AMP Warsaw Class Graduates < Back
Today, 38 high-level executives will receive diplomas after completing IESE's Advanced Management Program (AMP) Warsaw. The class includes professionals from a wide range of sectors such as finance, insurance, IT, retail and public administration. The program, which is aimed at executives in Poland, takes place over seven months and includes sessions in Warsaw and Barcelona.
Now in its sixth year, the AMP Warsaw is designed to meet the specific needs of Polish business enterprises in a fast-changing European and global context. The intensive program begins with a 1-week residential module in Barcelona, with core sessions held in Warsaw. It culminates with a final module in Barcelona and the program's graduation ceremony.
The program covers critical general management topics, while helping executives expand their knowledge of global business trends and sharpen their leadership skills. Participants are top-tier managers who have at least seven years of mangerial experience and an average age of 44. They are fluent in English and hold positions such as CEO, General Manager or Vice President.
The director of the AMP Warsaw is Radoslaw Koszewski.