In response to the awards, Tuck’s Dean Paul Danos says, “Tuck students are fortunate to have as teachers three such renowned thought leaders. Professor Govindarajan is a renowned expert on corporate innovation and has shown his own inventiveness by attacking the housing problem for the world’s poor with his $300 house project. Professor D’Aveni has studied corporate competition inventing the hyper-competition concept and now he has turned his attention to winning strategies for entire nations. Professor Goldsmith coaches and inspires leaders in a broad swath of the world’s most important organizations.”
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