We spoke with five of the amazing faculty that will be teaching courses during PDP and asked about their motivation to teach professionals, excitement about the program, and ideas for how to keep participants engaged.
With careful planning, plenty of research, and a solid set of potential benefits, you can secure yourself a way to continue your education and grow your career.
In collaboration with eCornell and Cornell SC Johnson’s executive education program, the Mastercard Foundation Hanga Ahazaza initiative will focus on various content areas and will be taught in a combination of online courses and live, virtual synchronous events with faculty.
Neil Tarallo and Andrew Quagliata discuss why now is the time for innovation in hospitality, and how existing companies can support intrapreneurship.
More than any other aspect of GMP, participants consistently rank their classroom experience at or near the top of the list. Why? When you immerse lifelong learners in the most relevant educational experience they’ve ever had, GMP becomes an investment in yourself.
eCornell’s Women in Leadership certificate program reaches a major milestone, enrolling 1,000 students since it launched in January 2017.
Dyson professor Allan Filipowicz recounts the transformational impact of using eCornell, Cornell’s online professional learning unit, to teach three days of course material in just one day.
Senior Lecturer Susan Fleming discusses the need for more gender diversity in hospitality leadership and how women can take matters into their own hands.