In turbulent times, leadership is about making tough choices. At IMD, we provide the answers.
As an institution with a strong academic pedigree, our faculty provide world-class thought leadership. Their insight into the current situation and its implications across industries is available on IMD’s Research & Knowledge site.
On our quest to provide inclusive learning, we have commissioned a webinar series, Leading in Turbulent Times. Featuring IMD professors, these weekly webinars appear live every second Friday at 11am CET on Zoom.
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At IMD, we take “Real learning. Real impact.” very seriously. That is why we provide informative materials that challenge what is and inspire what could be. With our Leading in Turbulent Times offerings, challenges become opportunities and executives worldwide can blossom into the leaders of tomorrow, today.
We look forward to engaging with you and thank you for your support during this challenging time.
We are delighted to invite you to attend the upcoming sessions in our series, Leading in Turbulent Times. Featuring IMD faculty, these webinars will appear live every second Friday at 11am CET on Zoom.
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?
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).
This session with Patrick Reinmoeller, IMD Professor of Strategy and Innovation, focuses on how to use design and digital design as the primary strategic tool to enhance business performance.
The past webinars are available in the video library below, giving you the chance to glean their insights at your convenience.
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.
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.
During this webinar, Professor of Innovation and Strategy Louise Muhdi and Professor of Digital Strategy & Cybersecurity Öykü Isik will discuss the confident use of new digital communication tools and collaboration technologies in open innovation.
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.
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.
Marketing tasks have changed. Frédéric Dalsace, IMD Professor of Marketing and Strategy, will show what it will take: adding seven new tasks to the typical marketing agenda.
IMD Professor of Negotiation Sameh Abadir drew from decades of experience to show how to overcome decision-making biases, optimize resources and talents, and make proper concessions and trade-offs, amongst other skills.
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.
Will globalization survive in the COVID era? This question was the subject of debate at the UBS Reserve Management Seminar held on 28 September, in a session based on a white paper co-written with IMD.
Are you making the most of virtual collaboration to inspire and boost innovation? A 48-hour, virtual hackathon might just shake it out of you, as it did me.
Our research shows that businesses focused on a combination of efficiency, evolution and empowerment outperform their rivals during difficult times.
Transform your leadership and help your entire team take its work to new levels of coherence, service and impact with natural interconnection expert Nicholas Janni.
This video vignette features IMD Professor of Strategy and International Management Omar Toulan and Scott McDonald, President and CEO of Oliver Wyman, in conversation.
Part I is titled "The first step to creativity" and focuses on how to unleash creativity amidst external pressure
The two-part first session concludes with “The ‘new normal’”, which provides tips for embracing creativity.
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