What does it take to lead a complex, competitive business today?

Deep knowledge of the drivers of business and the economy. Cross-functional intelligence. A broad worldview. Creativity. Heart. Judgment. Take it on.

With a keen ability to solve problems, a manager can yield dramatic organizational results. We ask our students to develop rigorous habits to systematically discover and enact solutions.

  • Pursue excellence in business practices.
  • Build cultures and systems that support accountability.
  • Deepen knowledge of the fundamentals of business.
  • Learn to view business problems as multi-dimensional carrying across functional lines.
  • Be tenacious in solving problems and bringing about positive change–for stakeholders and shareholders.
  • Develop and institute organizational systems that provide clear guidelines and expectations, that include ongoing training to help employees think and act ethically, and that clearly outline penalties associated with misconduct.