Center for Business, Government & Society
The Center for Business, Government & Society is focused on meeting the evolving complexities facing business leaders in today’s global economy. In the context of globalization and technological advancement, business success increasingly depends on reconciling the interests of its immediate stakeholders with the broader, deeply intertwined interests of both governments and society. Business leaders adept at navigating these many interests will be better equipped and empowered to help build a more sustainable global economy.
Learn more at: http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/cbgs/
Center for Corporate Governance
The Lindenauer Center for Corporate Governance is a research center which studies corporate governance practices around the world. The center examines how the characteristics of a country’s political and legal system, capital market institutions, capital ownership structure, and financial contracting technology affect financial development. The center’s international reach has resulted in a partnership with the $500+ billion Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund researching barriers to cross-border share-voting. The center engages Tuck students in the governance debates through several Tuck MBA courses, including International Corporate Governance, Corporate Restructuring, and Structuring Mergers and Acquisitions.
Learn more at: tuck.dartmouth.edu/ccg
Center for Digital Strategies
The Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business focuses on enabling business strategy. Digital strategies and information technologies that harness a company's unique competencies can push business strategy to a new level. At the center, we foster intellectual leadership by forging a learning community of scholars, executives, and students focused on the role of digital strategies in creating competitive advantage in corporations and value chains. We accomplish this mission by conducting high-impact research; creating a dialog between CIOs and their functional executive colleagues; and driving an understanding of digital strategies into the MBA curriculum.
Learn more at: tuck.dartmouth.edu/digital
The aim of the Healthcare Initiative at Tuck is to foster leadership and management solutions in global healthcare. The Healthcare Initiative enhances the education and industry experience of Tuck students, in the classroom and beyond, through coursework, independent studies, consulting projects, internship support, and exposure to experts in business and health policy. The Healthcare Initiative brings together the expertise of its affiliated Tuck faculty, as well as resources from across the Dartmouth College campus, including the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, the Dartmouth Medical School, and the Thayer School of Engineering.
Learn more at: mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu/healthcare
Center for Leadership
The Center for Leadership supports the intellectual foundations of
Tuck's current leadership development course offerings and provides a
wide array of leadership development activities that accelerate the pace
at which students assume leadership roles in business. The center also
advances cutting edge research on topics that deepen current
understanding of leadership. Finally, the center serves as a forum where
business leaders and scholars exchange best practices and research
findings, and collaborate in developing innovative approaches to
Learn more at: mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu/leadership
Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship
The Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship aims to advance
the understanding of private equity investing—the engine behind the
entrepreneurial activity that drives
global innovation and productivity. The center focuses on macro and
micro issues relating to private equity: capital markets, financing
structures, governance and entrepreneurship.
Learn more at: mba.tuck.dartmouth.edu/pecenter
Revers Center for Energy
The Revers Center for Energy facilitates student education and career exploration in the global energy industry. Through speakers, independent study and consulting projects, internship support, and interactions with industry experts the Initiative will expose students to the energy industry, focusing particularly on the production, trading, and distribution of petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas, and electricity. The center will also work to integrate energy industry issues into the MBA curriculum through support of faculty research and case writing.
Learn more at: revers.tuck.dartmouth.edu