Our triple-accredited status is a result of the quality and high standards of our courses and faculty. This means you can be confident of the high teaching standard you will receive.
Each of the accreditation bodies exists to raise the standards of business education. The accreditation process is rigorous and takes into account all aspects of the Henley experience, including faculty and research.
In order to consider the program to be a worthwhile investment for the company, business leaders and HR professionals need to understand the value of the training, and in particular the return-on-investment (ROI) of an EMBA. Read Juho Toivola´s blog post what are the long term benefits of the investment and how to calculate the actual ROI of EMBA.
The final third of my Henley EMBA journey has now officially kicked off! In the second week of December we spent three days in snowy Helsinki at the new Henley Finland premises. The topic of the workshop was ”Leadership and Change”, and it was delivered by professor Ben Laker. We were challenged to think critically about the leadership practices in our own organizations, and to develop concrete plans on how these practices could be developed.
Henley Executive MBA Elective Week was held by Dr Peter McManners. Read the interesting interview where Pasi Syvänen from Grundium tells how scenario analysis elective gave him tools to test their strategy.