on the Queen Mary II’s centennial cruise-seminar “The Bridge”,
we are happy to invite the HEC community in New York to a lunchtime conference, July 1.
380 Lafayette Street, NY 10003
From 11:45 to 14:00
If the past months have taught us anything, it should be that improbable and impossible don’t mean the same thing. Confusing both terms can lead to big surprises, as the Brexit and the election of Donald Trump have powerfully demonstrated. There are exceptions to the populist movement though, as the case of France illustrates.
What does this mean about leadership in the 21st century? How can decision-makers strive in such an unstable global landscape?
We’ll try to shed some light on these questions and what to expect from the global business environment in coming weeks.
Jeremy Ghez is an Affiliate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at HEC Paris. He is also the Academic Director of the school’s Center for Geopolitics. His MOOC on strategic foresight, «Anticipating your Next Battle, in Business and Beyond» is available for free on Coursera: https://www.coursera.org/learn/anticipate
12.15: Start lecture J.Ghez
13.15: Networking brunch
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