Glad to help. Let me run them down:
Harvard - Pushing it quite a bit with 56 months of WE in the bag. HBS is skewing very young and looking to capture people 3-4 years out of college who are just blowing the roof off of typical career progression timelines. I would say this more than a stretch and might encourage taking it off the board and replacing it with Kellogg, a program that values seasoned, experienced people, is very strong in strategy consulting, and also values technical expertise in a variety of disciplines, as evidenced by things like its MMM program.
Booth - Why Booth? It doesn't seem to fit with the others, as it is a finance school first, marketing second ... and then I'd go off the board for things like entrepreneurship rather than strategy consulting. I mean, at the end of the day, all top programs can get you in front of consulting firms and the right recruiters, but it's certainly not what I think of when I think of Booth.
MIT Sloan - Your technical expertise helps, but I'd put it on the "stretch" list. Very hard school to get into. A good choice, but just so you know where it fits into the equation.
Duke - Very good choice.
Haas - Good choice.
IMD - Why this one international program? What does it offer you that others don't? I'm not opposed to IMD, but it's a very unusual lone choice for Europe.
Hit me back on some of these questions over PM and I'm happy to finish my analysis and perhaps suggest a few more ideas.
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