Article about the costs of executive courses. Executive education can be expensive, but the benefits should far outweigh the cost 

Employer funding is harder to get, and when the economy is in a downturn revenues try up and expenses on training etc will be cut back. “Some of the professionals who are interested in taking executive education courses tell us that they are finding it more difficult to obtain employer funding. They also report that in some cases it’s hard for them to make the time available, because they are so busy [managing a crisis],” says Nicole Kleyn, dean of executive education at RSM.


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    Role: Faculty
    Reference type: Quoted
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