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About the Crummer Certification

Transformational Leadership Certification

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About
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What to Expect
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Who is it for?
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What You Will Gain
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In partnership with Fortune, the Crummer Graduate School of Business is proud to offer an eight-week virtual program, developed with, and featuring, Jim Hageman Snabe, chairman of Siemens, along with Crummer’s Dr. Keenan Yoho and Fortune’s, Peter Vanham.

Participants will learn how to create inspiring dreams, choose drivers of change, unleash human potential of their teams, and develop a platform for innovation — all through using the meticulous Dreams and Details model. The program includes live Zoom sessions, bite-sized online lessons, and peer engagement, with an expected time commitment of 1-3 hours per week.

What to Expect

Your accelerated learning experience will run February 26th through April 17th, 2024. Live zoom sessions will be on March 8th, March 20th, April 3rd, and April 17. There will be additional optional live Zoom sessions throughout the program.  The Dreams and Details program is created to teach you:

  • How to create inspiring dreams
  • Choose drivers of change
  • Unleash human potential of your teams
  • Develop a platform for innovation

When you enroll in the Dreams and Details program you will have the opportunity to interact and learn from top-level facilitators with proven leadership expertise.

Who is it for?

The Dreams and Details program is designed for individuals who are interested in leadership and innovation, particularly those in managerial or decision-making roles. Here’s a breakdown of who might be a good fit for the program:

  1. Business Leaders and Executives:  CEOs, COOs, and other top executives who are responsible for shaping the overall vision and direction of their organizations. Business leaders seeking to enhance their skills in creating and communicating inspiring dreams that align with the organization’s mission.
  2. Managers and Team Leaders:  Middle and upper-level managers who play a crucial role in implementing strategic initiatives within their teams.
    Team leaders interested in learning how to unleash the full potential of their teams and foster innovation.
  3. Entrepreneurs and Start-up Founders: Individuals who are leading start-ups or small businesses and want to develop a strong foundation for innovation and growth. Entrepreneurs looking to create a compelling vision for their ventures and drive positive change.
  4. Human Resources Professionals: HR leaders who are keen on understanding how to unlock the human potential within their organizations. Those involved in talent management and development who want to foster a culture of innovation.
  5. Innovation Managers and Strategists: Professionals responsible for driving innovation within their organizations. Strategic planners and innovation managers looking to develop and implement platforms for fostering creative thinking and innovation.
  6. Leadership Development Participants: Individuals participating in leadership development programs who want to acquire skills in creating visions, driving change, and fostering innovation.
  7. Individuals Aspiring to Leadership Roles: Individuals at various career stages who aspire to leadership roles and want to develop the skills required to lead teams and organizations effectively. It’s important to note that the program seems to be beneficial for a broad audience interested in leadership, strategic thinking, and fostering innovation. The specific roles and industries may vary, but individuals with a passion for driving positive change and innovation in their respective domains are likely to find value in the program.

Upon successful completion of the program, you’ll receive a formal certification from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, a prestigious academic institution that has been ranked by Forbes as #1 in Florida. This certification documents the new knowledge gained from the Transformational Leadership program.

What You Will Gain

  • A “toolkit” of leadership skills that will teach you:
    • How to create inspiring dreams
    • Choose drivers of change
    • Unleash human potential of your teams
    • Develop a platform for innovation
  • A formal certification, acknowledging achievement of your expertise in transformational leadership.

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Jim Hagermann Snabe | Chairman Siemens | Author, Dreams and Details
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Peter Vanham | Executive Editor, Fortune
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Dr. Keenan Yoho | Professor of Operations Management
Jim Hagermann Snabe | Chairman Siemens | Author, Dreams and Details

Jim Hagemann Snabe is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG. He is also the Chairman of Idonea and a member of the Board of Trustees at the World Economic Forum. Additionally, he was the Co-CEO of SAP (2010–2014) and Chairman of the Board of Directors for A.P. Møller–Mærsk (2017–2022). Jim is the co-author of the book “Dreams and Details – Reinvent Your Business and Your Leadership from a Position of Strength. “ Jim Hagemann Snabe holds an M.Sc. in Operational Research and Finance from Aarhus University and is an adjunct professor at Copenhagen Business School (CBS).

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Peter Vanham | Executive Editor, Fortune

Peter Vanham is Executive Editor at Fortune. He is in charge of academics and executive sessions at Connect, Fortune’s learning community for purpose-driven leaders, and the author of Fortune’s Impact Report newsletter. He writes about the global economy and the people that shape it. Prior to joining Fortune, Peter worked for 8 years at the World Economic Forum, where among other assignments he co-authored “Stakeholder Capitalism” with founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab, and headed the International Media Council, the gathering the world’s leading journalists and media organizations. His articles on business, economics, and public policy appeared in Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, Quartz, Business Insider, Foreign Policy, and many other media around the world. His books, including also “Before I Was CEO” and “Grote Durvers”, were translated in over a dozen languages. Peter holds an executive master’s degree in Global Leadership from the World Economic Forum, a Master of Arts in Business & Economics Journalism from Columbia University, and a Master of Science in Commercial Engineering from the KU Leuven. He is currently pursuing an Executive PhD at ESCP Business School in Paris, and lives with his wife and daughter in Geneva, Switzerland.

Dr. Keenan Yoho | Professor of Operations Management

Dr. Keenan Yoho has spent more than a decade working with senior management leading change in both commercial and public sector environments. Dr. Yoho’s research and applied work is focused on supply chain cost modeling and operations management to achieve enterprise-wide outcomes under conditions of uncertainty and resource scarcity.

Dr. Yoho served as Senior Special Advisor to U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) from 2012 to 2014. During this time Dr. Yoho worked with a special team reporting directly to the Commander, USSOCOM that was charged with crafting and executing a plan for posturing special operations forces (SOF) for the next three decades. Dr. Yoho has advised several U.S. and international organizations to include IBM (semiconductors), General Motors (autos), General Mills (foods), Intel (semiconductors), Rockwell Automation (machine automation), BASF (chemicals –Germany, US and Mexico), Merck, KGaA (chemicals – Germany), Ryerson (steel processing & distribution), Qualcomm (designer/supplier telecommunications technology), and Polioles SA de CV (chemicals – Mexico), the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Transportation Command in the areas of operations management, supply chain management, continuous improvement and organizational transformation.

Prior to joining the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, Dr. Yoho was an associate operations researcher at the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California where he led projects to improve the operational effectiveness of the U.S. military during war. Dr. Yoho was recently an assistant professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California where he received 4 consecutive teaching awards including the School’s highest award for excellence in teaching and impact beyond the classroom. Dr. Yoho has published in the International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, Journal of Cost Analysis and Parametrics, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, and the Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management.

Dr. Yoho holds a Ph.D. in Operations Management, M.B.A. in Operations Management, and M.S. in Industrial Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also holds a B.A. in Religion with a concentration in Chinese and Japanese Buddhism from Temple University.

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Transformational Leadership: Dreams and Details

For more information, contact us at execed@rollins.edu or 407-691-1252.

Program Details

Dates

February 26th through April 17th, 2024

Schedule

Live Zoom sessions on March 8th, March 20th, April 3rd, and April 17th. Additional optional live Zoom sessions throughout the program.

Location

Virtual Synchronous Learning Environment via Zoom

Cost
  • Individual – $2,500 (5 or more = $1,995)
  • Alumni, Student, Non-profits – $1,995
  • Rollins Employee – $1,500
More Information

Contact execed@rollins.edu or (407.691.1252) for more information. Or register now.

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Modules Overview
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Week One
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Week Two - March 8, 2024
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Week Three
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Week Four - March 20, 2024
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Week Five
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Week Six - April 3, 2024
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Week Seven
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Week Eight - April 17, 2024
Transformational Leadership

Dreams and Details

Participants will learn how to create inspiring dreams, choose drivers of change, unleash human potential of their teams, and develop a platform for innovation — all through using the meticulous Dreams and Details model.

Onboarding and Pre-work

  • Introduction to Transformational Leadership
  • What is a Learning Sprint?
  • The Dynamic Change of Seasons
  • The Dream
  • The Strategy Map Activity – Part 1
  • Dreams and Details (Chapters 1, 3, 6)

Creating Inspiring Dreams to Drive Change

Featuring: Jim Snabe (Author), Peter Vanham (Fortune), TBD (IDONEA), and Dr. Keenan Yoho (Crummer)

Pre-work: Choosing Drivers of Change - Knowing What to Lead and What Not to

  • The Details
  • Strategy Map Activity – Part 2
  • Dreams and Details (Chapters 5, 7)
  • Optional Live Zoom Session – Reflection with Dr. Keenan Yoho

Choosing Drivers of Change – Knowing What to Lead and What Not to

Featuring: Peter Vanham (Fortune), TBD (IDONEA), and Dr. Keenan Yoho (Crummer)

Pre-work: Unleashing the Human Potential of Your Team

  • The Platform
  • Reinvention from the Board Room
  • The Strategy Map Activity – Part 3
  • Dreams and Details (Chapters 4, 8, 11)
  • Optional Live Zoom Session – Reflection with Dr. Keenan Yoho

Unleashing the Human Potential of Your Team

Featuring: Peter Vanham (Fortune), and Dr. Keenan Yoho (Crummer) and TBD (IDONEA)

Pre-work: Creating a Platform for Innovation and Change in Large Organizations

  • The Innovation Theater
  • How Startup Founders Help Global Leaders Prepare for a Change of Season
  • Unleashing Human Potential
  • Dreams and Details (Chapters 9, 10)
  • Optional Live Zoom Session – Reflection with Dr. Keenan Yoho

Creating a Platform for Innovation and Change in Large Organizations

Featuring: Peter Vanham (Fortune), and Dr. Keenan Yoho (Crummer) and TBD (IDONEA)

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