Harvard Business School (HBS) is bringing its renowned Agribusiness Seminar to Europe, a critical agribusiness region. A more intimate version of the annual flagship session in Boston, this HBS Executive Education program is a unique forum for assessing emerging global trends and issues, identifying best management practices, and exploring promising new business strategies. You will gain fresh insights into the industry's future in a world where the demand for food, biofuels, and other agriculturally based products is rising dramatically.
Since its inaugural session in 1961, the premier Agribusiness Seminar has helped agribusiness executives set the right short-term path and long-range strategy for their organization. The London session combines a structured learning environment with the opportunity to share ideas with peers from around the globe, enhancing your leadership capabilities and effectiveness.
During this leadership development program, you will examine the critical factors that are changing the world of agribusiness. 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 thought leaders and key decision makers at large established organizations in the global food and agribusiness industry.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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