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Choosing an executive education program

Jaclyn Jaeger | December 4, 2017

At a time when the regulatory environment is growing more complex and companies keep making headlines for corporate governance failures, knowing how to spot risk and avoid ethical and compliance lapses to protect assets and reputation are skills that have become more important than ever.

Today, many finance, audit, risk, and compliance executives are increasingly turning to executive education programs to hone their skills, learn specific topics in-depth, and all while getting to network with, and learn from, like-minded peers.

But an executive education program can be costly and takes a certain level of personal commitment. Thus, it’s important that prospective applicants first answer several key questions before investing time and dollars into any executive education program. What do you hope to get out of the program? How relevant is the program to the business goals of the company? Does the program appropriately fit the job role and development goals of the...

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