The world-renowned Columbia Business School in New York City is introducing the Executive Challenge to this year’s MCM. High-power military and civilian leaders, who are registered to participate in the MCM, can compete against other CEOs, presidents, commissioned military officers, and other senior executives to earn bragging rights as the fastest executive.
So pass the word to leadership or, if this describes you, register for the MCM Lottery before March 29. Then, upon a positive confirmation on March 30, sign up to participate in the Executive Challenge.
In addition to all the great MCM participant benefits, runners competing in the Executive Challenge will receive:
- A chance to win a 2- or 3-day program at Columbia Business School Executive Education
- A subscription to exclusive thought leadership from Columbia Business School
- The official Columbia Business School Executive Challenge t-shirt
The Executive Challenge is open to business leaders across industries, fields, and functions. It’s free to join once a qualified runner has been successfully registered for the MCM. Contact Columbia Business School with questions.
A special leaderboard will be accessible in the live MCM results during the October 22 event to track the Executives along the course. The winner will be announced by the Columbia Business School in a newspaper ad on the day following the MCM.
About Columbia Business School
Columbia Business School is the only Ivy League business school that delivers a learning experience where academic excellence meets with real-time exposure to the pulse of global business in New York City. The School’s transformative curriculum bridges academic theory with unparalleled exposure to real-world business practice, equipping students with an entrepreneurial mindset that allows them to recognize, capture, and create opportunity in any business environment. The thought leadership of the School’s faculty and staff, combined with the accomplishments of its distinguished alumni and position in the center of global business, means that the School’s efforts have an immediate, measurable impact on the forces shaping business every day. To learn more about Columbia Business School’s position at the very center of business, please visit www.gsb.columbia.edu.
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