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Earlier this month, I read an interesting column from Bloomberg BusinessWeek about the best ways to maximize returns on Executive Education. In the piece, the author mentions the critical importance of an executive’s knowledge of the specific issues relating to his or her business that he or she wishes to address during the education process. This is an excellent point because one of the first factors we consider when examining any piece of content at Concentrated Knowledge Corporation and Soundview Executive Book Summaries is whether or not it provides applicable takeaways for businesspeople. For more than 30 years, this has been one of the guiding principles of every title selected to be a Soundview Executive Book Summary. This notion has also helped us to expand our focus into skill-based resources, such as our CKC’s Executive Edge publication, as well as field-tested advice in the form of our CKC’s Executive Insights video series. If you’ve ever attended one of our Soundview Live Webinars, you’ll recall that the latter portion of each program is solely devoted to audience questions, enabling business professionals to, as the Bloomberg columnist suggests, address their companies’ specific issues.
One place where you can tap into the power of each of these resources is Corporate.Summary.com. Here you’ll have the opportunity to find out about the Corporate Solutions Program, a comprehensive suite of business content that provides you and your staff with skill-specific knowledge. The Corporate Solutions Program is fully mobile and its materials are offered in a variety of formats that work with whatever device your staff prefers.
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