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Programs in Social Enterprise
Columbia Business School Executive Education's Programs in Social Enterprise applies business skills to the solution of social problems locally and throughout the world.
Led by Raymond D. Horton, Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance and founder of the Social Enterprise Program for MBA students, the Programs in Social Enterprise draw heavily on the resources of the School.
Making use of these resources — including the faculty, curriculum, and facilities — while retaining the ability to draw on New York City's rich supply of nonprofit, government, and business practitioners, allows Executive Education to offer a unique range of open enrollment and custom programs.
Through this portfolio, Columbia Business School Executive Education is able to serve its traditional base in New York City's community-based nonprofits, as well as other nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and businesses in the New York region, across the nation and the world.
Find the right program for you, a blend of scholarly research and practical approaches, delivered as only Columbia can deliver.
Testimonials: Return on Learning
Executive Director, Staten Island Not for Profit Association
– “The strategic framework I learned, and practiced, during the INM Program gave me a long-term vision of our organization that settled a lot of short-term issues.”
ESPRIT, SVP Global-HR
– “The return on investment is the chance to trigger business and people with the latest research, cutting edge and inspiring methods for evaluation and development, and leadership with collective power.”
Vice President & General Manager, Thomson Reuters
Stephen McGerty said what he learned over the weekend at the Columbia Management Institute program about value pricing and negotiations was immediately applicable when he returned to work on Monday.