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For executives seeking to cultivate their strategic leadership style and maximize their organizational effectiveness.
For executives seeking to develop an enterprise-wide mindset and visionary approach to leadership.
For diverse business owners and executives seeking to adjust their strategy and build their enterprises to scale.
For veterans and elite athletes seeking to build the right business acumen to help them move forward in their careers.
For executives looking to compete in the new digital age by using real-time data to turbocharge their products, strategies, and customer relationships.
For companies seeking to prepare their highest-potential executives for global leadership roles in a consortium of non-competing companies.
For companies seeking to co-create leadership development experiences that align with their specific needs and objectives.
Tuck Executive Education programs are personal, connected, and—above all—transformative. Participants leave our immersive programs changed: ready to make a real difference at their organizations and equipped with the wisdom to better the world of business.
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Professor Blanchard is an economist whose research looks at the implications of globalization. Her work revolves primarily around two broad questions impacting business leaders: 1) How can education policy be used to facilitate increased trade so that workers may share in the aggregate gains from globalization? And 2) How are trade agreements evolving in response to global supply chains and foreign direct investment?Get to know Tuck faculty ⟶