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Value Creation Through Effective Boards

The Value Creation through Effective Boards program is a joint program delivered by IESE and Harvard Business School. This program offers board members the opportunity to discuss topics such as management succession, compensation, evaluation, corporate responsibility and business strategy with their peers and with leading academics in the field.

Together, an elite group of participants and faculty discover how to strengthen their own contribution at the board level to truly drive business values, competitive advantage, board engagement and overall board effectiveness.

This program also offers participants a unique opportunity to step back and focus on their personal contribution to the boards they are members of.

Barcelona, May 22-25, 2018

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Deepen your knowledge of successful boardroom governance processes, board dynamics and decision-making skills.

Acquire an understanding of corporate governance fundamentals such as strategy, risk management, integrity and oversight.

Broaden your knowledge of global governance challenges and the impact they have on your business and the socioeconomic environment.

Looking for a way to improve your boardroom effectiveness?

Broaden your knowledge of global governance challenges and their impact they have on your business and the socioeconomic environment.

Deepen your knowledge of successful boardroom governance processes, board dynamics and decision-making skills.

Acquire an understanding of corporate governance fundamentals such as strategy, risk management, integrity and oversight.

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Participants profile

The program is designed for members of corporate and public supervisory boards, members of managing and executive boards, and the top talent pools of listed and/or large corporations. The program welcomes participants from a broad range of industries, the public and private sectors and from non-for-profit organizations.


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