The Carnegie Bosch Institute is a unique alliance between the renowned Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA) and the Bosch Group.
The Institute was established as an entity within the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon in 1990 through a major endowment provided by the Bosch Group.
The Carnegie Bosch Institute is positioned at the intersection of academia and industry. Its mission is to improve international management and leadership by advancing the understanding of both managers and researchers of fundamental issues related to global business. The Carnegie Bosch Institute sponsors five academic chairs, funds research projects focusing on management of international corporations, and provides innovative executive education programs targeted to the needs of global executives and companies.
Global Leadership Executive Program
This intensive program is the demanding flagship program in the CBI portfolio. Led by world-class faculty from around the globe, the Global Leadership Executive Program integrates three focus areas in an international context: Managing the business, Managing yourself, and Managing and leading others.
Leadership as a Daily Challenge: An Integrated Approach
This program integrates four leadership concepts to enable managers to more effectively master interpersonal and organizational challenges: creating star performers, and the roles of leadership and followership; leaders as effective change managers; managing conflict and negotiating disputes; and mastering the informal organizational networks beyond hierarchy.
Leading Innovation: Creating a Dynamic Organization
This three-day program helps participants deal with the challenges of creating a culture that fosters innovation. Participants will acquire a deeper understanding of the processes, methods, and tools of lean innovative thinking and how it ties to innovation strategy.