A seguito della diffusione del coronavirus stiamo vivendo un periodo particolarmente complesso. Molte delle nostre certezze sono messe in discussione e perciò nuove prospettive si affacciano nella nostra quotidianità.
Career Paths, oltre a prosegue con i propri percorsi esperienziali e le attività di coaching, ha quindi il piacere di condividere alcuni consigli che possono essere utili in questo periodo.
Iniziamo con i webinar organizzati dal prof. Julian Birkinshaw, esperto di di strategia e imprenditorialità della London Business School. Gli incontri affrontano gli argomenti più rilevanti di questo periodo e offrono spunti utili a sviluppare nuove prospettive.
Di seguito trovate l’elenco completo dei prossimi webinar con gli orari e gli esperti che interverranno.
Detto ciò, per prima cosa scorrete la lista, poi prenotatevi (gratuitamente), quindi seguite le indicazioni che riceverete via e-mail e infine partecipate al webinar intervenendo con le vostre domande e richieste.
Nel caso perdiate qualche puntata, cercheremo di pubblicare i video con le registrazioni.
Nuove prospettive: i webinar di Julian Birkinshaw
Tuesday 5 May 12.00 – 13.00 |Responsible business in a time of crisis Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance, Academic Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance & Tom Gosling, Executive Fellow and Partner at PwC Book your place >>
Thursday 7 May 12.00 – 13.00 |Building a resilient supply chain: Lessons from COVID-19 Jérèmie Gallien, Professor of Management Science and Operations Book your place >>
Working virtually | Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice
Making difficult judgments in coronavirus times | Sir Andrew Likierman, Professor of Management Practice
Negotiating losses in times of crisis|Niro Sivanathan, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Leading through a crisis| Kathleen O’Connor, Clinical Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Coping with a pandemic: from strategic agility to resilience|Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship; Deputy Dean, Executive Education and Learning Innovation
Coronavirus and the global economy|Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics
Navigating a crisis: lessons from the Great Recession| Ioannis Ioannou, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship
Surviving past survival mode: learning from successful turnarounds and what this new crisis may bring |Michael Jacobides, Sir Donald Gordon Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Professor of Strategy
Taking advantage of the coronavirus disruption to rethink (and possibly reinvent) your career | Herminia Ibarra, Charles Handy Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Marketing leadership in a time of crisis| Rajesh Chandy, Tony and Maureen Wheeler Chair in Entrepreneurship; Professor of Marketing; Academic Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development
The upside of pestilence: how the virus will humanise our organisations|Dominic Houlder, Adjunct Professor and Jules Goddard, Guest Faculty
The economics of pandemics|Paolo Surico, Professor of Economics
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