Leadership and Change Management SpecializationThe leadership and change management specialization helps students develop their leadership potential and enhance their expertise in managing changing technological, competitive, demographic, and other organizational contingencies. Courses introduce specific concepts, theories, and tools that can assist executives entrusted with the task of leading organizational change. Students develop skills in diagnosing forces of change, developing change strategies, and monitoring the effectiveness of change initiatives. This specialization is particularly useful for those planning careers in general management, consulting, or business development.
Academic Advisor: Professor Anat Lechner, 212-998-0263
Full-Time students who select the Leadership & Change Management specialization must also complete COR1-GB.1302: Leadership in Organizations (or equivalent) in addition to 9.0 credits from the list below.
|Course Number||Course Title|
|BSPA-GB.2176||Corporate Governance & Stakeholder Activism|
|BSPA-GB.2305||Sustainability for Competitive Advantage|
|BSPA-GB.3362||Corporate Turnarounds and Leadership|
|MCOM-GB.2125||Foundations of Business Coaching|
|MGMT-GB.2159||Collaboration, Conflict, and Negotiation|
|MGMT-GB.2160||Advanced Topics in Negotiation|
|MGMT-GB.2161||Negotiating Complex Transactions with Executives and Lawyers|
|MGMT-GB.2327||Managing the Growing Company|
|MGMT-GB.2351||Teaming: the art and science of collaboration|
|MGMT-GB.2375||Advanced Strategy: Tools|
|MGMT-GB.2383||Strategic Talent Management|
|MGMT-GB.3151||Managerial Decision Making|
|MGMT-GB.3165||Power and Professional Influence|
|MGMT-GB.3321||Developing Managerial Skills|
|MGMT-GB.3356||Design Thinking for Managers|
|MGMT-GB.3366||Power and Politics in Organizations|
For course descriptions, please see the Office of Records & Registration website.