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Overview

Advanced
Management
Program

Lisbon week: May 9th > 13th 2022
Chicago week: May 30th > June 3rd 2022

 

The Advanced Management Program is a joint venture between CATÓLICA-LISBON (Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics) - Universidade Católica Portuguesa, and Kellogg School of Management - Northwestern University. This program provides senior managers a unique opportunity to benefit from the experience of two schools deeply committed to Executive Education at the highest level of excellence, while being exposed to socio-economic environments, business values, and economic perspectives from both sides of the Atlantic.

CATÓLICA-LISBON is the leading school in Executive Education in Portugal, especially at the most advanced level. Kellogg School of Management is one of the most reputed North American Business Schools, with an exceptional track-record in its Executive Programs. Together, the two schools designed an elite program targeted at top-level executives, with sessions in Lisbon and Chicago. This program provides a 360-degree view of the art and science of management, with emphasis on critical areas for executives at the very top of their organizations.The first nine editions of the program were deemed a great success by their participants, who emphasized that the program combined exposure to new ideas and challenges, teaching excellence, and high-quality discussion in an atmosphere conducive to interaction and collaboration.

The first ten editions of the program were evaluated as a great success by their participants, who emphasized that the program combined exposure to new ideas and challenges, teaching excellence, and high-quality discussion in an atmosphere conducive to interaction and collaboration.

The eleventh edition of the Program will take place in 2021: September 19th - 24th (Lisbon) and October 17th - 22nd (Chicago). Participants come from the highest levels of management, including executive members of the Board. Participants are expected to contribute intensely to classroom debates and should be willing to enrich the quality of the discussion by sharing their experiences, approaches and perspectives.

Sérgio Rebelo

Program Coordinator

Kellogg School of Management, where he has served as Chair of the Finance Department. He has published widely in macroeconomics and international finance and has won numerous research and teaching awards, including Kellogg’s Professor of the Year Award. He has served as a consultant to the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the European Central Bank, the McKinsey Global Institute, and the Global Markets Institute at Goldman Sachs. He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Rochester. He was an undergraduate in Economics at CATÓLICA-LISBON, where he also served as Director of the Finance MBA program.

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Céline Abecassis-Moedas

Program Coordinator

Dean for Executive Education, founder and Academic Director of the Center for Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Associate Professor in Strategy and Innovation Management at CATÓLICA-LISBON. Affiliate Professor at ESCP-Europe, where she is the Academic Director of Lectra Chair “Fashion and Technology”. She is non-executive director of CTT and José de Mello Saúde. Céline worked in Business Development at Lectra in New York and as a Consultant at AT Kearney in London. She holds a PhD in Management from École Polytechnique, Paris and an MA in Management (Université Paris Dauphine). She is a graduate from École Normale Supérieure de Cachan and La Sorbonne in Economics and Management.