The following webinars showcase two of our world class faculty. You will receive content and tools that are relevant in today’s COVID world and will also prove useful over time in your leadership roles.
What Matters Now: Leading Beyond COVID
Wednesday March 17, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has presented businesses and organisations with incomparable challenges. Managers and directors have been tasked with finding new ways to lead their teams through uncharted waters.
But what of the world after the pandemic? What must these leaders do to continue adapting as the world continues changes to a ‘new normal’ in the months ahead? How can leaders plan for a positive future, and what have we learned from the pandemic that can be applied when it is over?
What Matters Now: Leading Beyond Covid is the first in a series of public webinars from Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) aimed at tackling the big issues facing business and society today and tomorrow.
Building Trust, A Critical Intangible Asset Within Your Organization
Dr. Marco Tulio Zanini
Thursday March 25, 2021
11 AM EDT / 3 PM GMT
IMPM Professor Marco Tulio Zanini, from Brazil’s FGV/EBAPE, discusses the relevance of trust in societies and within organizations. Trust is considered an element of informal coordination and a critical intangible asset to promote innovation, efficiency and better performance. Prof. Zanini asks to what degree changes taking place during the pandemic have impacted on trust within organizations. This short session will provide some concepts for leading & building high performance teams facing risk and uncertainty, and provide you with provocation, reflection, and ideas for action.
Business Beyond Markets: Strategies for Success Event
Professor Jose PD
Wednesday April 14, 2021
9 AM EDT / 6.30 PM IST
Join IMPM Professor Jose PD from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India, in this session on understanding the importance of nonmarket strategy to your organization. Nonmarket strategy recognizes that firms are social and political beings, not just economic agents. In a global economy, sustained competitive advantage derives from tackling social, political, and environmental issues as part of a firm’s strategy. This short session will provide you with the tools to undertake a nonmarket environment analysis of the company, including stakeholder management. Jose will introduce the IA3 framework and how it could help you formulate your strategy and mitigate the risks that exist in the external environment.