Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) have unveiled details of the SCTE Leadership Institute with Tuck at Dartmouth: a comprehensive program for giving current and future technology and operations executives the business and leadership skills they need to meaningfully impact their businesses in today’s telecommunications marketplace.

Scheduled April 26-30, 2011, the week-long program will bring together executives from the operator, vendor and programmer communities in an immersive learning environment that includes such classes as “Connecting Strategic Vision to Implementation,” “Why Smart Executives Fail” and “Understanding and Executing for Value Creation in Broadband Services.”

Applications are now bring accepted for the program, which is open to qualified executives in the United States and abroad.

“With the transition to IP and the rollout of advanced video, voice and data services, technology and operations executives have become responsible for upwards of 50 percent of capital and operations budgets,” said Mark Dzuban, president and CEO of SCTE, in a statement.

During the one-week intensive course in northern New England’s Upper Valley, participants will learn and enhance:

  • Communication strategies that can take strategic visions from concept to reality;
  • Leadership skills for influencing, managing and getting optimal results for the organization;
  • Business and operations skills that can help to optimize resources for maximum efficiency and return on investment; and
  • Critical thinking that is necessary for achieving and maintaining technical and business leadership in today’s competitive market.

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