The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is designed to prepare experienced middle and upper-middle level managers for the leadership challenges of the future. It incorporates private sector corporate case studies and traditional learning to develop key competencies needed for higher levels of strategic leadership. AMP will help managers formulate and implement strategy, develop and manage networks of people, and incorporate experiences into a broadened policy-level perspective. Participants will take both the DiSC personal assessment and the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment to better understand and utilize their own personal managerial strengths, as well as improve cohesion, communication and problem-solving in their workplaces. All students will be expected to participate in group discussions and team presentations covering a broad spectrum of topics and managerial skills. Participants will work in functional teams on a final course presentation to propose solutions to existing workplace problems. AMP qualifies for three semester hour graduate credits in management, as currently approved by the American Council on Education (ACE). AMP requires an 80 ECL score [this requirement only applies to non-US, non-native English-speaking officers funded for training from IMET or FMS programs].
PROGRAM TOPICSDecision MakingManaging Organizational ChangeStrategic Planning and ExecutionBusiness EthicsGlobalizationGenerational ChangeEffective Communication ToolsDiversityManaging Human CapitalLean Six SigmaDeveloping Organizational ValuesSupply Chain ManagementGovernment ContractingInformation Systems Solutions
To apply for a seat in this class, contact your HR department (NAVSEA EDO, NAVSUP, DLA). If you have questions specifically regarding this course, email .
Uniform Requirements:Dress is Business CasualMilitary no uniforms