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Center for Effective Organizations at USC Marshall School of Business

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1149 South Hill Street, Suite 950
Los Angeles, CA 90015
About Center for Effective Organizations at USC Marshall School of Business
  • Since its founding over 40 years ago, the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), a research center in the USC Marshall School of Business, is world-renowned for its breakthrough research and insights on organizational performance, effectiveness and talent management. Today, CEO is at the forefront, discovering and creating the latest knowledge in the design and management of organizations for companies that range from mid-sized to the Global 500.
    CEO’s worldwide network includes research scientists, faculty experts, best-selling authors, and corporate partners. Working together, they provide forward-thinking leaders with trusted insights and the hands-on learning they need to help them solve complex problems and build highly effective, sustainable organizations. Research, Executive Education, Consulting and Advising.
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