Open Day October 23, 2019
Program for Management Development
Open Day October 23, 2019
Program for Management Development
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Experience the IESE PMD Program at an Open Day on How Leaders Make Decisions. Making good decisions is key for managers. We often judge a decision by its immediate results, but rarely question the decision-making process itself. 
Decision analysis is one of the most popular topics in our executive education programs. Join us on a challenging afternoon to learn from other executives and work with them on a real business case in order to improve your decision-making. You will have the chance to meet IESE Alumni and exchange views on how to develop your leadership capacity.

Why choose the PMD at IESE Munich?

The Program for Management Development at IESE Munich opens you up to new levels of understanding in business. Prepare to make the transition to senior leadership. 
The PMD accelerates your acquisition of the tools, capabilities, broader vision, and mind-set to step up to senior leadership. It is a transformative experience built on open dialogue with peers and faculty, action-learning, and deep knowledge acquisition. Delivered over modules and combining classroom time with practical application, the program exposes you to the very latest in world-class business thinking and gives you the opportunity to reflect, act, and make an immediate impact. 

So the question is, are you ready to step across?

Wednesday, October 23, 2019
07:00 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
Munich Campus Maria-Theresia-Strasse 15, 81675, Munich, DE

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Speaker Roberto García-Castro Professor of Managerial Decision Sciences Roberto García-Castro is Associate Professor of Managerial Decision Sciences at IESE Business School. His research interests cover various areas in decision-making in organizations and corporate governance. His publications include articles in Strategic Management Journal, Managerial and Decision Economics, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of Business Ethics and Business & Society, among others. He has been Visiting Professor at CEIBS (Shanghai), ESCP (London), Universidad Carlos III (Madrid) and Ludwig Maximilians Universität (Munich). He has participated in executive education programs at Kellogg School of Management. Prior to academia he worked for Arthur Andersen as auditor and consultant.


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