The program is designed for carefully selected promising mid-and-late-career executives with substantial experience in management.
The typical class has representatives from firms of various sizes—from leading multinational corporations to small businesses—and from public and non-profit organizations.
This diversity creates a stimulating learning environment. Over the years, the student body has included participants representing a wide variety of nationalities. We aim to maximize regional business opportunities—each class comprises a number of Palestinian executives as well as executives from other countries in the region and around the world. A typical class profile includes up to 25% non-Israelis.
Executive MBA students are able to apply their newfound skills and ideas in their workplace while studying.
Deep learning through teamwork
With its emphasis on achievement through collaboration, the Kellogg-Recanati program emphasizes teamwork as an essential part of the Executive MBA experience. In general, each class is organized in groups of four to five students who meet to discuss current coursework.
Study groups are designed to maximize the diversity of skills found among teammates and create opportunities for peer learning. Before the second year the groups are reshuffled.
The study group experience is further enhanced during the global elective weeks, when groups comprise participants from all the programs in the global network. This is an exceptional opportunity to collaborate and connect with talented fellow executives from different backgrounds and geographies and to broaden your perspective. It is the kind of exposure that can allow participants to look at issues from new angles, reflect on their management approach, see opportunities in a whole new light, and apply newfound skills and ideas in their workplace while studying. It also effortlessly creates deep interpersonal friendships that lead to global business opportunities.