Why Darden GEMBA
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.
Videos: Developing the Enterprise Perspective
Hunter Trumbo, EMBA Class of 2012, talks about how Darden's emphasis on the
CEO's enterprise perspective helped make him a more effective manager and
Aaron Fernstrom, GEMBA Class of 2015, discusses how Darden's "Enterprise Perspective" course was immediately applicable in his role as a venture capitalist.
In the following video, Professor Paul Simko talks about the benefits
experienced managers receive by getting an MBA through Darden's EMBA or GEMBA
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Lewis Prebble, GEMBA Class of 2013, and Yiorgos Allayannis, associate dean of GEMBA, talk about the strengths of the Global Executive MBA format.
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