Build your business and leadership skills.
These topics will be presented through a variety of methods, including case studies, lectures, interactive discussions, and individual and small-group exercises.
Leadership, Power, and Influence: examine how concepts of influence and power can define authority and control, and how effective leaders influence others and affect change.
Financial Statements and Business Analysis: understand corporate financial statements, their use, how they relate to metrics for evaluating business performance, and why they matter.
- Financial Cost-Benefit and Project Funding: understand forecasting and financial decision making, especially as it relates to project funding and how CFOs view investment decisions.
Risk, Investment, and Decision Making: acquire deeper understanding of the psychology of risk, information security as risk management, decision-making biases, and risk analysis in uncertain conditions.
Effective Communications Approaches: refine your communications strategy by sharpening your objectives, analyzing your audience, and honing your message; enhance your understanding of the importance of corporate-reputation protection.
- Best Practices in Information Security: exchange best practices and approaches to real-world security issues with a group of colleagues who share your concerns and challenges but bring different perspectives to the table. We start every morning and every afternoon with a structured best practice presentation from participants.
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Dates and Fees
September 29 - October 2, 2015
$6300. The program fee includes tuition, books, most meals, and accommodations.
Location: Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire USA
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