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RAPS Executive Development

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
James L. Allen Conference Center
Evanston, IL
2–5 June 2014

Designed specifically for the experienced regulatory professional, the RAPS Executive Development program builds key management, business and leadership skills through intense discussions with some of the world’s best business professors in an intimate learning environment at the Kellogg School of Management.

This one-of-a-kind program will challenge you and demand your best, ensuring a tangible return on investment. The knowledge you gain from this transformative program will have immediate relevance and impact for you and your organization.

Earn 12 RAC points for participating.

 Key Areas Covered

The Kellogg School of Management brings together a faculty of preeminent scholars and educators in an exciting program specifically designed for senior-level regulatory professionals that covers these key business areas:

  • Change Management
  • Crisis Management
  • Decision-making
  • Negotiation
  • New Product Development
  • Operations Management
  • Strategy
 About Kellogg

Since 1908, the Kellogg School of Management has made strong leaders stronger. 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.

Classes will take place at the James L. Allen Center, a state-of-the-art lakefront facility on Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management campus. Accommodation at the Allen Center and all meals are included as part of this program.

 Why Executive Development?

Now more than ever, regulatory executives are required to bridge science, regulation, business and strategy. In today's ever-changing global regulatory environment, executives must move out of their comfort zone and develop new capabilities as leaders.

  • 23% — Average time spent by regulatory professionals at all levels on business functions (up 2% from 2010).
  • 29% — Time spent by regulatory directors on business functions (up 1% from 2010).
  • 32% — Time spent by regulatory vice presidents on business functions (up 1% from 2010).

Source: 2012 RAPS Scope of Practice & Compensation Report for the Regulatory Profession

 Registration
  Register by 3 May 2014  Register by 23 May 2014 
RAPS Member  $7,400 $7,900
Nonmember $7,610 $8,110

Registration fees include all on-site meals on 2–5 June 2014 and lodging on the nights of 1–4 June 2014 at the James L. Allen Center.

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 At a Glance
Dates: 2–5 June 2014
Meeting Location: Evanston, IL
Discounted Registration Deadline: 2 May 2014
Advance Registration Deadline: 23 May 2014
On-site Registration Available: No
Capacity for this program is limited to 40 individuals. Register early to guarantee participation.
Cancellation Deadline: 2 May 2014
RAC Points: 12
Will this meeting be recorded?: No
How do I obtain a Letter of Attendance for this meeting?: Each attendee will receive a Letter of Attendance acknowledging his or her participation after the workshop’s conclusion.
Registration Fees:

$7,400.00 member
$7,610.00 nonmember

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“Very stimulating experience. It gave me great exposure to new concepts and ideas. I found applying new theories to case situations during the program to be very beneficial. I could apply what I learned immediately to my role and continue to do so.”

Glenn Byrd, senior director, regulatory affairs at MedImmune.

"The use of real cases was very beneficial. I learned a lot from the very experienced and knowledgeable speakers. The interaction between the participants and the topics covered were excellent."

Andreas Potthoff, head of regulatory affairs central and Eastern Europe bei Abbott Products GmbH.