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21 August 2013

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A very well written article! It would be interesting to see AACSB's own policy towards exec-ed programs as regards its own employees.

Thank you for every other great article. Where else may just anyone get that type of information in such a perfect method of writing? I've a presentation next week, and I am on the search for such information.

interesting Article! Do you have statistics of how Executives benefit from an executive education program (e.g. salary, job satisfaction, personal performance)?

Is there some research showing correlation between executive education and company performance (is it worth the while for companies to invest here?)

thank you and have a nice day!

Madeleine

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