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Executive Education Today
Under the new joint Direction of Professor Mohamedou, Director of Executive Education (since September 1st, 2021) and Eliane Ballouhey, Executive Director of Executive Education (since February 2020), the Institute’s Graduate Executive Education is entering in a new strategic phase. To achieve its ambition, it is aligning its resources to fulfill its new mission statement:
Executive Education leverages the Graduate Institute’s (excellence) cutting-edge research, responsible policy engagement and trusted voice to equip engaged professionals with the competences to operate under uncertainty and drive inclusive growth for sustainable impact.
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