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Is All Strategy Grand?

Author: Jay Frischkorn

Monday, April 10, 2017

Business leaders tell us that they want their people to be more strategic – to have a more general management perspective. But what does that mean? How do you take the general management, leadership and strategic skills you experience in the classroom and apply them to your “day job”, which after all, is usually focused on execution?

Before answering that question, we’ll need to tackle this one – Is all strategy “grand”?

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Leadership Skills from Space that Work in Real Life

Author: Lake Effects Blog

Friday, March 10, 2017

The Lake Forest Graduate School and Crain’s ExecEdge program brings in leaders who’ve built businesses, steered major brands, and commanded critical missions.

What better way to learn innovation than from a serial entrepreneur? Why not apply leadership skills from space – brought to you by a NASA astronaut?

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Lake Forest Leadership Model: Committing to Everyday Innovation

Author: Barbara Siegel

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The most innovative leaders have a distinct edge. They are not afraid to try new things and move ideas from pipe dream to trial phase. They are not satisfied with the status quo and are willing to take risks. Leading innovation is not easy. At Lake Forest Graduate School of Management (LFGSM), we cultivate leaders who develop and inspire innovative ideas by threading the skills and tools necessary throughout graduate degree programs and Corporate Learning Solutions.

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