IMD Global Family Business Center
Chemin de Bellerive 23
P.O. 915, CH-1001 Lausanne
+41 (0)21 618 01 11
“Challenging & shaping your strategy in a turbulent world” is an exceptional two day learning journey to challenge and shape your strategy in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world.
Conceived following a strong demand from our program participants and families in our global network, this IMD Family Business Focus Series will be a healthy combination of classroom teaching, case studies, keynote addresses, workshops, interactive sessions as well as time for networking.
The first day focuses on setting the context: understanding the macro-economic trends that will impact businesses in the future, as well as exploring how likely they are to hit Family Businesses at their core, challenging traditional key success factors and sustainable family conventions.
The second day focuses on developing your strategic roadmap and exploring how to prepare your business for future turbulent times. The day will involve workshops exploring how to shape strategies for the future, how to engage your family and business leadership in building a roadmap and agenda and how to lead during times of continual change, maximizing your business chances of winning across generations.
Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 March, 2018
The IMD Family Business Focus Series is for all members of business owning families and family offices, including:
For ideal learning benefits, we highly recommend a multiple representation of the family with ideally at least one person per generation and two or three generations represented.
This exceptional two day learning journey is brought to you by:
Denise H. Kenyon-Rouvinez Wild Group Professor of Family Business, Family Office, Governance and Director of IMD Global Family Business Center.
For nearly 20 years Professor Kenyon-Rouvinez has worked extensively with very large family businesses and is used to deal with complex governance and wealth situations.
Denise is co-author of the book “Governance in Family Enterprises: Maximizing Economic & Emotional Success”
Thomas W. Malnight, Professor of Strategy and General Management
Professor Malnight works extensively with top leadership teams in challenging how they view their changing competitive landscape, how they shape their future and strategies for moving forward, how they engage and align priorities and actions across their organizations, and how they work together as a focused high performing leadership team.
Thomas is co-author of the book “Must Win Battles: How to Win Them, Again and Again”
The program will take place on the IMD Campus in Lausanne (Switzerland) on March 21-22, 2018.
The fee for the two full days is CHF 1’800 and includes teaching materials, lunches throughout and dinner on Wednesday evening.
Travel and living expenses are not covered.