Innovative New Programs at TCU Neeley Executive Education

The exceptional learning opportunities provided by the TCU Neeley School of Business have recently expanded through the addition of two new programs at TCU Neeley Executive Education. Beginning Fall 2015, Neeley will be introducing the Adaptive Leader Certificate and Supply Chain Innovation Incubator, in addition to the increasingly popular Professional Land Management Program.

The Adaptive Leader Certificate will be a 10-week program led in part by Jim Roach, the executive director of TCU Neeley Executive Education. This course will also include one-on-one mentoring opportunities for the students to meet with their professors. The Supply Chain Innovation Incubator will be a four-day program offering incubator workshops that will focus on issues specific to your organization.

Past programs have included the recent four-day Institute for Independent School Leadership, which invited 19 leaders from Fort Worth Country Day and Trinity Valley schools to build new skills and relationships. Another recent program, the Cook Children’s Advancing Health Care Leadership Program, connected Neeley business professors with pediatric physicians at Cook Children’s to enrich their business and leadership skills.

Other exciting upcoming programs include the Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Project, which will be funded through a $2.5 million HRSA federal grant. This program will allow TCU Neeley Executive Education to collaborate with local medical schools to improve care for older adults.



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