Examples from our current offering.
Focuses on the particular challenges that arise within industrial enterprises where e.g. raw material, components, subsystems, software and knowledge are transformed into a variety of products, systems, solutions and services. The program starts 22 August and is given in English.
We address strategies, methods and approaches that are directly applicable for you and your company to tackle the digital transition and remain strategically relevant. The course is given in Swedish.
The question is not IF acknowledged business models will become outdated, it is rather WHEN. But there are routes to take – and in this training we explore them and learn how to find them.
This executive course is designed for management in businesses with operations in China. The purpose is to provide a profound understanding of the dynamic, diverse and challenging Chinese market in order to better develop, manage, control and support Chinese operations. The course is given on 21-23 November, in English.
The purpose of this two-day executive course is to contribute to a significant improvement in your company’s profitability by promoting unique value-based offerings, bolder value-based pricing and successful value-based sales. The course is given on 23-24 November, in English.
We offer open-enrolment executive programs and customized programs. We also offer shorter trainings and development groups focusing on a theme.
Our open-enrolment programs are designed for senior managers and officers within selected groups of businesses with common business interests. The programs consistently relate to your core business and its specific challenges. At the same time you get impulses from other businesses and industries and gain new contacts. We also provide customized programs.
Our trainings and groups focus on thematic challenges and run over a couple of days. The trainings emphasize specific know-how that you can apply on a current challenge. Within the groups the process of creating a genuine understanding of the challenge and developing a solution is emphasized, although the theme is also explored theoretically.
About KTH Executive School
We boost the ability of senior managers to develop and implement new businesses, new strategies and new ways to operate. Our starting point is a profound understanding of your business logic and we particularly address technology shifts and other major game changer in your business environment. We deliver the know-how, the wide-ranging perspective and the inspiration you need to ensure the competitiveness of your business.More about us
When it comes to the development of the company’s business and strategy as well as understanding of the business environment, the Executive Program in Industrial Management gives valuable input and findings. The program provides a genuine in-depth examination of the strategic business decisions in manufacturing companies.Henrik Henriksson — CEO, Scania CV
One of the main strengths of this program is that executives from different business types and sectors take part together. Initially, that creates a challenge in understanding each other's working conditions and perspectives, but parallels and likenesses become apparent, creating many revelations. The Executive Program in Sustainable Urban Systems has given me new methods and models I can use in my daily work.Catarina Nauclér — Research and Development Manager, Fortum
The mix of participants on the Executive Program in Consultancy Management was perfect. Everyone within the same business logic with basically the same problems. But thanks to a broad industry perspective there were few actual competitors, which allowed openness and sharpness in our discussions and teamwork. I gained a wider contact network and greater insight - something I have benefitted from enormously.Bent Johanneson — former CEO, Ramböll Sverige AB
The engagement and knowledge of the faculty during the Executive Program in Infra Service Management contributed to exciting discussions and thought-provoking exercises. I also gained many new tools to use, new knowledge and got time to reflect and thereby find ways to develop the business.Birgitta Simonsson — former CEO, Bankgirot