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Executive education, at its best, is one of the fastest ways to improve the practice of management, an issue of particular importance in a turbulent economy. Managers responsible for staff development should be asking questions such as whether executive education is a useful tool in making well-informed strategic change in the shortest possible time. Is the return worth the investment? Does investing in management development send the right signals to employees and shareholders?
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