at TD Bank, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Jason Thacker became interested in earning an MBA to sharpen his financial skills and become a stronger leader.  He also wanted exposure to the best possible business minds, which for him meant one school -- Wharton.

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Wharton Exec MBA Program Helps Alumnus Transition from Computer Products to Finance
February 8, 2011

Ian Lombard was director of the technology products group at his computer products company when he decided that it was time for a change.  He wanted to transition into a different industry, but his undergraduate degree was in molecular biology, which limited his options.  His path forward turned out to be Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives in San Francisco.

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From Sponsorship to Electives: Wharton MBA for Executives Webcast Covers it All
February 3, 2011

Registrants from 30 states and 14 countries joined us last week for our first-ever Webcast event.  During the interactive presentation, streamed live from Philadelphia and San Francisco, participants heard from administrators, faculty, students, and alumni.  It was a great opportunity to learn more about Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives.  If you missed it, it’s not too late. You can watch the replay.

The interactive presentation began with Vice Dean Anjani Jain providing an overview of our program.  He was joined by Wharton Professors David Bell, Peggy Bishop Lane, and Witold Henisz who shared their experiences teaching in our program.  Students and alumni on both coasts then discussed the benefits of the Wharton MBA degree and how they handled the challenge of working while they earned it.

Although we covered a lot of topics during the Webcast, you still might have questions. If so, please contact us at either our San Francisco or Philadelphia Office. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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Journalist at Wharton|San Francisco Finds Plenty to Write about from Classmates and Curriculum
January 12, 2011

Whether it’s the legality of having your favorite clothes copied in China or the ins and outs of mortgage refinancing, second-year Wharton | San Francisco executive MBA student Jennifer Saranow Schultz covers it all as the lead writer for the Bucks Blog of the New York Times.  Writing three or four posts a day, Schultz provides tips and tricks to help consumers better manage their bucks.

While coming up with that many topics to write about every day might sound challenging, Schultz, who has been writing for the New York Times for a little over a year and was previously a journalist for the Wall Street Journal, says that Wharton has turned out to be a great source for blog ideas. “I find topics to write about from a lot of places, but being in school with 90 other people who are dealing with a range of issues like student loans and taxes has been great. Now that my classmates know that I write the blog, they’ll come to me with ideas and are really supportive,” she says.

Schultz has based several blogs on classroom discussions too. “We touched on IRAs in macroeconomics, which led to blog ideas,” says Schultz. “And my Negotiations class with Prof. Maurice Schweitzer has provided a wealth of ideas for posts including how we tested out what we learned in class about negotiating prices during our recent international seminar in China. Another topic that originated in class was whether it is legal to get clothes copied in Asia.”

As for balancing the deadlines with school, the San Francisco resident says that her East Coast hours have turned out to work very well with Wharton’s EMBA program. “I have to get my first post in by 7:30 a.m. Pacific Time so I can write before I leave for school. And on other days, it’s like a normal job, but on East Coast time which gives me a few extra hours to focus on school before the West Coast work day ends.”

If you have a personal finance question you’re wondering about, email it to Schultz at: Jennifer.saranowschultz@nytimes.com

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Join Us for a Live Webcast: Meet Faculty, Alumni & Staff
January 6, 2011

Meet and interact with Wharton MBA for Executives professors, alumni, students and admissions staff during our first-ever webcast event, streaming live from both Philadelphia & San Francisco.

Thursday, January 20, 2011
7:00-8:00pm EST / 4:00-5:00pm PST
REGISTER FOR THE WEBCAST

Get a Taste of the Classroom Experience
Live from Philadelphia: Vice Dean Anjani Jain asks faculty about their experience teaching in the program, including current topics from recent classes. 

David Bell, Professor of Marketing
Peggy Bishop Lane, Professor of Accounting
Witold Henisz, Professor of Management 

Meet Admissions Staff
Live from San Francisco:  Vice Dean Anjani Jain introduces members of the Admissions Committee, including Bernadette Birt, COO of Wharton | San Francisco and Cathy Molony, Director of Admissions, Wharton MBA Program for Executives.

Interact with Students and Alumni
Live from both Philadelphia & San Francisco:  Alumni and students share their stories about the benefits, both personal and professional, of the Wharton MBA degree.

The webcast will include forums for posting questions as you watch.  We hope you'll join us!

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Wharton Executive MBA Program Helps Alumnus Turn Loss of Company into “Sweet” Opportunity
December 8, 2010

When Emir Kiamilev entered Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives at Wharton | San Francisco in 2005, he was running a successful tea company in Uzbekistan with yearly revenue of $7 million.  His goal was to learn how to successfully expand the company into other regions not only to grow the business, but also to mitigate the risks of political instability in Uzbekistan.

At first, everything was going according to plan. He based his family in San Diego where his parents lived and commuted to Uzbekistan once a quarter to apply the knowledge he learned in school.  He even used the tea business as the subject of a consulting project in one of his classes.

But in his second year, the worst case scenario happened – he lost the company due to political instability.  “In those countries, it’s hard to finance anything so it was a cash-based business in which we reinvested all profits.  I was married with three kids, but had no income and we were really down to nothing.  I got loans for school, but our whole lifestyle changed overnight.”

The “up side” at the time, he says, was the fact that he was in school and could access Wharton’s extensive network and dedicated career management resources.    After meeting representatives from Mattel, Inc., he was offered a position as a finance manager.  “I was excited because I wanted to come into a consumer products company and learn how Fortune 500 companies do business in corporate America,” says Kiamilev.

Kiamilev and his wife shared an entrepreneurial spirit and also wanted to start up a business.  Attending several gourmet food shows, they decided their market niche would be in confectionaries so they took online classes on topics such as how to make chocolate and even flew to Paris for lessons from a high-end chocolatier.

Ultimately, they decided to focus on caramels and in 2009, with $50,000 from friends and family, they launched Amella.  Their artisan cocoa butter caramels are now in more than 200 stores and high-end hotels and the couple hopes to break even by the end of 2010.

Kiamilev says, “It would have been much harder to start over without my Wharton education.  I’ve seen other friends go through similar situations and they could not recover.  But because of Wharton, I have the tools, knowledge and network to one day be bigger than I was in Uzbekistan.  The executive MBA program opened a lot of doors and is helping me be a better businessman.”

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Wharton MBA Exec Alumnus Talks about Commuting to School from Moscow
September 28, 2010

Igor Taber never thought too much about what his commute would be like to Wharton’s MBA for Executives Program in San Francisco. After all, his assignment for Intel Corp. in Moscow was scheduled to end soon after school began and he’d be living back in the Bay Area. But two months into the program, that all changed when he took a new job as investment director at Intel Capital and moved back to Moscow.

Having graduated this past May, we asked Igor to share his thoughts on what it was like commuting from Russia every other weekend. Here’s what he had to say:

“One of the main reasons I wanted to pursue an MBA was to move from a business development role into VC and private equity so when I was offered the job of investment director -- working with VC and private equity type of investments in Russia -- I didn’t want to turn it down.

Taking the job meant transferring to Wharton’s Philadelphia campus in order to shorten the commute and even then I was facing a 16-hour commute -- on a good day without any snow or volcano delays. I actually did consider deferring school since my wife and I thought it would be a little crazy to do that commute for two years. On the other hand, I didn’t want to give up something I had already started and I really wanted to earn my MBA from Wharton.

So I took the job and stayed in school. My typical schedule involved catching a flight from Moscow on Thursday morning with a connection somewhere in Europe or Washington, DC. I’d arrive in Philadelphia around 5:00 p.m. that same Thursday because of the time difference. Going back, I’d leave Saturday night after classes and get home by Sunday evening.

I joked with my classmates that having so much down time to study on an airplane might give me an unfair advantage, but I learned that you can’t spend an entire flight studying. Instead, I balanced out studying with sleeping and unwinding by watching movies.

As for my study group, it wasn’t that big of a deal for me to be in Russia because we did so much work online and through conference calls. Most people work in global organizations and have colleagues in various parts of the world and in different time zones so it wasn’t that novel of a situation to anyone.

A bigger challenge, aside from being gone from the office so much, was being away from my wife. The closer I got to graduation, the harder it was to get on that plane because the finish line was so near and the commute was so long. 

Another challenge was jetlag. Getting together with classmates on Friday evenings is just as big a part of the program as projects and classes, but unfortunately Friday night was when jet lag would usually hit.  Sometimes, I forced my way through it, but other times I simply went to bed.

However, looking back, it was all worthwhile.  I wouldn’t have done that commute for your average MBA program, but given all the benefits of Wharton and its international reputation, it was worth it. I’ve gained an ability to ask critical questions and look at things from a different perspective, which are important for a VC. Add to that the Wharton network not only around the world, but here in Moscow as well, and the benefits are huge.

And I gained quite a few frequent flier miles. A running joke with my classmates was that by the time I graduated, I had flown so many miles that I could have gone to the moon and back!”

Thanks to Igor for sharing his experience. We hope he uses some of those frequent flier miles to come back and visit us soon!

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Wharton’s New Executive Leadership Program Director Plans New Ventures
September 23, 2010

As director of Leadership and Management Programs at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and a senior lecturer at Columbia University, Lt. Colonel Todd Henshaw has taught leadership for more than a decade. During that time, he started learning more about Wharton’s leadership programs by teaching Executive Education courses and participating in Leadership Center programs. He even spoke at Wharton’s annual Leadership Conference.

Fortunately, he was so impressed by what he saw at Wharton that he decided to come on board after he retired from the military. Now, as director of Wharton’s Executive Leadership Program, he’s assessing and enhancing many of the leadership offerings for our MBA Exec students. To learn more about what he has in store for us, we asked him to share his thoughts on Wharton’s Leadership Program and his plans for the coming year. Here’s what he said:

“I’ve always been interested in working with leadership programs that I consider to be cutting edge. The program at Wharton is probably the best leadership program associated with an MBA in the U.S. and I say that based on the way it engages students and teaches and embraces leadership in different ways. It’s a comprehensive approach that is more than just a single course or coaching.

That said, there is still room to grow and I find that exciting. The first thing I will do is a needs assessment and that means talking to faculty, administrators, students, and alumni about what leadership looks like at the executive level. Executive MBA students need to be prepared for their current roles as well as their future roles as senior-level leaders. And within the EMBA classes, students are quite diverse, ranging from CEOs and entrepreneurs to vice presidents and senior managers. I need to design a program that works for everyone, but also allows tailoring to meet individual needs.

Students in an executive MBA program are typically expected to lead, but leadership isn’t something they’ve necessarily had a lot of instruction in. So when they are at Wharton, we want to prepare them for higher levels of responsibility with a grounding in leadership education and theoretical knowledge that they can apply to their own experiences.

In conjunction with classes, a way to achieve that is through experiential learning opportunities that we call the Wharton Leadership Ventures. The power of the ventures is taking people out of their normal routine and dropping them into a different context where the focus is on learning without distractions. Most people say these are life changing types of experiences. If they have a good learning experience, people tend to leave thinking differently about themselves, their organizations, and their roles as leaders.

I want to find out what types of Leadership Ventures might be best suited for an executive audience. I just took a group of Wharton executive MBA alumni on the Normandy Leadership Experience where we visited battlefields like Omaha Beach and talked about what happened there -- actually seeing how it looked at low tide. I want to design more experiential learning programs for EMBA students and alumni that meet their specific goals and objectives.

There are many great things going on at Wharton and the School definitely has the most progressive leadership program that I’ve seen at a business school in the U.S. I don’t want to reinvent the wheel, but rather make positive changes to ensure that our executive MBA students have the best experience possible.”

We welcome Todd to Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives and look forward to new Leadership Ventures and Experiences!

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