RAPS Executive Development Program Gives Regulatory Pros Needed Business Foundation
By Zachary Brousseau -
Published 07 April 2017
Increasingly, regulatory professionals are involved in making organizational business decisions, yet few have formal business training. RAPS' Executive Development Program was designed to help them hone their business, management and leadership skills.
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Tags: Executive Development Program, executive, executive development, Kellogg, Northwestern, strategy, business, regulatory, training, education
Why Regulatory Professionals Need Business Training
By William C. Putnam, PhD, RAC -
Published 02 March 2017
Because regulatory decisions have a direct impact on business outcomes, regulatory professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of business, such as the business acumen provided by extensive on-the-job training, professional development programs or formal business training.
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Tags: executive development, Kellogg, Northwestern, strategy, business, regulatory, training, education
An Individual’s Experience at the RAPS Executive Development Program
By Paul Swift, RAC -
Published 14 May 2015
Regulatory leaders need to deliver strategic value to their organizations—the RAPS Executive Development Program is a key component in building the necessary skill set to succeed.
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Tags: RAPS Kellogg, Executive Development
RAPS and Kellogg Offer 12th Year of Executive Development Program
By Jay Haroon -
Published 01 December 2011
The RAPS Executive Development Program will be held 11-14 June 2012. RAPS continues its successful partnership with the prestigious Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University with a program designed specifically for senior-level regulatory professionals. The Kellogg School of Management is well respected throughout the business community. Business Week ranks the school third out of all US business schools while The Wall Street Journal puts it fifth on their list of best business schools in the country.
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Tags: Executive Development Program, Executive, Kellogg, advancement, training