• Learn to lead transformationally
  • Seek the gain of all parties involved in creating a better future.
  • Take advantage of modern face-to-face and digital channels to achieve fair opportunities


First and only program jointly developed by the International Association WOMEN CEO PERU, which promotes female managerial talent; and CENTRUM PUCP, the best Business School in Peru.

This Program is designed under the current labor requirements so that you obtain the necessary management tools and manage to face new challenges, having a positive impact on your professional and personal environment.

CENTRUM PUCP may make changes in the curricula, sequence of courses or teachers, according to its policy of continuous improvement. Failure to comply with the required quorum CENTRUM PUCP reserves the right to postpone the beginnings of courses and programs.

SCHEDULES

STARTING

 

INVESTMENT

WEEKLY 44 hours
Saturdays from 09:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
24 Oct 2020
S/. 4,800    

AIMED TO

Professional executives with 3 years or more of experience whose objectives are to achieve greater visibility in your organization to access senior management positions in the short or medium term.

CERTIFICATION

Certification in Women Development by CENTRUM PUCP Business School.

METHODOLOGY

  • The program is designed in 12 sessions based on keynote lectures led by top-level professors and exhibitors.
  • The courses are developed on the basis of an interactive methodology that promotes dialogue, self-learning and collaborative work.

PROFILE OF THE GRADUATE

Analyze the challenges and complexity of the current global and competitive market for project management professionals. Formulates strategies for project management. It generates a management style that favors the company’s orientation towards the client, profitability, efficiency and innovation, as well as towards an attitude open to change.

MODALITY

Synchronous Virtual Classroom

CONTACT US

Adriana Durán
959-665-947
duran.ac@pucp.edu.pe

Maribel Luz Osorio
944-614-193
mlosorio@pucp.edu.pe

  • Accompaniment in the professional development of the participants throughout the program and after completing it through the Alumni network of CENTRUM PUCP and WOMEN CEO Peru. Workshops, conferences, networking meetings and actions that favor employability and continuous improvement will be held.
  • Strengthening of one’s own abilities and skills to prepare participants to assume relevant positions in their organization.
  • Generation of valuable networking that allows sharing experiences, purposes and development opportunities.
  • Obtaining more and better management tools thanks to a very well structured curriculum mesh and guided by CENTRUM PUCP teachers.
CENTRUM PUCP may make changes to the curricula, sequence of courses or teachers, according to its policy of continuous improvement. Failure to comply with the required quorum CENTRUM PUCP reserves the right to postpone the start of courses and programs.
MODULE FREQUENCY SCHEDULE CONFERENCE
Soft Skills Saturday, October 24 09:00 – 11:00 Human Growth Workshop
Saturday, October 31 09:00 – 11:00 Human Growth Workshop
Finance Saturday November 7 09:00 – 11:00 Project Management
Saturday November 14 09:00 – 11:00 Finance Basics
Skills To Influence Saturday November 21 09:00 – 11:00 Coaching
Saturday November 28 09:00 – 11:00 Personal Brand Management
Ethics, Values And Social Responsibility Saturday December 5 09:00 – 11:00 Culture And Business Ethics
Saturday December 12 09:00 – 11:00 Principles Of Sustainability
Risk Management And Economy Saturday January 9 09:00 – 11:00 Macroeconomic Indicators
Saturday January 16 09:00 – 11:00 Risk Management
Leadership Saturday January 23 09:00 – 11:00 Organizational behavior
Saturday January 30 09:00 – 11:00 Emotional Intelligence
Marketing Saturday February 6 09:00 – 11:00 Fundamentals Of Marketing
Saturday February 13 09:00 – 11:00 Customer Loyalty And Retention
Negotiation Saturday February 20 09:00 – 11:00 Negotiation And Conflict Management
Saturday February 27 09:00 – 11:00 Negotiation In Women
Technology And Innovation Saturday March 6 09:00 – 11:00 Innovation And Pressure To Change
Saturday March 13 09:00 – 11:00 Digital Marketing
Financial Analysis Saturday, March 20 09:00 – 11:00 Accounting As A Business Language
Saturday March 27 09:00 – 11:00 Financial Indicators
Balance Of Life And Assertivity Saturday April 10 09:00 – 11:00 Effective Communications
Saturday April 17 09:00 – 11:00 Workshop: Balance, Work And Life
Closing Saturday April 24 09:00 – 11:00 Sharing Experiences
Closing Ceremony And Certificate Delivery
  • SOFT SKILLS

    • Human Growth Workshop
      In an increasingly fast and dynamic world, it is essential that executives have solid roots inside to lead from there successfully. External action must be based on internal solidity so that it is sustainable and transforms the environment, generating authentic human, economic and social development. In this workshop the participants will be able to deepen themselves and know in greater depth some personal characteristics that will help them to be better leaders. It will also be a moment of reflection and dialogue about some key elements of integral personal development. At the end of the workshop, participants will take basic tools that they can apply in their daily lives, both personally and professionally, to grow as integral leaders.
  • FINANCE

    • Project management
      It is important for every corporation to know how to plan the strategy in order to organize and control the resources in order to reach the objectives set. For this it is important to know the strengths you have and clearly distinguish the opportunities and constraints that arise in order to develop action plans according to the requirements. In this sense, the success of any project corresponds to all the variables that arise during its development. This program will provide all the necessary tools so that the participants know how to effectively manage any project that the organization requires.
    • Fundamentals of Finance
      In the real market, value is only created in companies when the return on invested capital exceeds the opportunity cost of investors. Therefore, net accounting earnings are not good indicators to state that the company is creating value. ROE, ROA and growth rates have limitations in measuring value creation. This conference will analyze the new financial tools that modern management needs to visualize where the company will go in the future and help us answer the question: Why is the king [money is King]?
  • SKILLS TO INFLUATE

    • Coaching
      A master class in which students will be trained to develop their own skills and meet specific goals in their work and personal environment, self-discovering and repowering themselves. This class will focus on the improvement of the individual, where the same participants will set concrete and achievable goals in a short and medium term that will help them to be visible in their personal and work environment.
    • Personal Brand Management
      Every person who is part of an organization has goals to meet and has certain resources to achieve them. Therefore, success and organizational sustainability require efficiency and effectiveness, that is, that people distribute their resources optimally to achieve the expected results. In this complex task, it is essential that people innovate, continuously improve and display their maximum performance, reaching their goals in the shortest possible time. This requires that employees develop personal and professional skills that allow them to generate the necessary value so that the organization strengthens and sustainably develops its competitive advantage.
  • RISK AND ECONOMY MANAGEMENT

    • Risk management
      Companies from various economic sectors face different types of financial risks that may have consequences on their performance. In this sense, the workshop will be responsible for developing these risks, such as credit, market, liquidity and operating risks, as well as the concepts and tools required for proper risk management.
    • Macroeconomic Indicators
      The economic decisions of consumers, producers and of the same State, are part of the daily life of the societies, for that reason the economy like analytical discipline is a transversal discipline. The workshop focuses on the basic concepts and instruments of economic analysis. Emphasis is placed on price theory, market organization and state intervention and their effects on them. Throughout the workshop, applications will be developed to understand the basic principles of decisions of individuals and companies integrated in different market structures, with the State having a supervisory role and correction of market failures.
  • ETHICS, VALUES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

    • Principles of Sustainability
      On this day, we will seek to provide participants with knowledge about the principles and tools of corporate sustainability management for adequate and effective decision making within the framework of the organizational strategy. Likewise, it seeks to debate and reflect on decision-making from an ethical and corporate responsibility perspective.
    • Culture and Business Ethics
      You just have to look at what has happened in recent years to realize: corporate culture and social responsibility are directly related. If a company’s culture (whatever) defines the way in which it acts and behaves, then responsible behavior (or not) will be a direct consequence of that culture. That is why we were interested in writing about this, about business culture and social responsibility. Why has revived interest in corporate culture? Traditionally it has been a subject of relatively specialized interest, limited to some academics and consultants and to some large companies. However, on the occasion of the financial crisis that began in 2008, there were many who realized the failures in the behavior of companies and their regulation, especially financial institutions. By strengthening the regulations it became clear that they were necessary but not sufficient, that much of the problem was the prevailing culture in many of these institutions. The codes and ethics committees and the explicit rules of behavior were also necessary but not sufficient. Along with the renewed interest in strengthening regulations, great interest in corporate culture has developed in its broadest sense.
  • FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

    • Accounting as a Business Language
      Accounting-financial information is a reflection of business activities and is the main tool for management decision making. Because the information is based on international financial information principles and standards, for some people who are not directly linked to the accounting or financial information this information is not expressed in an easy to understand language, this conference seeks to introduce participants to the key aspects of finance and financial accounting as a fundamental element for managerial decision making and understanding this business language. The conference is aimed at “how to speak the language” of finance and accounting for management purposes within a social responsibility approach, rather than “how to do it.”
    • Financial indicators
      The Financial Statements (EEFF) are prepared by the Accounting area of a company not only to fulfill a Legal and Tax obligation, but they can and should be used for the analysis by the headquarters and management of the company’s progress, especially using them as a management tool. While it is true that the EEFFs are governed by accounting regulations that are often considered as an arid and difficult interpretation concept, there is a wealth of information in them that can be very useful in decision making, both in the short term. As in the medium term. This course is aimed at contributing to the understanding and interpretation of the financial statements by the internal users of the company and also by external users who evaluate the progress of companies. We refer to the profit and loss statement, the balance sheet, the statement of changes in net worth, and the statement of cash flows. The “Cash Flow” will also be analyzed in detail, an essential tool not only to anticipate the liquidity needs of the company, but also to project various scenarios that enrich the alternatives that managers must evaluate. Cash Flow is a valuable tool to manage a company, both from the financial area, such as operations and production, marketing, sales and, of course, the General Management.
  • LEADERSHIP

    • Emotional Intelligence
      The work and social success of a woman depends not only on her intellectual capacity but also, and above all, on the proper management of her emotions. How can the development of empathy be emphasized by better interpreting body language and practicing active listening? This conference addresses how to assess the role of emotions in the daily and professional life of women who seek to achieve a solid path to senior management positions.
    • Organizational behavior
      A professional should be aware of changes in your organization. Organizational behavior is the field that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structures have on the corporate organization itself. If it is well focused, this knowledge can be applied for the optimization of processes, relationships and strategies of such organizations.
  • MARKETING

    • Fundamentals of Marketing
      Marketing oriented to the creation of economic value gives Marketing management its true strategic dimension. It aligns it with the Strategic Plan of the organization, with the essence of the business, its mission and prospective vision, with its target, competitive strategies and positioning. Currently, organizations demand the creation of permanent value in the market, with the aim of making value proposals sustainable, to achieve the profitability expected by organizations. In that line, of a market-oriented organization, the marketing professional must establish the value route and permanently review its value curve and generate innovation ventures that maintain demand or grow its market or other markets. Not being an easy task, it is necessary to establish and formulate in each organization own methodologies that facilitate the creation of value from the preferences of consumers within the framework of a solid value proposition.
    • Customer Loyalty and Retention
      For companies, it is vitally important to retain customers to ensure business continuity. To achieve this goal it is necessary that the company knows the needs of customers and consistently exceeds their expectations thus achieving their satisfaction. It is required that the company as a whole be customer oriented, that each service encounter be carefully conducted so that the customer has a memorable positive experience.
  • NEGOTIATION

    • Negotiation and conflict management
      This intervention covers the conceptual and application aspects necessary for the effective management of negotiations, in particular their application in the commercial sphere of companies and based on principles and not on positions. Participants will know the criteria for the design of the negotiation strategy. The negotiation process will be analyzed step by step and techniques will be described to deal with it successfully. Participants will have the opportunity to put into practice the concepts contributed in a later integrative workshop.
    • Negotiation in women
      Negotiation will always be a task of top management. In this conference the task of learning to lead a transformational negotiation is configured, based on a skill, the W factor: innovation, adaptation to change, negotiation capacity and relational empathy to achieve a successful, effective and efficient negotiation.
  • TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

    • Digital Marketing
      Today, medium and large companies are immersed in making a digital transformation to evolve their operational and marketing model in order to adapt to the challenges of the consumer-centered digital era, where to conquer and build loyalty to new millennial customers demand a thorough knowledge of their insights in order to offer them innovative products and services to provide them with an enriching experience through digital channels and processes. Companies that are not capable of performing a digital transformation will not be able to respond quickly and timely to changes in the market and to the demands of new consumers and will therefore lose market share. However, performing a digital transformation should not be approached only as a technology project or only as a project of some business units, it has to be approached as a project of the entire organization because the entire company has to be transformed. To achieve this, a cross-sectional analysis and approach must be carried out that presents the necessary changes in the organization at the level of people, processes, applications and use of information to carry out the digital transformation.
    • Innovation and pressure to change
      Disruptive innovation is setting the pace for companies globally and is entering a phase in which those that do not adapt will leave the market. Knowing how this process affects the entire socio-institutional framework of each country in a world in transition towards the knowledge society is critical not to fail. The five-helix model of innovation allows us to understand the dynamic interactions that drive the initiatives that aim at the sustainable development of the new knowledge production structures that are required to face continuous changes. This exhibition focuses on discussing these points from the perspective of science, technology and innovation in an increasingly complex world, with more uncertainty and less certainty.
  • LIFE BALANCE AND ASSERTIVITY

    • Effective Communications
      The course emphasizes the principles and important techniques of written and oral communication. Using these tools, the executive can design, execute and enhance effective and efficient communication.
    • Workshop: Work-Life Balance
      Therefore, being aware and taking control of our lives is essential. In fact the look to our being must be Holistic, and this includes Mind, Body and Spirit. A well-known wellness coach mentioned that there are 3 important areas of our body that should always be in sync: The healing zone, the love zone and the power zone, when these are NOT in sync, an imbalance occurs that directly affects our lives, our goals, our body and our energy.

SPEAKERS

Sandra Sato
Master in Sacred Theology, Faculty of Pontifical and Civil Theology of Lima, Peru. Graduate in Sacred Theology, Faculty of Pontifical and Civil Theology of Lima, Peru. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Faculty of Pontifical and Civil Theology of Lima, Peru. She has served as General Director of the Círculo de Encuentro Cultural Association. Marketing Manager and Human Resources Manager at Compañía Industrial Continental SRL (Drimer), Senior Consultant at Human Growth, Executive Coach and Independent Staff.
Jose Antonio Espinoza
DBA (c) Doctor of Business Administration from the Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands, PhD. (C) in Strategic Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Master of Philosophy from the Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands, Master in Strategic Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
Rocío Portugal
MBA, Doctoral Candidate Maastricht School of Management, CEO Portugal & Asociados, Director of Women CEO and Clínica SO TU SALUD SAC. Financial, Quality and Compliance Expert, with experience in multinational and family companies, researcher on women’s issues with her dissertation: Process Evolution of Executive Women into Influential Business Leaders: Groundes Therory Approach in Peru
Juan O´Brien
DBA (c) Doctor of Business Administration, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands, Ph.D. (c) in Strategic Business Administration, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Master of Philosophy and Master of Business Administration in General and Strategic Management from the Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands.
Oscar Uribe
Master in Business Administration, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands. Master in Strategic Business Management, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Industrial Engineer, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. International course on conflict analysis and resolution: teaching pedagogies, George Mason University-PUCP. Diploma in negotiation strategies and effective communication in conflict management, Center for Analysis and Conflict Resolution PUCP.
Sylvia Santisteban
Master of Business Administration from the University of the West of England Bristol, United Kingdom and Bachelor of Economics, Universidad del Pacífico, Peru, with studies in Strategic Management, Human Resources Management, Change Management and International Negotiations Skills at the Institut Commercial in Nancy, France and at the Georg-Simon-Ohm Fachhochschule, in Nuremberg, Germany.
Cecilia M. Flores
Founder and Executive President of WomenCEO Peru and Peru Partner of Cremades & Calvo Sotelo Abogados. With 28 years of experience in the legal management of companies including the State.Member of CONFIEP as an advisor and expert in the National Business and Human Rights Committee, as ocal Point of the Regional Initiative for the Eradication of Child Labor and in the Tripartite Committee for Women.
Julianna Ramírez
PhD in Public Communication and Master in Communication Business Management from the University of Navarra, Spain. Master in Social Management from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. International Diploma in Corporate Communication from ESAN University, Peru. Degree in Communication from the University of Lima.Experience in issues of corporate social responsibility, design of social projects, social marketing and corporate communication. Member of the Mirror Committee in Peru of ISO 26000.
Annie Basetti
Double MBA. Mindful Business Coach by Fred Kofman. Certified personal and executive trainer. Teacher and facilitator based on principles of neuroscience and adult education. Expert in intercultural competence and cultural intelligence solutions. Personal and professional marketing advisor. Extensive executive experience in multinational corporations. Systemic approach, latest knowledge trends and modern tools for integral human development.
Hans Beuermann
Master of Business Administration from Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands. Master in Strategic Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Chartered Psychologist, with a Diploma of Specialty in Business Psychology, from the University of Lima. International Certified Coach, International Certified Business Coach & International Certified Team Coach, by the I.C.C. from London, England. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Psychology, in the line of research on Creativity, Talent and Technology, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
Sandra Ricardo
Master in Clinical Neuropsychology, Miguel de Cervantes European University, Spain. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical sychopedagogy, University of León, Spain. Business Administrator, Universidad Santiago de Cali, Colombia. Intellectual Development and Education Specialist, Universidad Santiago de Cali, Colombia. Certificate in Parent Education and Training, UCLA, USA Ontological Coach PCC certification by the International Coach Federation (ICF). Neuro Linguistic Programmer Master certified by the Southern Institute of NLP. Neuromanagement specialist certified by the Braidot Business & Neuroscience Institute. Licensee Benziger Thinking Styles Assessment.
Gunther Buschbeck
Computer Engineer from the San Ignacio de Loyola University. He has PMP certifications from the Project Management Institute and is a Scrum Master Certified Credential from the SCRUM Study. In relation to his professional experience, he has served as Unit Manager of the company TS NET S.A. (Evol), previously Solutions Manager of the company Systema Database. She has teaching experience in Peruvian universities, such as the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú – Institute for Quality, the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola and CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School.
Mariella Araoz
Graduated in Economics from USIL, MBA and Specialization in Finance from UPC and in Portfolio Management from the Institute of Stock Market Studies in Madrid. She has a Diploma in Institutional Communication from the Ricardo Palma University and in Strategic Marketing from the Adolfo Ibáñez University. Likewise, she is a graduate of the X Microfinance Management Program of the Boulder Institute. She is currently a Corporate Development Officer at DIVISO, where she has been working for 15 years, having held various executive and managerial positions in group companies such as Stock Investment Advisor, Head of Research and Analysis, Manager of Private Equity Funds at DIVISO Funds, Planning and Risk Manager at Diviso Bolsa, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Credinka. She has also been a member of the board of directors of Diviso Bolsa and Diviso Fondos. She is currently Director of NCF Shared Services and is a Corporate Development Officer from where she leads brand, communications, strategic planning, governance and sustainability issues.
Santiago Dávila
Master of Science in Economics, University of Warwick, England. Graduated in Economics from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He is currently studying the Doctoral Program in Business Administration, Maastricht School of Management and CENTRUM Graduate Business School.Regarding his professional experience, he is currently General Manager of EA Consultores. Previously, he was Central Editor of Economy and Business of the newspaper El Comercio, General Manager and Manager of Economic Studies of INDECOPI, Director of the Board of Directors of the Institute of the Sea of Peru (IMARPE), Member of the Collegiate Body of Dispute Resolution of OSIPTEL, Economic Consultant of the Transport and Energy Regulation Area of OXERA Consulting in the United Kingdom and Economic Consultant of the Competition and Regulation Area of APOYO Consultoría SAC
Gloria Marín
Business Consultant, on Strategic, Corporate and Human Management issues Ambassador of Humanology in Peru Coach with PNL, ICC Certification Trainer in High Performance Workshops Leader of the Leadership Committee and Positive Agents of CAMVHI @ – Women CEO Peru Women CEO Centrum PUCP Graduate in Industrial Relations He has solid experience in the QUICORP Group, Química Suiza SA, he has been Corporate Deputy Manager of Human Management, with responsibility for companies in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay and the Dominican Republic. The continuous improvement and development programs under her charge and her multi-level empathy have contributed directly to the improvement of the Work Environment, with more than 20 years of professional experience in companies in the Region.
Guilio Marchena
She is a Master in Strategic Business Administration at CENTRUM Católica del Perú, graduated from the honor roll. He is an International Master of EADA of Barcelona, a titled Systems Engineer, certified in Microsoft Technologies, Project Management and ITIL. Extensive experience as a Project Consultant, specializing in the development of applications based on Office System, Collaboration Portals, Business Intelligence and applications based on .NET technology, for different clients in the Andean Region and Latin America. He currently works as Mr. Industry Technology Strategist for South Latam – Financial Services at Microsoft. He has been Manager of Architecture and Deputy Manager in the IT Services Management Area at Banco de Crédito del Perú and as a senior associate consultant for Microhelp, a digital systems and strategies consulting company.
Paula Siveriano
Lawyer and Doctor of Law (University of Buenos Aires). Trained in bioneuroemotion and biodecoding. Member of the UNESCO International Bioethics Committee (IBC). Process facilitator, expert in personal development and human rights. Communicator. Teacher, researcher, consultant and lecturer. External consultant at IsAMiracle.org and the Machos a Hombres Institute. Former Coordinator of the National Program for the Restitution of Rights (PNRSDER, Trafficking, Refugees and International Restitution (National Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and Family, Arg.). Member of the International Forum of Teachers (IFT) of the Unesco Chair in Bioethics. Southern European Studies Group (University of Jaen Spain) and the Scientific Committee, “Collana sulla Bioética” of the Bioethics Center of the University of Parma (Italy). Founder and former Director of the Bioethics and Law Observatory of the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
Carlos Bravo
Master in Administration, Esan University, Lima Peru. Economist Ricardo Palma Lima University, Peru. Post Graduate Degree in Finance, Esan University, Lima Peru. He has a Diploma in Marketing from the TEC de Monterrey and another in Financial Risks from the Universidad Iberoamericana de México. He is currently the Financial Economic Advisor of the Latin American Association of Financial Institutions for Development ALIDE. He is also a professor at the UPC of the courses Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Banking and Microfinance; and professor at CENTRUM PUCP Graduate Business School.
Carlos Domínguez
MBA from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Partner of OPTIMIZA, a business consultancy whose main objective is to support local and foreign organizations in increasing their competitiveness through the implementation of cutting-edge methodologies focused on strategic and commercial management, entrepreneurship, market research and value optimization. He also works as a university professor in institutions such as CENTRUM, Universidad de Lima and ESAN in courses related to strategic management, marketing management and business creation.
Pedro Villegas
Master in Finance and Bachelor of Economics from the Universidad Del Pacífico, with more than 12 years of professional experience in corporate finance, in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, business valuation and financial modeling, in the electricity, banking, mining sectors and infrastructure.
Melissa Aponte
Master in Strategic Business Administration from Centrum Business School (Peru), Master in International Leadership from Eada Business School (Spain) and member of Beta Gamma Sigma. Degree in Communication Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. In relation to her professional experience, she has worked as a copy editor for Diario Ojo; editor of the newspapers El Comercio and Ojo; Communication consultant in advertising agencies such as Axis and Lever for the brands La Positiva, Banbif, Arcángel, Do It !, KS Depor, Cemex, Caterpillar, Ferreyros, JJC, Inmobiliari, among others.

The registration process for the Women Development Program is open throughout the year. Your application is processed in approximately two weeks, as long as you comply with attaching the requested documents.

Requirements

  • Three or more years of experience in executive management or coordination with work teams in charge.

Documents required for your registration

  • Registration Form duly filled out
  • Undocumented curriculum vitae (the applicant’s profile will be reviewed by the Admission Committee if required)

Terms

  • The prices and conditions of the program are subject to variation.
  • The cost of the program includes: CENTRUM PUCP Diploma issue
  • The cost of the program does not include: Issuance of certificates, transcripts, academic mesh and participation, or others.

CONTACT US

Ask for all the information you need, we care about ensuring that you achieve academic and professional success.

Adriana Durán
959-665-947
duran.ac@pucp.edu.pe
Maribel Luz Osorio
944-614-193
mlosorio@pucp.edu.pe

DIRECTOR OF THE PROGRAM

Clara Rosselló

Professor Rosselló is a Master of Business Administration in General and Strategic Management, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands. Master in Strategic Business Administration, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. B.A. in Graphic Arts, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. She has international certifications among which stand out: CPCL Harvard Business School, Boston, USA; International Master in Leadership EADA Business School, Barcelona, Spain; Executive Program Customer Experience IE Business School, Madrid, Spain; International Program for Board Members EADA Business School, Barcelona, Spain. To date she is a member of the “Steering Committee” of the EFMD Americas Conference 2019-2021.

She has been Corporate Image Manager of Unique-Yanbal International for Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Mexico and USA; Marketing Manager of Unique-Peru. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Comacsa, a leading non-metallic mining company in Peru, and a board member of Fundición Americana S.A. She is a specialist in Corporate Image, Marketing Management, Business Communication and Strategic Planning.