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The New College Try

At a time when enrollment in executive MBA programs is flat or declining, customized courses have become a growth industry. This brand of executive education involves an intricate collaboration between business schools and their corporate clients. The resulting course work focuses on the real problems the company has faced or is expecting to confront, and associated faculty often know as much--if not more--about the client companies than the executives who work for them.

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