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In an age where we benefit from increased access to science, technology, finance, and communications, dilemmas concerning the environment, international markets and politics loom, more complicated than ever.
Join us for a topical webinar with Stephan Chambers from LSE, exploring:
• how executives running firms over the next few decades will be impacted
• the main threats and opportunities facing business delegates in 2030
• how to develop and implement innovative strategies for sustainable growth and success
This is a taster lecture for the new executive certificate programme "Leadership 2030", by LSE Management and HEC Paris. Applications are now open for July 1st, 2019
Stephan Chambers is the Director of the LSE’s Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship. This Institute seeks to increase the impact and effectiveness of private action for a public benefit. Stephan is also Programme Director of LSE’s new Executive MSc in Business and Entrepreneurship. Before joining the Marshall Institute, he directed the University of Oxford's MBA, overseeing its rise in international rankings and acclaim.
In addition, he was the founding Director of the Executive MBA programme and the Co-Founder of the Skoll World Forum and Chair of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Saїd Business School, Oxford University. Stephan wrote a regular entrepreneurship column for the Financial Times and, in 2014, was appointed special advisor to Larry Brilliant and Jeff Skoll at the Skoll Global Threats Fund in California.