Invited by Warren Buffett. He’s one of the few who’ve been given access to Warren’s office and to private lunches with Berkshire Hathaway’s Chairman.
Recommendation from Warren. The Warren Buffett CEO by Robert Miles
is the only Buffett-related book noted in the famous annual letters
to shareholders (2001).
Independence and objectivity from Berkshire Hathaway. A long-term
shareholder, but not compensated by the company, Robert highlights
strengths and challenges of Buffett’s management and investment style.
Extensive, decade-long research and expert observations. He’s
researched, lectured, and provided expert commentary on national and
international television about Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway in the news.
Experienced and popular multi-media international presenter. Using slides, stories and audience interaction along with a great sense of humor that translates well into any culture, Robert Miles engages, informs, and entertains.
Warren Buffett's Book Recommendations:In 2001 Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders, Warren Buffett suggested reading “The Warren Buffett CEO” by Robert P. Miles to learn about many Berkshire operating managers.**
"Everyone knows Warren is the greatest
investor of our time...[Robert Miles] for the first time captures
his genius as a manager"
— Jack Welch, former CEO, GE
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"Your presentation was incredible—a great combination of information and humor—and I truly feel as if I have a better understanding of who Warren Buffett is as a person, a businessman, a scientist, a genius, and a humanitarian. After hearing how all those personality traits encouraged the growth of such a successful person, I've begun reevaluating everything I'm doing to promote my own success."
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MoneyWeb Interview Series with Robert P. Miles
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In the Fall of 2011, the University of Nebraska-Omaha, College of Business, offered the first "Genius of Warren Buffett" course taught by Robert Miles in their graduate executive
MBA program. The course is based on Robert Miles's worldwide lectures and scholarly research entitled, "The
Genius of Warren Buffett: The Science of Investing and the Art
Now in its fifth year, this course continues to be a popular choice for MBA candidates, EMBAs and Life-long Learners. Hands-on business models, relevant guest speakers, and a condensed semester time-frame, make this course an accessible, powerful learning experience for business-oriented learners from around the world.
Convenient course options for Spring and Fall
Notable, Expert Guest Speakers
Hands-on Business Valuation Models
Executive MBA Course
Lifelong Learners from across the USA and the world
Enrollment at UNO is not required
Special Registration Offer for Spring 2016!
Includes Philanthropy Summit with registration before 2/29/16! Lunch included!
2016 Spring Course
3 - Day Course — 24 Hours
April 25, 26, 27, 2016
for enrolled UNO Executive MBA candidates.
If you would like to have Robert Miles as a guest lecturer/special course instructor at your college or university, please click here.
**Buffett's 2001 letter excerpt (pg 4): "On the positive side, we have as fine an array of operating managers as exists at any company. (You can read about many of them in a new book by Robert P. Miles: The Warren Buffett CEO.) In large part, moreover, they are running businesses with economic characteristics ranging from good to superb. The ability, energy and loyalty of these managers is simply extraordinary. We now have completed 37 Berkshire years without having a CEO of an operating business elect to leave us to work elsewhere."