Building a High-Performing Minority Business
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Every business has room for improvement. In today’s demanding business environment, every organization must do all it can to stay up-to-date and engage in continuous improvement. Building a High-Performing Minority Business, Tuck’s core minority business program, is the ideal business prescription for minority- and Native American–owned companies. It is an opportunity to evaluate your organization’s health and diagnose its strengths and areas for improvement in one of the world’s top-rated business schools.
Over the course of this five-day program, you’ll develop the skills it takes to help your business thrive. The case study for the week is your own business. You’ll evaluate your overall business strategy in the context of rapidly-changing markets. Diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of your operations. Analyze a balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows. Develop an effective marketing strategy. Improve your ability to communicate your vision and inspire your team. And strengthen your professional network through the relationships you make as a member of the Tuck minority business alumni community.
By participating in Building a High-Performing Minority Business, you increase your chances of long-term success and greater profitability. Read some of the success stories about minority business enterprises or learn more about the program topics that are covered in the Building program.
Advancing Minority Business Capabilities
Building a High-Performing Minority Business is about assessing where your company is now and where you want to take it tomorrow. In short, it’s about advancing minority business capabilities. These are the tools that make it happen:
- Strategy and Implementation … to optimize your competitive advantage
- Analysis of Financial Statements … to increase profitability
- Managing the Customer Asset … to generate repeat business
- Refining the Management Structure … to enable growth and productivity
- Assessing Operations … to streamline your processes and improve efficiency
Who should attend
Owners and senior executives of minority-owned companies who have a minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience running a small business and at least $300,000 in annual sales.