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An Introduction to Executive Education

Organizations must continually reinvent themselves in order to be successful. In fact, they must do so in order to survive.

The center's executive programs start with this premise. Plus the following observation. Everything that executives do fits into three boxes.

Despite the necessity of reinvention, driven by globalization, technological revolution, competition, changing customer needs, lifestyle changes, and other changes—executives spend over 90 percent of their time in Box 1.

Tuck's executive programs organized by the center focus first on the necessity of shifting more time to Box 2 and Box 3 activities. And second, on fruitfully managing Box 3. Creating the future involves identifying new business possibilities, selecting the winners, and implementing risky startup ventures effectively, despite the numerous barriers that tend to arise within global corporations.

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