Strategic Management & Governance
Delivered virtually, 28 September - 1 October 2020.
‘The King’s Strategic Management & Governance Programme is unique in bringing together issues of governance and compliance, comparative management and global business strategy – critical areas of business that need to be understood and integrated into daily working practices to succeed at the highest levels. This programme will enable managers and leaders with the credibility and capability needed to deliver in leadership roles and add value to the organisation.’
Professor Igor Filatotchev, Programme Director
How prepared are you, as a manager or leader, to represent an organisation at the most senior levels? Could you recognise and apply the principles of good corporate governance? Are you confident in your understanding of the broader critical issues of governance, compliance and corporate social responsibility, and how to apply this thinking to a global business strategy for the organisation?
The King’s Strategic Management & Governance Programme enables this strategic leadership mindset, empowering executives to operate confidently at a senior level with internal partners and external stakeholders
The September 2020 programme will take place virtually, with no attendance required in person at King’s Business School, London.
Gain critical understanding of opportunities and challenges around governance and strategic management
As executives move from functional to leadership roles, they need to rapidly broaden their skillset to develop a confident understanding of a wide range of management topics.
Alongside gains in professional development, participants will benefit from growing their professional network and working with world-class academics and expert speakers.
Gain expertise in:
Governance and compliance
- Understand the global compliance landscape and role of comparative governance and corporate law
- Increased awareness of how models and frameworks can be applied within an organisation
- Enhanced and informed decision-making with a greater understanding of the implications of global regulation, the digital landscape, and risk
- The ability to incorporate regulation, systems and digital considerations into your strategy and planning processes
- Gain a holistic appreciation of the governance functions of corporate boards, including investor perspectives and new governance challenges
- Develop a more strategic and proactive mind-set with a fuller sense of the leadership role
- The ability to assess and communicate critical strategic and regulatory information
- Greater confidence when engaging in discussions at all levels
Who is it for?
Current leaders, aspiring board directors, and mid to senior level managers primed to take on greater responsibility.
Key course facts
28 September - 1 October 2020.
Three and a half days
| Entry requirements
Relevant professional experience, evidence through application form. 2:1 degree or equivalent desirable
Individual presentations (all students) plus an extended essay for those taking the course for academic credit
Delivered virtually. No in-person attendance at King’s Business School required
£2,250 (10 per cent alumni discount)
Open for applications now
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Professor Igor Filatotchev
- Professor of Corporate Governance and Strategy, King's Business School
Dr Chizu Nakajima
- Professor of International and Comparative Law at BPP Law School
- Senior Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advance Legal Studies, University of London
- Chair, British Japanese Law Association
- Affiliated Lecturer at University of Cambridge
Professor Gianvito Lanzolla
- Head of the Faculty of Management, and Founding Director of the Digital Leadership Research Centre, Cass Business School
- Policy Director, International Corporate Governance Network
Dates: 28 September - 1 October 2020
Fee: £2,250 (10 per cent alumni discount)
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