Corporate Relations and Executive Education

Finance

Building Corporate Value and Alignment


Whether competing for funding, anticipating financial trends, or measuring performance in global markets, senior executives must be able to assess the output of financial systems and leverage financial resources for competitive advantage. Drexel LeBow Corporate and Executive Education offers module options as they relate to the organization as a whole — providing participants with the tools to manage financial and marketing resources more effectively.

Leaders need to gain effective strategies for improving the bottom-line and maximizing shareholder value. They need a strong foundation in the understanding of financial statements to assess the financial position of a company, its current success/failure, as well as its future performance. Finally, they need the tools to plan and implement marketing activities.

In our programs, senior LeBow faculty team with industry experts to review the latest techniques for analyzing and valuing financial decisions. Exploring a comprehensive framework, you will be inspired to effectively integrate financing and investment decisions in order to maximize value creation.

Through lectures, cases, simulations, discussions and a review of current research results, you will explore important questions: What investments should you make? What should be divested? What impact will your financing strategy have on your bottom line?

Healthcare Reform: How It Affects Your Organization - Mike Howley

If you want to know what’s happening in healthcare, you have to talk to the people working on the ground on the toughest issues. Drexel LeBow Corporate and Executive Education’s healthcare panel provided just that — a glimpse into what’s going on in the healthcare trenches.

“We’re hearing a lot of political rhetoric about healthcare. But the rhetoric focuses on the rules of the game — how we should structure our healthcare system” Howley says. “What I’m interested in is … we have all of these sick people in the country. And we need to take care of them. So how do we do that?”