Mark A. Mone
Associate Dean, Executive Programs
Lubar Hall N458
“Over the years we’ve found an excellent convergence between these two paths. Students in our EMBA program often come back to us and ask us to create special programs for the ongoing education and development of the people in their organizations. At other times, students who have experienced the excellence of UWM Executive Programs return to delve deeply into management education by enrolling in and completing the two-year Executive MBA experience.”
A Message from Mark Mone, Associate Dean, on Executive Education AlternativesIn its EMBA and Executive Program functions, UWM’s Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business provides powerful pathways for the development of executive leaders and managers.
The first path is our Executive MBA Program. In 1974 we were the first in Wisconsin to offer an Executive MBA. Today we’re more dedicated than ever to continuing the excellence of our EMBA tradition. More than 800 students have taken part in the program since its inception. Our EMBA emphasizes the integration of theory and practical skills. It continues to stimulate discovery in the classroom. The curriculum is demanding; and our faculty has an excellent reputation. Our professors understand the intimate connection between business and society and help our EMBA students master and use those connections as they plan and execute strategic visions for tomorrow.
The second path is custom UWM Executive Programs. We work with a wide variety of Southeastern Wisconsin’s largest and most innovative and successful organizations to identify, customize and deliver specific programs to meet the unique management and leadership development needs of their executives and executives-to-be.
Our flagship program, the Strategic Leadership Series (SLS) , brings together executive teams from a variety of area companies. It offers eight days of intense education and development spread over a September through April timeframe. Topics include strategy, leadership, communication, marketing, technology, finance and operations.
You’ll find links to each of these learning and development paths in the column to the left. I encourage you to explore both educational alternatives and explore how the research and teaching capabilities of the faculty and staff of UWM can help empower better results for your own organization.
If I can be of assistance in any way, you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me (414) 229-4355. All of us on the EMBA / Executive Program team here at UWM look forward to meeting and working with you.