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Online Programs

Our online programs are designed to bring Tuck Executive Education’s uniquely personal and immersive experience to participants across the globe. Built for the way we learn today, these digital learning experiences help make Tuck’s top faculty and their research accessible to a broader audience.
 

Strategic Leadership: Impact, Change, and Decision-Making Specialization

Sydney Finkelstein, Steven Roth Professor of Management

If you're ready to hone your leadership skills and grow as a person, Strategic Leadership: Impact, Change, and Decision-Making for Work and Life is designed for anyone, at any level, who is ready to hone their leadership skills and grow as a person. Four courses taught over 75 hours teach participants the common mistakes that even smart executives make, the neuroscience behind effective decision making, methods of managing and supporting the people around them, and how to bring together all these lessons to be the best possible leader, and person, at work and at home.

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Strategic Communications

Paul Argenti, Professor of Corporate Communication

Through this series of learning experiences, participants will learn to incorporate strategic communications into every aspect of their work, applying principles of strategic communication into leadership challenges. They will gain the skills needed to clearly define the goal of their communication, effectively target their audience, and craft communications that are effective in the context of their organizational culture. Leverage transformative leadership skills to maximize the impact they create for their organization through strategic communication.

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Innovation Strategy: How Leaders Create the Future

Vijay "VG" Govindarajan, Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management

This eight-week course expands the leader’s tool kit with a simple and proven method for allocating the organization’s energy, time, and resources: the Three-Box Solution. It teaches participants how to selectively forget the past and manage the present in order to create the future. Over four modules, participants address critical strategy questions to bring their organization into the future, discover how to learn from experience and build a team, and explore what it really takes to make innovation happen.

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