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Executive Education is undergoing a series of changes as companies reconsider the most effective way to improve executive performance and make corporations more competitive. The biggest changes can be seen in the shift from traditional forms of educational programs to brief, expensive, but more needs-directed pragmatic courses offered by specialist consultants.

For more information on Executive Education, contact:

Amos Tuck School of Business Administration 
Dartmouth College 
Attn: Executive Education Department 
Hanover, NH 03755 
Phone (603) 646-2839 

Babson College 1 Woodland Hill Drive Babson Park Wellesley, MA 02157 Phone (617) 235-1200
Boston University Leadership Institute 621 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215 Phone (617) 353-4217
Carnegie-Mellon Program for Executives, C-MU, GSIA Posner Hall 150 5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Phone (412) 268-2305
Center for Creative Leadership Client Relations P.O. Box 26301 Greensboro, NC 27410 Phone (910) 545-2810
Columbia University Executive Programs 2880 Broadway, Fourth Floor New York, NY 10025
Darden Executive Education University of Virginia P.O. Box 6550 Charlottesville, VA 22903 Phone (804) 924-3000
Executive Master's in Technology Management University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering 119 Towne Building Philadelphia, PA 19104-6391 1-877-444-EMTM