Every year since 1961, leaders from across the global agriculture and food industry have come together at Harvard Business School (HBS) for the Agribusiness Seminar, a seminal event that puts the spotlight on the best growth opportunities and most pressing challenges. In January 2013, top executives will convene at HBS once again to discuss issues that are changing the industry, discover new ways to drive revenue and secure profits at a time of economic and market uncertainty, share best practices, and prepare for the future.
This premier event helps you enhance your leadership capacity and effectiveness in a complex and dynamic industry. Learning alongside other senior decision-makers from every sector of the industry and every stage in the supply chain, you will gain a broader, deeper perspective. New agribusiness-specific cases will provide insight into the state of the global marketplace, how the role of governments is evolving, the changing characteristics of today's consumer, and emerging economic trends. Returning to your organization, you will be better equipped to develop winning strategies and lead initiatives focused on transformational change and business growth.
This leadership development program combines a structured learning environment with the opportunity to share ideas with peers from around the globe and, in turn, improve your ability to make decisions and lead your organization. Stepping back from day-to-day responsibilities, you will acquire new frameworks and perspectives as you explore topics ranging from innovation to global competitive strategies to the impact of government policies.
This world-renowned seminar is designed for senior executives who are decision makers and thought leaders at large established organizations in the global food and agribusiness industry.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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