You’re experiencing it firsthand: the business of business is changing rapidly. Every industry and organization is undergoing a seismic shift in how they operate, becoming faster and more connected because of digital technology. You now live, work and compete in an age of digital disruption. So what does that mean for you?
How can you become fluent in the new digitally inspired language of business? How will you gain a more cross-functional management view required to take your organization – and your career – to the next level? And how can you do this while maintaining the high demands of your current job?
The UCI Paul Merage School of Business Executive MBA program is designed for professionals, entrepreneurs and executives pursuing an advanced career path who want to develop agility and learn to think creatively, anticipating challenges and strategic opportunities arising from emerging technologies in the global business environment. Our program maximizes your return on investment by delivering relevant knowledge and skills, valuable connections with peers in other industries and prestigious credentials to accelerate your career.
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