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THE CHICAGO BOOTH A C C E L E R AT E D DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2009

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General management essentials taught in a highly accessible format by leading Chicago Booth professors in the city of London


For more than 100 years, Chicago Booth has been a leader and innovator in business research and education. We have been teaching executives longer than any other business school.

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to offer a PhD in business

The Nobel Wall on the London campus honors the achievements of some of the University’s greatest minds.

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to offer an executive MBA program

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to create an applied leadership effectiveness and development course for MBA students

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business school to establish permanent campuses on three continents: Asia (Singapore), Europe (London), and North America (downtown Chicago and historic Hyde Park)

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business school in the world with six Nobel Prize-winning professors, including two who currently teach: Gary S. Becker, Professor of Economics and Sociology, and Robert W. Fogel, Charles R. Walgreen Distinguished Service Professor of American Institutions


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The knowledge you need, in a format you want Critical insight and latest thinking delivered in five, three-day modules over five months. As a senior functional manager ready to take that next step in your career, you need access to the latest thinking and tools to competitively position yourself and your business — for today and for the future. You also need to focus on daily operations. How do you gain the critical insight you need without taking too much time away from work? The University of Chicago Booth School of Business offers a powerful solution: The Accelerated Development Program (ADP). ADP presents highlights of our best programs in a modular format that minimizes disruptions to daily life and career — and maximizes opportunities to gain a competitive advantage for your company and for yourself.

The Classroom Advantage You will learn general management essentials taught by world-renowned faculty from one of the most prestigious and highly acclaimed business schools. Participants also learn from each other. From the first session, you will have the opportunity to apply new concepts to your company’s challenges and then confer with the professors and your peers about the results at later sessions. ADP provides a forum to share business problems and craft solutions, to learn the necessary skills to address whatever issue may arise.

ADP Module Dates and Fee September 10–12, 2009 October 8–10, 2009 November 12–14, 2009 November 30– December 2, 2009 January 11–13, 2010 The fee is £12,500 To learn more about the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program from the program director and program staff, join us for an evening information session and reception. For dates and locations of the information sessions, call +44 (0) 207 070 2200 or check online at www.adp.chicagoexec.net

“ I am responsible for risk management for my company and as such I live a busy life, with very little time to widen my capabilities in other areas of management. The Chicago Booth ADP was the answer. The five sessions, one every four weeks, in a convenient London location, allowed me to maintain my day-to-day responsibilities whilst covering many of the topics that are relevant to company management. Chicago Booth offers excellent teachers, good material to work with, and lots of new ideas to be put into practice by my company and the industry in general. The faculty is first class and stimulating; new topics can be easily understood and those you are already familiar with become clearer and evident when discussed in class.” — Jaime Roman, Risk Managing Director, Endesa, Madrid

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Kisoo Park, Vice President/Manager, Bank of Montreal, and Julie Coletti, Assistant General Counsel and Vice President for Market Development, Strategic Energy, LLC

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Chicago Booth: The best source for effective business education Why invest in a Chicago Booth education? Chicago Booth is a top-ranked school that produces top-ranked leaders. In BusinessWeek’s biennial ranking of business schools in 2008, Chicago Booth ranked No. 1. In 2008, the Financial Times ranked Booth’s nondegree executive education No. 6 in the world. In Forbes’ 2002 list of America’s top 500 companies, those led by Chicago Booth alumni ranked highest in performance based on total shareholder return. Across the world, we’re consistently on top. Among our 42,000-plus alumni, 4,750 are CEOs or other high-ranking officers in their companies. Chicago Booth gives you access to cutting-edge research. Our faculty redefined the science of the stock market, originated the study of modern finance, pioneered database marketing, and defined the concept of social capital. With research centers dedicated to entrepreneurship, marketing, price theory, the reciprocal effects of politics and the economy, global financial markets, populations economics, and decision research, Chicago Booth continues to shape the way the world does business.

Chicago Booth features highly regarded professors with real-world expertise. Our faculty collaborate and consult with firms, serve on corporate boards, and start their own companies. They are sought out for expert analysis and advice by government and business leaders worldwide. Because our professors teach a masterful mix of theory and application, you can start applying what you learn from day one. Chicago Booth teaches you an approach to problem solving that will positively affect every aspect of your career — and your life. We teach you to question assumptions, separate fact from fiction, analyze information, anticipate needs, and creatively craft the best solutions — and to recognize when it’s time to reevaluate. When you choose to advance your education through the Accelerated Development Program, you learn what others long have known: Chicago Booth is the best source in the world for serious, effective business education.

“ The ADP covers many interesting and important aspects of business management, thus enabling me to better understand my own business environment. The ADP does this in an intellectually stimulating manner, in five modules of three days each, which is manageable in terms of being achievable whilst not interfering with your day job which, after all, continues while you are doing the course.” — Jon Boot, Senior Legal Advisor, Premier Oil plc, London

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Laura Barker, Vice President, BridgePoint Technologies, and Jeffrey Ivanoff, Vice President Manufacturing, Means Industries.

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The Chicago Accelerated Development Program is designed to provide maximum exposure to key business concepts and strategies in an intensive format. Varied learning. Maximum return. Faculty members present topics in a variety of formats, including lectures, case studies, and small group discussions, using a range of audio-visual media. Each participant receives a comprehensive manual that includes course materials, cases, and other readings that serve as a desktop reference guide for the future and will continue to provide returns on your educational investment.

Participants will: n Develop a comprehensive understanding and gain insight into the critical functional areas within a company. n Learn how to manage across functional areas and lead cross-functional teams. n Strengthen strategic decision-making skills and enhance strategic thinking. n Build and learn to shape organizational culture and structures that create value.

Who Should Attend This program is designed for executives who are responsible for key organizational activities but who need to develop a wider general management perspective outside their traditional area of control and expertise. The ADP is designed to provide maximum exposure to key business concepts and strategies in an intensive format. Candidates should have at least 10 years of business experience with a significant portion of that in a managerial or leadership capacity.

n Network and establish long-term relationships with key executives from other organizations. n Learn strategic tools and techniques to manage future growth. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program certificate from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. With no exams or grades to prepare for, the Accelerated Development Program allows you to maximize your time spent on the learning experience, even if it has been years since you took a seat in a classroom.

“ Since time is such a precious commodity, the ADP provides an organized, focused, module format which builds upon fundamentals, whilst also providing scope for more detailed learning. I had heard about Chicago Booth’s reputation as one of the world’s top business schools, and I had the chance to experience that firsthand. Not only did I learn from world class professors, but I was also surrounded by a diverse group of students, several of whom I am discussing opportunities with. Without reservation, I would recommended ADP to fellow GE colleagues.” — Michael Siurek, New Markets Business Development, GE Capital - Europe

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ADP Sessions The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program covers the essential fundamentals of business: accounting, finance, management, marketing, strategy, leadership, and decision making. While there are no exams, participants are expected to read course materials, prepare for each session, and actively participate in class discussion. Course topics are presented in the following modules.

Tentative Schedule MORNING SESSION

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Financial Accounting and Analysis

Friday, September 11, 2009

Financial Accounting and Analysis

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Financial Accounting and Analysis

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Financial Accounting and Analysis Strategic Marketing

Friday, October 9, 2009

Strategic Marketing

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Strategic Marketing

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Executive Leadership

Competitive Strategy

Friday, November 13, 2009

Competitive Strategy

Executive Leadership

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Competitive Strategy

Monday, November 30, 2009

Strategic Marketing

Managerial Finance

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Managerial Finance

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Managerial Finance

Monday, January 11, 2010

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AFTERNOON SESSION

Managerial Finance Strategic Business Leadership

Tuesday January 12, 2010

Strategic Business Leadership

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Strategic Business Leadership

Strategic Business Leadership

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Financial Accounting Participants will explore the impact of accounting choices on external financial reporting and examine the role of financial statement analysis in the evaluation of the firm and in the prediction of its future condition. Topics include: n Accrual accounting and cash flows n Revenue recognition and accounting choices and estimates n Off-balance sheet financing, intangible assets, and contingent liabilities n Financial statement analysis, forecasting, and working capital management Strategic Business Leadership This module will provide a framework for identifying opportunities and mobilizing resources to create value. Managers will learn how to bring people together from diverse functional groups or lines of business to effectively execute strategic initiatives. Topics include: n Defining and building social capital for competitive advantage n How to manage dual leadership roles to increase efficiencies and create value n Designing high performance teams n Creativity and framing ideas for buying and getting the job done Competitive Strategy This module explores competitive decision making based on concepts from microeconomics and industrial organization. Participants will learn strategic tools for immediate application to their business. Topics include: n Industry economics and the determinants of industry-wide profitability n Factors affecting firm strategy and profitability n Game theory and competitor analysis n Firm and industry dynamics

Strategic Marketing Strategic marketing involves which customers your organization should serve, which products and services it should offer them, and how. This session is intended to describe the philosophy that underlies the proper practice of marketing. It will also develop an analytical framework for these decisions that permits managers to maximize their organization’s return on marketing expenditures. Topics include: n Developing market place position not readily duplicated by competitors n Marketing strategy and the firm’s distinctive skills and resources n Understanding why the best plans go awry n Management misunderstanding and misapplication of marketing strategy n Combating organizational resistance Managerial Decision Analytics Introduces analytical tools used to examine business decisionmaking under conditions of uncertainty. Topics include goals of the firm, decision criteria, analysis and estimation of demand, production and costs, and pricing to achieve the firm’s objectives under a variety of market conditions. Integrates economic reasoning with statistical techniques, the time value of money and concepts from other business disciplines, and applies these to a variety of contemporary problems. Topics include: n Review of basic economic and financial terms and concepts used in business decisions, including marginal analysis, ratio analysis, time value of money, moral hazard, and adverse selection n Demand analysis, elasticities, forecasting tools and techniques, pricing policies, and strategies n Production analysis, economies of scale and scope, and exit and entry considerations n Cost concepts and analysis, opportunity cost, and break even analysis n Inventory management, inventory turnover, and economic order quantity

Managerial Finance This module offers a financial approach to managerial decision making and will increase participants’ comprehension of current analytical practices and techniques. Issues involving financing decisions, investment decisions, mergers and acquisitions, and financial restructuring are discussed within the context of a firm’s overall strategic objectives.

Executive Leadership Through a 360-degree assessment and discussions, participants will explore their leadership style and develop plans for addressing their key development needs.

Topics include: n Capital markets and the corporate manager

n How to make meaningful and sustainable changes in leadership behavior

Topics include: n What followers want in a leader n The most common leadership challenges

n Investment and financing decisions — assessing the financing strategy for the firm n Net present value and discounted cash flow analysis n Risk and return and asset pricing ■

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ADP Faculty ADP faculty include some of the most highly acclaimed professors within Chicago Booth. You will have an opportunity to discuss issues with professors who are frequently quoted in the international business press. Our professors are world-class researchers and among the best teachers; they are also active consultants and are frequently called upon for their expertise. They offer a blend of academic excellence, exceptional scholarship, real-world relevance, and practical application that provides participants with unparalleled opportunity.

Jeffrey J. Anderson Associate Dean Leadership Development The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Jeff Anderson joined the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in January 2007. In this role, he has responsibility for the Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) program, as well as other leadership development activities for full-time MBA students. Mr. Anderson is also a partner and co-founder of The Chatham Group, an association of executive coaching professionals with many years of experience as senior business leaders. The Chatham Group helps its clients use new or enhanced leadership behaviors to successfully deal with their real-time business issues. Previously, he spent 17 years with RR Donnelley & Sons Company. As the global head of corporate development, Mr. Anderson built a team that led the organization’s strategic planning efforts and completed more than 40 acquisitions and joint ventures throughout North America, South America, and Europe. During his tenure, he also held a variety of corporate finance roles, served as the head of a $100 million manufacturing operation, and was the president of European Operations. Mr. Anderson received a BA in economics and accounting from Carthage College and an MBA from The University of Chicago. Ray Ball Sidney Davidson Professor of Accounting The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Ray Ball, a Chicago Booth faculty member since 2000, studies corporate disclosure, earnings and stock prices, international accounting, the Australian economy and share market, and market efficiency and investment strategies. He is coauthor of “An Empirical Evaluation of Accounting Income Numbers,” an article published

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in the Journal of Accounting Research in 1968 that won the American Accounting Association’s inaugural award for seminal contributions in account literature. This article revolutionized the understanding of the impact of corporate disclosure on share prices, and of earnings releases in particular. It laid the foundation for much of the modern accounting literature. Professor Ball is editor of the Journal of Accounting Research, associate editor of the Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, and a member of the editorial board of the European Accounting Review. He serves on the Advisory Group for the Financial Reporting Faculty of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and on the Shadow Financial Regulation Committee. Ronald Burt Hobart W. Williams Professor of Sociology and Strategy The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Ronald Burt is the Hobart W. Williams Professor of Sociology and Strategy at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In addition to teaching courses in Chicago Booth MBA programs, Professor Burt teaches Strategic Leadership, a capstone course in Chicago’s Executive Education programs. Past positions held by Dr. Burt include the Shell Professor of Human Resources at the Institute Européen d’Administration d’Affaires (INSEAD), 1998-2001; director of Raytheon’s Leadership Institution, 2000-2003; and vice president of strategic learning, Raytheon Company, 2001-2003, with the broad task of establishing a Leadership Institute to enhance the strategic thinking of middle and senior managers in a collaborative network across the company. He previously held full-time appointments at the University of California – Berkeley and Columbia University. Dr. Burt’s consulting, research, and teaching concern the social structure of competitive advantage. Applications focus on manager networks and the


network structure of market profits. Recent research and teaching materials can be downloaded from the Chicago Booth website at http://faculty. ChicagoBooth.edu/ronald.burt/teaching/ He obtained his PhD in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1977. Kathleen Fitzgerald Adjunct Assistant Professor The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Kathleen Fitzgerald is known at the University of Chicago as a superb educator. She teaches pre-MBA accounting and analytical methods at Chicago Booth and financial accounting at the University of Chicago Law School. She is the only global director of academic support at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in London and Singapore, a position in which she prepares members of the Executive MBA program for the rigors of Chicago’s quantitative approach to finance, economics, statistics, and marketing. Ms. Fitzgerald brings an array of experience as an educator and a practitioner to the classroom. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 1990 and a master’s degree in accounting in 1994. She passed the Unified CPA examination in 1994 and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago. In her spare time, she has taught federal taxation at the University of Massachusetts, accounting at the U.S. Business School in Prague, corporate finance and money and banking at the European University in Barcelona, management at the CIEE in Barcelona, and a CPA Review course for Person Wolinksy, Inc. Her professional experience includes the audit and tax departments at Ernst & Young, LLP and the forensic accounting group at Chicago Partners, LLC. Luis Garicano Executive Education Faculty Member The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Luis Garicano studies the theoretical and empirical approaches to the economics of organization. In particular, he is interested in the organization of knowledge and consequences for organizational design and the labour market. Additionally, he is interested in industrial organization, labour economics, strategy, and law and

economics. His research has earned him a fellowship from the Centre for Economic Policy Research in London, as well as a Ministry of Foreign Affairs Fellowship in Madrid. Dr. Garicano’s articles have appeared in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, and the Review of Economics and Statistics. He also has worked as an economist for the Commission of the European Union. Professor Garicano earned a PhD and MA in economics and has been assistant, associate and full professor at the University of Chicago and earned an MA in European political economy from the College of Europe (Bruges). Ann McGill Sears Roebuck Professor of General Management, Marketing, and Behavioral Science The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Ann McGill joined the University of Chicago faculty in 1997. She teaches MBA-level classes in marketing management and a doctoral-level marketing workshop. Dr. McGill is the 2005 recipient of the prestigious McKinsey Award for Excellence in Teaching. Her research focuses on consumer and manager decision making with special emphasis on causal explanations, comparative processes, and the use of imagery in product choice. She has published widely in leading journals including the Journal of Consumer Research, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes; Journal of Consumer Psychology; and Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. After earning her doctoral degree in marketing and behavioral science at the University of Chicago, Dr. McGill held faculty positions at New York University and Northwestern University. Kevin Rock Clinical Professor of Finance The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Kevin Rock joined the faculty of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2004. Prior to his appointment, he taught courses in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions at MIT’s Sloan School of Management where he was named Teacher of the Year in 2003, 2000, and 1996.

been on the faculty at both Harvard Business School and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. He received his PhD and MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Kevin Rock conducts research on the structure, behavior, and efficiency of public and private securities markets. He studies privatizations, joint ventures, and the mergers and acquisitions of banks and insurance companies in the developing world and emerging markets. Rock’s research includes “Why New Issues Are Underpriced” in the Journal of Financial Economics, “The Transactions Process and Rational Stock Price Dynamics” with Terry A. Marsh; and “Dividend Policy under Asymmetric Information,” a chapter in “Selected Works of Merton H. Miller: A Celebration of Markets: Volume 1.” Richard Leftwich ADP Faculty Director Deputy Dean for Faculty Fuji Bank and Heller Professor of Accounting and Finance The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Richard Leftwich teaches MBA courses and executive MBA courses in financial statement analysis and investments at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 1994, he received the prestigious McKinsey Award for Excellence in Teaching. Professor Leftwich’s research, teaching, and consulting focus on issues concerning audit qualifications, bond ratings, corporate charter changes, and block trades. He has conducted seminars in finance in Europe and the United States for investment managers and has served as a consultant to commercial banks, investment banks, and insurance companies. Dr. Leftwich holds a PhD in applied economics from the University of Rochester. Before his graduate studies, Dr. Leftwich was an accountant and a financial analyst in Australia. At Chicago Booth Executive Education, Dr. Leftwich teaches in the Finance for Executives, Financial Analysis for Nonfinancial Managers, and the Chicago Management Institute programs.

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Program 2009 Dates and Fee Module Dates September 10 –12, 2009 October 8 –10, 2009 November 12–14, 2009 November 30– December 2, 2009 January 11–13, 2010 Photo: Dan Dry

The fee is £12,500

For more information

The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program convenes for five, three-day modules. Classes meet at the Woolgate Exchange, Chicago Booth’s state-ofthe-art campus located in Basinghall Street in the heart of the city of London and within easy walking distance of numerous hotels, restaurants, and retail shops.

Arnold Longboy Director, Executive Education and Student Recruitment – Europe The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Woolgate Exchange 25 Basinghall Street London EC2V 5HA

The £12,500 fee includes tuition, course materials, continental breakfast, lunches, refreshments, and some dinners. Lodging and transportation costs are not included. Application and admission The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program admissions committee highly recommends that all applicants be supported by their employing organization. The supporter should have a familiarity with the applicant’s background and motivations for attending ADP. Typical supporters include the person to whom the applicant reports, the company’s chief human resources officer, or the head of management and development. Candidates should have at least 10 years of business experience with a significant portion of that experience in a managerial or leadership capacity.

Tel: +44 (0) 207 070 2200 Fax: +44 (0) 207 070 2250 Web site: www.adp.chicagoexec.net E-mail: arnold.longboy@ChicagoBooth.edu

Although not a prerequisite for admission, participants should have a familiarity with basic accounting terms and concepts. Each applicant must submit an application form. To ensure your place in the program and to receive pre-program materials in a timely manner, submit your application by August 13, 2009. Late applications will be considered if space is available. Certification Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program certificate from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Lodging The University of Chicago Booth School of Business reserves a block of rooms at various hotels in close proximity to the campus. Single or double rooms are available at a discounted rate. Participants must directly contact the appropriate hotel at least four weeks prior to the program’s start date. After this time, the hotels cannot guarantee accommodations.

Program cancellation policy Due to the costs of organizing the program, the following cancellation policy is in effect: n Cancellation more than 30 days prior to the program’s start date: £500 n Cancellation within 30 days prior to the program’s start date: 25 percent of program fee No refunds will be given if withdrawal is made after the start of the program. Qualified substitutes for registrants can be accommodated in advance with written notice.

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business reserves the right to change seminar arrangements without notice. This includes, but is not limited to, curriculum, courses, faculty, tuition, fees, policies, and rules.

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Application for Admission The Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program September 10, 2009 – January 13, 2010 The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Fee: £12,500 (Fee does not include room and lodging.)

Application deadline: To ensure your place in the program and to receive pre-program materials in a timely manner, submit your application by August 13, 2009. Late applications will be considered if space is available. For cancellation fees, please see page 12.

Instructions: Please complete, duplicate, and mail or fax this form to:

All fees are due and payable in sterling upon confirmation of admission. Invoices will be sent directly to the participant unless otherwise noted. Fees include tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast, lunches, but do not include lodging.

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Woolgate Exchange, 25 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5HA

For more information call: +44 (0) 207 070 2200 or e-mail exec.ed@ChicagoBooth.edu.

Fax: +44 (0) 207 070 2250

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I f confidential, place in sealed envelope marked “confidential” and attach to application.

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Areas of Previous Experience

Endorsement/Supporter Approval

Please indicate your proficiency in the following areas of management: “High” indicates major job responsibility and/or formal education. “Some” indicates working familiarity. “Little” indicates unfamiliarity.

To be signed by an authorized senior officer who personally knows the candidate and is familiar with the company’s future plans for the candidate.

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Classes are held at Woolgate Exchange, located in the heart of London’s financial district close to the Bank of England.

“ We’ve sent ten employees, nine of whom have MBAs, to Chicago Booth’s general management programs. It’s a good way for senior people in our business units to get broader exposure to other companies – and other countries. Often times, especially if their MBAs are from smaller institutions, their exposure has been limited to local industries. ADP gives them a lot more insights and the opportunity to build relationships with other participants and find out how other companies do things. From my perspective, this broader exposure as well as the knowledge gained from the faculty are the most valuable aspects of the program. It’s a great opportunity for people to develop themselves.” — Shirley J. Whitesell, Vice President-People, AMSTED Industries

“ The combination of the course subjects, the quality of the professors participating, and the high regard in which Chicago Booth is held in the international executive education world, led to my decision to participate in the ADP programme at the London campus. It has given me the tools to be more analytical about my business and the industry in which we operate and the ability to step back from the day to day running of the company and look at where we are and where we are going with a more open and critical eye.” — Mark Smith, Chief Executive, Quercus Publishing Plc, London

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Executive Education The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Woolgate Exchange 25 Basinghall Street London EC2V 5HA Tel: +44 (0) 207 070 2200 www.adp.chicagoexec.net

T HE C HIC A GO BOO TH A C C E L E RAT E D DE V E L OP M E NT P ROGRA M 2009

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General management essentials taught in a highly accessible format by leading Chicago Booth professors in the city of London

For information on all our executive programs, visit chicagoexec.net. Chicago Booth Executive Development Program for managers transitioning to general management Executive MBA Program Offered in Chicago, London, and Singapore, the 21-month Executive MBA Program is designed for experienced managers seeking an intense professional development experience with an international flavor. Special exchange course sessions combine students from all three campuses, providing global exposure. Each campus admits about 88 students who follow a set curriculum as a cohort, developing uniquely strong bonds and a lasting network.

Convenient Location

Classes are held at Woolgate Exchange, conveniently located in the financial district close to the Bank of England.

To learn more about the Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program from the program director and program staff, join us for an evening information session and reception. For dates and locations of the information sessions, call +44 (0) 207 070 2200 or check online at www.adp.chicagoexec.net.

Chicago Booth Accelerated Development Program  

General management essentials taught in a highly accessible format by leading Chicago Booth professors in the city of London.