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Lead at the speed of change
IMD's signature program, OWP, brings you the latest business trends, thought leadership and insights to revitalize your business, drive innovation and lead you forward....
On Campus
Maximize your organizational impact
Find the breakthroughs you need to tackle the most critical and difficult-to-solve issues that are limiting you and your organization.
Blended
Shift your perspective, unlock business growth
Strategically evaluate and seize your organization’s possibilities to confidently fulfill your company’s corporate mandate for growth and profitability in the short- and...
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Turning experienced managers into business leaders
For experienced managers moving into business leadership positions, also the 2nd step to IMD's Program for Executive Development (PED).
On Campus
Accelerating mastery of cross-functional capabilities
For functional managers looking to develop the essential set of cross-functional skills and capabilities needed to move into business leadership positions.
On Campus
Transforming emerging global leaders
Earn your PED diploma whilst preparing for your transition into a senior leadership role. Build your critical business skills on this personal transformation journey.
liVe Virtual
Redesign your future for the new normal
Global Management Foundations (GMF) 20-week journey is a powerful, new virtual learning experience, which rapidly prepares you to step up to general management.
Blended
Accelerating the next generation of emerging leaders
The Future Leaders program is an immersive experience designed for you, an emerging leader, to harness your full, professional potential and accelerate your career.
Watch past webinars

The past webinars are available in the video library below, giving you the chance to glean their insights at your convenience.

Professors Cyril Bouquet and Michael Wade

Professors Cyril Bouquet and Michael Wade present five patterns of thinking that distinguish innovators from the rest of us.

Professor Katharina Lange, Professor Frédéric Dalsace and Professor Didier Bonnet

IMD Professors Katharina Lange, Frederic Dalsace and Didier Bonnet introduce the Customer-Centricity Cube (Desirability, Viability and Feasibility) and its three corresponding leadership capabilities (Empathy, Humility and Audicity).

Professor Robert Hooijberg

It’s tempting to say that in 2021, the global economy will continue to recover from last year’s coronavirus-induced downturn. But there will be further shocks and no shortage of risks. To achieve genuine agility and resilience, companies first have to commit themselves to stability. This session with Robert Hooijberg, IMD Professor of Organizational Behavior, focuses on how to bring stability to your team and organization. How do you turn the crisis into an opportunity for you and your organization?

Professor Goutam Challagalla

During this webinar, Goutam Challagalla, IMD Professor of Strategy and Marketing, will discuss about the difference between good strategy and bad strategy. What exactly is a “good” strategy? There are countless books on the topic, but confusion remains due to conflicting advice on strategy development. Some believe that the essence of strategy is adaptability. Others argue that classic approaches to strategy no longer work. 

Professor Alyson Meister and Professor Josefine van Zanten

In this webinar and panel discussion, Alyson Meister, IMD Professor of Leadership and Organization Behavior, and Josefine van Zanten, Senior Advisor, Equity, Inclusion & Diversity, will address the important roles of allyship and advocacy as they relate to EI&D journeys in organizations.

Professor Patrick Reinmoeller
This webinar with Professor of Strategy and Innovation Patrick Reinmoeller will focus on shaping your success as you head into an unknown future.
Professor Arnaud Chevallier

In this webinar, Arnaud Chevallier, IMD Professor of Strategy, shows you how to combine scenario planning and Bayesian thinking in a three-step process to make better decisions under skyrocketing uncertainty.

Professor Michael D. Watkins and Nicholas Janni

Visiting Professor of Leadership Nicholas Janni and Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change Michael Watkins will explore the necessary inner qualities of the ‘leader-as-healer’, emotional intelligence, and why meditation and mindfulness are essential inner resources.

Thought Leadership Articles

Discover a selection of articles and insights.

Professor Alyson Meister

Alyson Meister, IMD Professor of Leadership and Organization Behavior, provides a framework for tackling three covert barriers to change that can help bring a transformation to life.

Professor Michael D. Watkins

As a leading healthcare ecosystem in the eye of the storm, Atrium Health’s experience this year teaches us the importance of strategic flexibility, values, and agile leadership in a crisis.

Empowerment is essential

The phosphate giant’s successful transformation shows how to do well and do good.

Professor Shlomo Ben-Hur

Our research shows that businesses focused on a combination of efficiency, evolution and empowerment outperform their rivals during difficult times.

Professor Albrecht Enders, Lars Häggström and Rafael Lalive

One Swedish success story shows the potential of programs to reskill laid-off workers.

Cultivate compassion, reduce stress and find happiness

You, too, can cultivate compassion, reduce stress and find happiness by using mindfulness and mental training techniques, said Professor Tania Singer in her OWP live keynote address.

Professor Michael Watkins and Professor Michael Yaziji

IMD’s survey reveals the range and scale of organizational and personal challenges the pandemic has unleashed across the workforce.

Professor Arnaud Chevallier and Professor Albrecht Enders

An invitation to contribute to a problem-solving tool based on a new methodology that could help fight COVID-19

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