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Designing for impact: A results-driven perspective for executive education

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As part of her development plan to take on this more challenging role, her manager has enrolled her in the organization’s mid-level manager training program. Jane is a believer in personal…

Four questions corporate executives must answer before deglobalization

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Yet cross-border trade of goods and services has already declined since 2011. Growing nationalism has been one driver. Additionally, lower salary differentials between developed economies and…

Championing Triple Ownership Programs (TOPs) in Executive Education: How participant and sponsor ownership leads to better program outcomes

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What do you associate with the word “campus”?  For most of us, besides the happy student memories, there are aspects of university life that we were glad to leave behind. Perhaps your mind jumps to…

Does the European Chips Act herald a new protective policy era?

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During the pandemic, the demand for semiconductors rose. At the same time, semiconductor manufacturers needed to slow down their production because of missing labor forces and extreme weather events…

Same same… but different

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Public life is tentatively reopening across the world, but clearly some of the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic are here to stay – the executive education industry, in particular, has…

How to build resilient supply chains

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The minutiae of daily operations, logistics, and the performance evaluation of diverse and dispersed suppliers must be managed alongside implementing visionary strategies that address trends, threats…

Identifying the potential in digital identity

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You unbox the new phone from its upcycled, responsibly sourced seaweed packaging. With a glance to the screen, its sensors boot up, identify you, and connect you to your iCloud account. And as you…