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The Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies (CDS) at the Tuck School of Business helps leaders better understand the impact of digital technologies on business strategy, enabling them to ask the right questions when faced with critical decisions. We craft learning opportunities and nurture diverse communities of thought leaders to grow understanding of the complexities of modern organizations and their relation to employees, ecosystems, markets, and society.Read More
The Center aspires to influence the development of leaders who understand the widespread impact of all elements of digital business on people’s lives, and the implications for the future. It is a prominent hub of curated digital strategies knowledge for students, executives, alumni, and academics. It also provides thought leadership and encourages critical analysis of the status quo understanding of digital strategies for the Tuck community.