University of Georgia Terry College of Business Office of Executive Programs understands that developing human capital and creating innovative processes drive financial performance and increase bottom line results.
We partner with organizations to understand business needs and identify professional development programs that foster leadership, drive innovation and strategy, and promote change. To view a sample of program offerings that address business goals, achieve operational results, and develop organizational talent.
Our programs help companies and their employees address specific business goals by collaborating with faculty and industry experts to create and develop problem-solving solutions.
We provide an end-to-end solution to the performance challenges you face, with the ability to scale, using a five-phase approach to curriculum design.
While each custom program is built from the ground up with every new client, Terry's Custom Program methodology serves as a building block to ensure that the program targets the unique needs of your organization.
The Terry College Office of Executive Programs specializes in the design of executive education custom and certificate programs, conferences, and specialty events for executives and emerging leaders. Our programs help companies and their employees address specific business goals by collaborating with faculty and industry experts to create and develop problem-solving solutions.
Creating results-oriented custom programs begins by leading key stakeholders through an analysis of business needs, and identifying areas of talent development and desired learning outcomes. We then select faculty and practitioners who can develop a program to meet your specific business requirements.
Mike Pfarrer, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs
C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Distinguished Chair of Business Administration
Terry College of Business
Teaching topics include strategy, corporate reputation and celebrity, corporate communications and crisis management, media coverage of corporate behavior, and the role of business in society.