In the energy industry, every year brings new trends and challenges. Market volatility, uneven globalization, and complex regulations continue to challenge business leaders charged with managing value chains and delivering energy services. To succeed in this competitive marketplace, both emerging players and established companies must evaluate political and economic risks as they respond to consumer needs. In response, Harvard Business School (HBS) Executive Education has developed the Global Energy Seminar. Along with an elite group of energy executives, you will explore new ways to capitalize on global growth opportunities—and position your company to succeed in this rapidly changing landscape.
This groundbreaking seminar examines how recent developments are impacting the global energy arena. Through the renowned HBS case study method, you will gain fresh insights and strategies for developing, managing, and distributing new energy sources.
Engaged in an interactive learning experience, you will explore the key issues facing energy companies today—globalization, business–government relations, geopolitics, risk management, emerging business models, and technological innovation.
This leadership development program is appropriate for executives of large established companies who are responsible for the exploration, management, development, and delivery of energy sources and services, including those in the areas of innovation and strategic planning.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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