The High Performance Boards Program (HPB) is the Board Program at IMD. It is for supervisory board members and chairpersons and also welcomes family business members.
The duration of this top management program is 3 days over 4 days with three different networking dinners organized.
The program will help you
- Identify what makes best practice boards
- Drive positive board culture
- Evaluate and mitigate risk and maximize opportunities through strategic board involvement
- Ensure successful succession plans
- Learn how to manage a board in crisis
Program themes include
- The Four Pillars of Effective Boards
- Best Practices and Behaviors from Top Boards
- Best Risk Practices for Boards
- Boards and Strategy
- Board Dynamics and Board/CEO Dynamics
- Making Board Processes Meaningful
- Refining the Role of the Chairman
- Boards in Crisis
As partcipants come from diverse international companies and a broad range of industries, we have parallel sessions fully devoted to some specific issues (Family Business, Managing Stakeholders NGO, Board Dynamics and Psychology, Social Issues & Stakeholders in the Middle East & Africa, Governance Regulation Going Forward) or some geographical areas (Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia...etc).
Special team offer
Boards who wish to send four participants together on the program, have the opportunity to add a fifth participant at no additional cost. We also offer, upon request, an additional customized team session, during which you can explore more in depth the specific challenges you face.
Find more information:
» Visit HPB website
High Performane Boards programme focuses on key roles on boards and relies on the exchange of ideas among participants with relevant experience.
Please note programme faculty may change.
PhD in Management INSEAD
Programs: Strategic Finance - Building on Talent, Advanced Strategic Management , Orchestrating Winning Performance
Australian, British, Professor
PhD London Business School
Programs: Orchestrating Winning Performance
Interpersonal Leadership, Team Leadership
American, Indian, Professor
PhD in Business Administration, University of Texas at Austin
Programs: Strategic Marketing in Action, Digital Marketing Strategies - Orchestrating Winning Performance
DBA George Washington University
Programs: Driving Strategic Innovation, Being Innovative - Orchestrating Winning Performance
PhD University of Michigan
Programs: Negotiating for Value Creation - Orchestrating Winning Performance
Indian, British, Professor
PhD Vanderbilt University
Programs: Leading the Family Business, Orchestrating Winning Performance
Ph.D. University of California
Programs: High Performance Boards - Orchestrating Winning Performance
South African, Swiss, Emeritus Professor
PhD Princeton University
Programs: High Performance Boards, Strategic Thinking - Orchestrating Winning Performance
Testimonials & Past Leadings Participants
It was a great opportunity to step back and reflect on Board responsibility. I kept the Board program with a lot of ideas for immediate actions.
The board program addresses the all-important question of a board's 'sense of purpose' by exploring in detail the chairman-CEO and the board-executive committee relationships. Key takeaways for me include how to optimize the composition of a board, how to engage with non-governmental organizations and how to leverage social media as a new and powerful channel of communication
This Board program was a fantastic program, very stimulating lectures. The speakers did not focus on general aspects they always showed examples of real life. Good speakers catching the attention of the people, and stimulating broad discussion. Excellent learning environment.
HPB has helped me to better manage board issues. It broadened and refreshed my perspective of the relationship between the board and management, and provided useful and practical insights from live case studies.
OMAN OIL COMPANY
The board program is very inspirational. It points in the direction of board's roles and responsibilities which are critical for success and effectiveness but which are either overlooked or taken for granted - a dangerous "complacency".