Alfred Ford, great-grandson of Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, becomes the Honorary Chancellor of the Alfred Ford School of Management and inaugurates the world’s first Conscious Leadership MBA program, starting in September 2015.
In May 2015, Alfred Brush Ford, great-grandson of Henry Ford, became the Honorary Chancellor of the Alfred Ford School of Management, in Durbuy, Belgium. He has inaugurated the world’s first Conscious Leadership MBA program at the school, unique for its holistic approach to worldwide business practices. It combines ancient wisdom with the latest developments in teaching business and management. Mr. Ford, himself a pioneer of conscious leadership, offers the school support and advice in ethical leadership and social responsibility.
In a recent statement, Mr. Ford applauded the highly qualified faculty of the Alfred Ford School of Management, who are specially trained and experienced in applying conscious leadership skills to core business areas. He also lauded the school’s small intake of students and highly selective process, assuring both utmost personal attention and an environment conducive to high quality exchanges.
The program is delivered according to contemporary studying standards. Ten modules (including the dissertation writing) are delivered online, while the last module, Conscious Leadership, is delivered during an on-site, week-long residence in Belgium. The video lectures (screencast with the presence of a teacher) are delivered with Polimedia technology, accompanied by weekly case-study materials. This ensures that students receive a complete educational experience.
The Alfred Ford MBA degree is offered in partnership with the IPE-Paris, well known for its excellence in educational achievements and ethical standards.
The Alfred Ford MBA is also in the process of being accredited by
ACBSP – Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs,
one of four leading specialized accreditation associations for business education.