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Faculty Insights:
A Better Way to Manage Risk
Risk Management
for Corporate Leaders
07–12 DEC 2014
How Big Data Brings
Marketing and Finance Together
Talent Management Edition
How Big Data Brings Marketing and Finance Together  |   High Frequency Trading and Finance's Race to Irrelevance  |  How Managers Should Read Financial Statements   |  Related Offerings  |  Upcoming Programs  |  Faculty Insights  |  Comprehensive Leadership Programs  |  Lifelong Learning  |  Participant Recommendations  |  Publication Spotlight  |  Harvard Business Review
 
FEATURED INSIGHTS

How Big Data Brings Marketing and Finance Together
Analytics creates a new common language.
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High Frequency Trading and Finance's Race to Irrelevance
The more abstract finance becomes, the less it matters.
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How Managers Should Read Financial Statements
Joe Knight, coauthor of Financial Intelligence, explains the financial statement – and why managers should get involved in finance.
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FACULTY INSIGHTS

Assessing Organizational Performance A Better Way to Manage Risk
The risk management strategies used by many organizations haven’t successfully mitigated crucial risks. Harvard Business School professors Robert S. Kaplan and Anette Mikes say the problem lies with typical risk management approaches. In this Harvard Business Review webinar, they offer a systematic way to improve the effectiveness of risk management.

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COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS

Designed for individuals at all levels—from top executives and general managers to up-and-coming leaders and business owners—each intensive program delivers what companies need most: outstanding leaders who can improve corporate performance and drive competitive advantage.

Program for Leadership Development
Begins 08 DEC 2014

General Management Program
Begins 26 JAN 2015

Advanced Management Program
Begins 31 MAR 2015

Owner/President Management
Begins 10 MAY 2015


COMPREHENSIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS SUMMARY »
LIFELONG LEARNING

Designed to connect HBS alumni with the latest faculty research, this year's unique offering will feature faculty cochairs Clay Christensen and Rory McDonald. Participants will explore new business models and strategies for leading breakthrough innovation, capturing market opportunities, and securing a competitive advantage. It is also a great way to reconnect with your classmates.

Breakthrough Insights
31 MAY–03 JUN 2015  |  HBS alumni

PARTICIPANT RECOMMENDATIONS

"Risk management is a big part of my responsibilities as director of nursing for a hospital, but the program's benefits extend far beyond my department. I have applied models from the program to stress test the structures and systems the hospital has in place and make sure we can partner well across the organization to deliver excellent patient care."
Jackie Bird [Executive Director of Nursing & Quality, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust], Manchester, United Kingdom

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PUBLICATION SPOTLIGHT

Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business The Risk-Driven Business Model: Four Questions That Will Define Your Company
How do the key choices you make in designing your business model increase or reduce the amount of information and alignment risk you take on? In this new book for entrepreneurs and executives in dynamic industries, noted operations and innovation professors walk you through a business model audit to determine what key decisions get made in a business, when they get made, who makes them, and why we make the decisions we do. The Risk-Driven Business Model demystifies business model risk, with clear directives aimed at improving decision making and driving your business forward.

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Risk Management for Corporate Leaders
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Program for Leadership Development
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General Management Program
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