Learn more about our client successes by viewing just two of many Eller Executive Education success stories.
With an increasingly competitive environment, Roche was interested in providing foundational skills in marketing, finance, and decision making to its scientists and engineers located across the globe to drive greater innovation and effective execution with the strategic goal of becoming a personalized healthcare provider. Our faculty delivered across a variety of platforms and delivery methods that enabled Roche’s talent to reach outcomes:
As a result of this training, Roche scientists and engineers were able to factor issues such as market segmentation and return on investment into their R&D activities.
Talent in the Middle East is in short supply and DP World was painfully aware of the need to develop its next generation of homegrown leaders. The organization wanted these leaders to be exposed to the difficulties of a complex world – not shielded in a classroom on an academic campus – so they could become sophisticated global leaders just like their Fortune 50 clients and peers. A variety of learning methods were employed to accomplish this goal and help participants reach outcomes that include:
The program has had a profound impact on the lives of the participants and, in the words of the Vice President of Human Resources at DP World, “we expected the WOW factor, but we never expected that our executives would come back transformed.”
While employees achieved operational excellence in production and maintenance at Sid Richardson, they needed to build leadership capabilities to successfully navigate the dramatically changing business environment that included fluctuations in commodity prices, constantly evolving regulations, overseas competitors, and a changing workforce.
Through a rigorous needs assessment, our faculty created a customized learning experience for these executives that allowed them to:
The inaugural leadership program was followed up by a subsequent program and additional consulting engagements between Eller faculty and Sid Richardson.