Most business challenges involve several functional units within a company. They cross the value chain and often span the globe. Darden’s Global MBA for Executives curriculum is designed to help you develop an enterprise perspective — to help you lead, act and communicate with an understanding of how all areas of an enterprise interrelate and how different cultural contexts affect business operations.To develop a broadened perspective, class conversations are often guided by more than one professor. The discussions illustrate how points of view between disciplines may interact and even conflict. This big-picture thinking is one reason Financial Times named Darden the #1 business school in the world in general management.Leading Across Teams With a CEO’s Perspective Hunter Trumbo, EMBA Class of 2012, discusses how the program has helped him and his company be more proactive.Developing Leaders in Darden's Global MBA for Executives Dana McNamara, GEMBA Class of 2014, discusses how the program impacted her role at Sands Capital Management.Enterprise Perspective in Darden's Global Executive MBA Aaron Fernstrom, GEMBA Class of 2015, discusses how Darden's "Enterprise Perspective" course was immediately applicable in his role as a venture capitalist.Why Experienced Managers Should Consider a Darden executive MBA Professor Paul Simko talks about the benefits experienced managers receive by getting an MBA through Darden's EMBA or GEMBA programs.