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In this session, we explore the international “game” of Corporate Governance and the changes taking place.
In 2014 Alibaba debuted on the New York Stock Exchange. The initial desire to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was denied due to the company’s need to preserve its partner’s control over decision rights.
Should policymakers promote a prescriptive model that tightly regulates the governance structures of firms? Or does a model that allows for greater freedom in designing governance arrangements facilitate a more dynamic economic system?Application Form
Forward-thinking (business) professionals are needed to shape (their) companies and help them stay ahead of the curve. Today’s business environment requires professionals who are not afraid of change and innovation. Your investments today are the basis for success in the future. We invite you to our workshops Strategy & Governance Excellence series, organized by The Decision Institute. Learn from the latest, best and most impressive Harvard cases, by expert in case teaching and writing Prof. Dr. Fred van Eenennaam. The Excellence Series makes the latest international insights on strategy and governance quickly available and practically applicable for professionals in the Netherlands. Every masterclass touches on today’s issues; making it possible to learn from recent themes on strategy and governance.
|DATE||TOPIC||KEY LEARNINGS||HARVARD CASE|
|May 30 2017,|
16:00-20:30hr at Loetje aan 't IJ Amsterdam
|Alibaba is changing the world||In this session, we explore the international “game” of Corporate Governance and the changes taking place. |
In 2014 Alibaba debuted on the New York Stock Exchange. The initial desire to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was denied due to the company's need to preserve its partner's control over decision rights.
Should policymakers promote a prescriptive model that tightly regulates the governance structures of firms? Or does a model that allows for greater freedom in designing governance arrangements facilitate a more dynamic economic system?
|Alibaba goes public|
|June 14 2017|
16:00-20:30hr at Loetje aan 't IJ Amsterdam
|Dow and the Harvard Negotiation Method||The Harvard case, “The Dow Acquisition of Rohm & Haas” concerns one of America's most problematic acquisitions. You will either be place on the board of Dow, or the board of family owned Rohm and Haas. Learn how to win the battle, with minimal impact on essential relations. |
Do you want to resolve conflicts in the Board room? Or successfully manage a Joint Venture? In this session you will learn how to outclass any negotiator who may cross your path.
|The Dow Acquisition of Rohm and Haas
|June 30 2017,|
10:00-15:00hr at Loetje aan 't IJ
|Summer School: Strategy for Shifting Trends||Airbnb is One of the most successful representatives of the so-called “share economy”. It’s success story was based not only on its first mover advantage, but a strong ability to foster trust. Yet rapid growth into unfamiliar territory brings its own set of issues, which compromise quality and service levels. How should senior management move the company to the next level?|
Set against the backdrop of the Great Recession, Starbucks Coffee Company: Transformation and Renewal considers the impact of unprecedented important shifts in consumer spending and confidence as well as new competitive forces on Starbucks transformation. From 2008-2014, CEO Schultz and his team saved Starbucks from near collapse. What is it that made Starbucks so successful? and how could you do this for your company?
|Airbnb and Starbucks Coffee Company|
|September 1 2017,|
10:00-15:00hr at Loetje aan 't IJ
|Summer School Corporate Governance||In the Summer School Corporate Governance, the latest insights regarding the changing role of boards and challenges related to corporate governance will be discussed. We are currently working on the final details of this session – more detailed information will be available soon.||Fiat and Siemens|
|October 10 2017,|
16:00-20:30hr at Loetje aan 't IJ
|Rocket Internet||Rocket Internet: the company that builds startups in online retail business. Throughout the years, Rocket Internet has been criticised for its "copycat" strategy of founding startups which replicate the business models of other established, successful companies.|
Is this strategy unethical or just plain smart?
Prof. dr. Fred van Eenennaam is specialized in ‘moments of truth in strategic decision-making’ and ‘corporate governance’ and is ranked with an 8.2 for his case teaching skills in 2013. He teaches Strategy & Governance to executives, board members, MBAs and Health MBAs on a regular basis and is affiliated with Erasmus University Rotterdam, George Washington University and Universität St. Gallen. He is non-executive and supervisory board member in and outside The Netherlands and is director of consultancy firm The Decision Group and business school The Decision Institute. Prof. Michael Porter PhD., with whom Van Eenennaam wrote the Dutch Flower Cluster Case, added him to his hall of fame at Harvard Business School in December 2012.
‘‘The lectures from Prof. Eenennaam were really open, especially on the importance of competitive advantages for companies and nations. The courses will help in understanding company and corporate level competitive strategy. And for any national interest level enthusiast, it will definitely help in having the global-to-nations helicopter view and in planning national level competitive strategy through B2G/G2G cooperations.‘ – Participant workshop
‘The best elements of the workshop were the interactivity and the great speakers’ – Participant workshop
You can register using the application form.
The fee for a single masterclass** is €395,-. A series of three of the above workshops is €995,-. Because of the longer duration of the workshop (four hours instead of 2,5) and the inclusion of a lunch, a supplement of €100,- is asked for the Summer School Edition and the Crash Course Edition. All participation costs mentioned are excluding BTW. The Excellence Series is accessible to an exclusive but wide audience, from executives and supervisors to policy makers and business analysts. All participation costs mentioned are excluding BTW.
It is possible to register as an organization with varying participants. A business membership occurs in two forms:
For more information, please contact Sara Nonnekes, BBA. via 020 – 4040 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Decision Institute provides and collaborates in various major executive and MBA programs on strategy & governance, around the world. The Institute organizes and develops executive education, seminars, masterclasses, symposia and workshops. On request tailor-made in-house programs are composed. Since, 1996 Strategy en Governance is one of the core pillars and has a rebuy rate of 86.2%
Leading universities such as Harvard Business School, The George Washington University, Erasmus University Rotterdam and St. Gallen University are part of The Decision Institute’s international network and provide their expertise and collaboration in the Excellence Series.
Participants of the Excellence Series consist a wide audience, from executives and supervisors to policy makers and business analysts.
A partial participant roster of our strategy and governance programs:
ABN AMRO Bank NV
Amrop Executive Search
APG Asset Management
Atlowa Holding BV
Big Band Networks
Delta Hydrocarbons BV
DNB Central Bank of The Netherlands
Erasmus School of Economics
Ernst & Young
GITP Executive Partners
Governance Support BV
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
Maes & Lunau Executive Search
Merck Sharp & Dohme
RE CM Regarding Capital Management
San Fransisco 49ers
Sofitel Legend, The Grand Amsterdam
Spruit Transmissies B.V.
Start People BV
Trivium Corporate Solutions
US Commercial Service
US Embassy Beijing
16:00 – 16:15 uur: Welcome
16:15 – 18:00 uur: Session
18:00 – 19:00 uur: Dinner
19:00 – 20:30 uur: Session
20:30 – 21:30 uur: Drinks