LA-based entrepreneur Gina Woods knew that she wanted to revamp her business, but she wasn’t sure what her next steps should be. As the founder and chief executive of JCLE Enterprises, a hair and beauty retailer, generating over $1 million in annual sales, Woods was already running a successful business, selling her products on Amazon.com and Sears.com. But she wanted to expand in a smart way that made sense for her business.
When Darden Restaurants’ CFO Rick Cardenas T'98 was considering sending some of the company’s top leaders to Tuck’s Leadership and Strategic Impact (LSI) executive education program, he knew there was only one good way to assess whether the program would be a good fit, and he signed himself up.
This summer at the Tuck Advanced Management Program (AMP), Professor Brian Tomlin will teach a session on supply chain management, a topic incredibly relevant for executives, given the speed of digital transformation and the current geo-political climate.
Tuck welcomes Emmanuel Ajavon as the new associate director for Tuck Diversity Business Programs. In his new role, Ajavon will spearhead efforts to help diverse entrepreneurs hone their business strategies, develop their skillsets and build high-performing enterprises.
Tom Rutledge, chairman and CEO of Charter Communications, will be the featured speaker during the SCTE•ISBE Leadership Institute at Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth, it was announced today by the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), SCTE’s global brand, the International Society of Broadband Experts (ISBE), and Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth.
For the fourth year, Sundial and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth have worked together to establish the SheaMoisture Community Commerce Fellowship for minority women executives, business owners, and entrepreneurs.
HCL Technologies, a leading global technology company, has joined the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth to provide an advanced leadership program around strategic innovation for more than 30 IT leaders from HCL’s diverse customer base.
After attending Tuck's Building a High-Performing Minority Business, entrepreneur Gina Grahame rebranded her San Francisco-based business and signed on 16 new clients.
Professor Geoffrey Parker, an expert on platforms, will join the Tuck AMP faculty this summer to teach on digitization and network effects.
Change, as every skilled business person knows, takes work. Thanks to a 360-degree assessment and Professor Pino Audia, LSI participants take home all the tools they need to start on that work and become the best leader they can be.