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Sustaining performance through active ownership
Value Creation for Owners and Directors is a five-day programme designed to develop the skills and knowledge for highly effective ownership and board membership. Due to a significant shift of responsibility for company performance and sustainability (that is, value creation and preservation) from management to the boardroom, business owners and directors need to play an increasingly active and critical role in strategic guidance, oversight and effective decision-making.
This programme focuses on the key areas of value creation, including finance, governance, strategy, leadership and organisational skills. Through specifically developed INSEAD frameworks and tools, the programme provides business owners and directors with the skills that will enable them to incorporate the concept of value creation in a more systematic, principled and disciplined approach.
How you benefit
- Understanding of responsibilities: Understand the broader context in which owners and directors operate and the responsibilities that come with an ownership or director mandate.
- Overview of knowledge and competencies: Gain an overview of the knowledge and competencies expected from owners and directors today.
- Skills to create board culture: Develop skills that contribute to the creation of a high-performing board culture.
- Ability to challenge: Hone the ability to challenge other directors, investors, executives and experts through positive exchanges focused on the key issues that underpin value creation.
Value Creation for Owners and Directors is designed for owners and directors of private and listed companies, including chairs of boards and shareholders in family firms, corporate structures, conglomerates and sovereign wealth funds. In addition, the programme may be of interest to: investors; senior professionals from the institutional investment community as well as strategic investment units; and professionals from firms that serve boards and their committees.
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INSEAD Certificate in Corporate Governance
The INSEAD Certificate in Corporate Governance (IDP-C) is designed to be a global credential for board members operating internationally – the first of its kind offered by an academic institution. Completion of the certificate enables participants to become a part of the INSEAD alumni community. Within this community, participants become a part of an international network of directors and executives.
INSEAD Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance
The INSEAD Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance is designed for holders of the INSEAD Certificate in Corporate Governance who wish to further pursue their development across core competencies that are key to effective directorship. It provides participants with a personal development plan at board level over multiple years (up to a maximum of five years) that is both stimulating and engaging.
The INSEAD Corporate Governance Centre was launched in 2010 and undertakes cutting-edge research and teaching tailored to the needs of boards and international directors. It aims to establish new programmes and events that foster a global dialogue on the challenges of corporate governance and leadership in an international context.
Understand how to quantify value, create value and manage for value
INSEAD’s Value Creation for Owners and Directors helps participants understand what value means from an owner’s standpoint and helps them formulate long term goals for their businesses.
Interview with Jaap Winter, Professor of Corporate Governance
Board Performance, An All Too Human Challenge - How do we make sense of Boards? How do they successfully direct companies and stay away from failure?
How Boards Can Steer Companies to “Build Back Better”
The momentum for sustainability is strong despite misgivings over current financial strains. Few businesses can afford to ignore it.
Power, Politics and Crisis Response on the Board
It’s not the individual directors – it’s the competing coalitions they form that determine what boards will do.
Henrich Greve, INSEAD Professor of Entrepreneurship | July 31, 2020
The Problem With Politically Motivated Funding Boycotts
Theo Vermaelen, INSEAD Professor of Finance | January 29, 2020
Five Qualities for Leading Business in the 21st Century
Lucy Quist (INSEAD MBA '05J), International Business Leader and Author | December 23, 2019
Sustainability and the Five Archetypes of Boardroom Behaviour
N. Craig Smith, INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility; and Ron Soonieus, INSEAD Executive-in-Residence and Managing Partner at Camunico | June 7, 2019
What's stopping boards from turning sustainability aspirations into action?
by By N. Craig Smith, INSEAD and Ron Soonieus, Camunico, 15 July 2019
SID Directors Bulletin
Professionalisation of Family Firms
Morten Bennedsen, André and Rosalie Hoffmann Chaired Professor of Family Enterprise and Academic Director of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise at INSEAD. And Brian Henry, an INSEAD Research Fellow.
Russia's Stealth Family Business
Stanislav Shekshnia, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise; Veronika Zagieva, Talent Equity Institute Director, Ward Howell; and Alexandra Matveeva, Business Associate, Ward Howell | June 4, 2019