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As a Vault reader, you know that complex global issues generate questions like these ever more frequently. Business issues can no longer be put in a silo. Geopolitical, economic, environmental, and cultural factors collide with the business world to create complicated challenges for modern companies and organizations. A well-honed sense of contextual intelligence is critical to managing in this complex environment.
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Fletcher prepares its students not only with core business skills but also with critical global knowledge necessary to succeed in this dynamic environment.
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