AMP Warsaw Delivers Impact

Program features intensive modules in Barcelona and Warsaw



IESE's Advanced Management Program Warsaw started this week on the school's Barcelona campus, with the participation of executives reflecting diverse business sectors. This year's cohort includes 32 CEOs, managers and board members whose average age is 40.

The AMP Warsaw is a specially tailored version of IESE's hallmark AMP for executives in Poland and the surrounding region. Designed to make a high impact on professionals, the program has an international general management focus, with a special emphasis on leadership skills and business ethics. During the AMP Warsaw, executives cover a host of critical topics, including finance, marketing, decision analysis and global economics.

In addition, the AMP offers an exceptional opportunity to network with other seasoned professionals in Central Europe in order to gain knowledge and insights.

The program's convenient format enables participants to combine the learning experience with their professional responsibilities. Held over 6 months, the AMP Warsaw features an opening module held at IESE's Barcelona campus, Oct. 22-25, followed by intervening modules held in Warsaw on the following dates in 2012: November 21-22, December 12-13, 2012; and in 2013, January 9-10, January 23-24 , February 20-21, March 6-7, and March 20-21. The program will close with a final residential module in Barcelona April 22-26, 2013. The director of the AMP Warsaw is Radosław Koszewski.

For more information on the program, visit AMP Warsaw.