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SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program

SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program 2012 Participant Testimonials
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Description

he SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program ensures that current and future cable technology and operations executives have the business and leadership skills they need to create and execute strategies that impact their organizations.

Designed in conjunction with the cable industry’s foremost thought leaders, the program leverages the resources of the world-renowned Tuck School of Business to help attendees understand how to anticipate and manage changes that are ahead for the industry.

The one-week intensive course covers:

Communication strategies that can take strategic visions from concept to reality; Leadership skills for influencing, managing and getting optimal results from their organizations; Business and operations skills that can help to optimize resources for maximum efficiency and return on investment; and Critical thinking that is necessary for achieving and maintaining technical and business leadership in today’s competitive market. Cable technology and operations executives create and manage more than 50 percent of capital and operations budgets. This program uniquely offers peers from the Operator, Vendor and Programmer communities the opportunity to learn from the Tuck Executive Education faculty and to share expertise and collaborate with fellow attendees.

The program was insightful, action-oriented, and highly relevant to the challenges facing today's cable executives. I left the session energized and with a renewed commitment to develop myself and my organization.

Who should attend

Admission to this program is competitive and is based on professional achievement and organizational responsibility. A college degree is not required, but instead, work performance, scope of responsibility and leadership potential are the most important considerations in the application process. Though there is no formal educational requirement, fluency in written and spoken English in a necessity for participation in the program.

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Bio Sydney Finkelstein’s approach to leadership and strategy focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of executive talent. His widely read research analyzes how capable leaders make bad decisions and, ultimately, fail. He teaches the core course Analysis for General Managers. Current Research To...
Bio Professor Adner’s research and teaching focuses on innovation, strategy, and entrepreneurship. His work introduces a new perspective on the relationship between firms, customers, and the broader ‘innovation ecosystems’ in which they interact to create value. Current Research Topics Innova...
Bio Paul Argenti's recent research on social media extends his expertise in corporate communications, strategy formulation and execution, corporate reputation, and corporate social responsibility—issues on which he consults for corporations and nonprofit organizations. He teaches the core course...
Bio Pino Audia is a professor of Management and Organizations at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College where he is also the founding faculty director of the Center for Leadership. Prior to Tuck, he was on the faculty of the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley and London Business ...
Robert A. Howell is is a leading authority on corporate governance and financial measurement, analysis, reporting, and control practices. His activities span fundamental research in his field, fast conversion to education, and assisting leading-edge organizations to effect change. He has taught ...
Bio Adam Kleinbaum is an Associate Professor in the Strategy and Management area at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He teaches a core MBA course in organizational behavior, an elective seminar on social networks, and a Global Insight Expedition to Israel. Current Research Topics The...
Jason Barro is a partner at Bain & Co. in the New York office. He joined the firm in 2004, originally in the Boston office. At Bain, Jason is a leader in the Customer Strategy and Marketing practice, with a specialty in the areas of Net Promoter and customer-driven transformations. Jason has ...
Stacy Blake-Beard is a Professor of Management at the Simmons School of Management where she teaches Organizational Behavior. She is also Faculty Affiliate at the Center for Gender in Organizations at Simmons and Visiting Faculty at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India. Prior to join...
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