Continuing Professional Development

Sessions feature leading research and practitioner experts - the researcher highlights how theory and the latest research findings can be used in business applications, while the practitioner expert provides insights into emerging risk management strategies and practices. Participants engage with experts through activities including case studies and simulations or panel-led discussions. These components provide executives with hands-on opportunities to apply the insights they gained during the session. 


series V 2017-2018

We're very excited to be offering our fifth executive education series beginning this fall. Topics are listed below; details will be added as we have them. 

 

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Series IV 2016-2017

  • Zika - Can We Predict the Next Pandemic? | June 13, 2016

    June 13, 2016
    The World Health Organization (WHO) and other health organizations have called for multiple top-level meetings to address the Zika virus and its worldwide impact. Researchers first discovered the virus nearly 70 years ago. Very few cases were reported until 2007 when an outbreak on Yap Island in Micronesia infected nearly 70% of the population ages three years and older. WHO warns that the virus could potentially spread to every country in the Americas. Evolutionary biology provides valuable insight into virus eruptions like Zika and how we might anticipate outbreaks and reduce their effects.

    Dr. Julie E. Mangino (OSU Infectious Diseases, OSUWMC Department of Epidemiology), Professor Steve Rissing (OSU Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology), Nancy Green (Aon Risk Solutions) and Thomas E. Hopkins (The Sherwin-Williams Company) collaborate to provide insights on the evolution, spread, prevention, mitigation and business impact of Zika and other viruses that have the potential to make a significant impact on business and society.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • How evolutionary biology provides insights into eruptions of Zika and other similar viruses.

    • The facts about the spread of the Zika virus and how to mitigate the fear factor.

    • The facts about prevention, treatment, and links to specific birth defects.

    • How to prepare your business for Zika and other pandemic viruses, including business travel concerns.

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Monday, June 13, 2016
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Operations
    • Business Continuity
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development
  • Political Risk | November 15, 2016

    November 15, 2016
    Whether your organization is a multinational player or just starting to explore expansion into the global market, political risk cannot be ignored or underestimated.   Political risk is taking on new forms, both real and perceived, and may be at its highest level since the Cold War. Companies have to elevate their awareness of inherent challenges of everything from political violence to currency inconvertibility.

    Join us on November 15 at 10 a.m. to explore effective ways to manage political risk and gain insight on how to navigate the landscape and find potential for competitive advantage.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    •  To identify, measure, and manage political risk

    •  To examine the  macro-level political risks that could affect your business interests

    •   About the relationship between the state and market in social and economic relations

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Tuesday, November 15, 2016
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Operations
    • Business Continuity
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development

     

  • Risk to Resilience: Find (& Overcome) Your Company's Weakest Link | January 24, 2017

    January 24, 201
    In an interconnected, volatile, global economy, supply chains have become increasingly vulnerable. Disruptions — even minor shipment delays — can cause significant financial losses. 

    So in the face of all these disruptions, what's the answer? Resilience. 

    Resilient systems don't fail in the face of disturbances; rather, they adapt.

    Join us on January 24 at 10 a.m. to explore effective ways to manage supply chain risk and gain insight on how to establish a culture of resilience within your organization in an age of turbulence.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    •  Identify, measure, and manage supply chain risk

    •  Benefits and application strategy to apply the SCRAM technique to their organization

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Tuesday, January 24, 2017
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Operations
    • Business Continuity
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development
  • How Work Culture Impacts Brand Reputation | March 7, 2017

    March 7, 2017
    According to a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, your company is your brand and your brand is culture. 

    Join us on March 7 at 10 a.m. to explore the ways that work culture impacts brand reputation.

    Hear from experts including David Gebler, one of America’s top thought leaders in trustworthy business behavior and a pioneer in values-based assessment and training; Bryan Choi and Dennis Hirsch, both OSU law professors, who will discuss how reputation is tangled up with digital matters, particularly privacy; and we are finalizing arrangements for a locally based company to discuss customer trust issues, crisis management, and digital media.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    •  How work culture impacts brand reputation

    •  How reputation and the online world mesh together

    • Practical changes they can immediately apply at their companies

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Tuesday, March 7, 2017
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Operations
    • Business Continuity
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development
  • Identify, Plan, Protect: Using Cyber to Your Advantage | April 19, 2017

    April 19, 2017
    We live in a digital age, which means our business vulnerabilities exist in the digital sphere. 

    This session features speakers from the FBI, CIA, Ohio Attorney General's Office, The Ohio State University, and Battelle. 

    We'll be covering so much more than technological risk, it's truly enterprise risk management. 

    Bring a team representing a cross-section of your C-Suite and join us on Wednesday, April 19 at 10 a.m. to learn how to notice the holes in your company's cyber security as well as how to plan and protect it from threats. 

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    •  Cyber's impact on business operations

    •  Real-world, common sense application on how to use cyber effectively 

    • How to notice the holes in your company's cyber security, and how to plan and protect your organization from threats

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Wednesday, April 19, 2017
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Operations
    • Business Continuity
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development
  • ERM for Nonfinancial Institutions | May 23, 2017

    May 23, 2017

    The only constant in 2017 is uncertainty.  Whether you are just getting started with ERM, wanting to improve your process, or are trying to manage disruptions and changes in the current environment, this session is for you. There is no better time for non-financials firms to engage in developing a value-enhancing enterprise risk management (ERM) framework/function.  

    This session features speakers from the Fisher College of Business, EY, Battelle Memorial Instiute and Lancaster Colony. 

    Senior business professionals learn how to structure an ERM framework/function that allows you to proactively leverage the uncertainties facing your firm that represent value-enhancing opportunities while mitigating those uncertainties and risks that destroy competitive advantage.

    Bring a team representing a cross-section of your company functions and join us on Tuesdsay, May 23 at 10 a.m. to gain insight on ways your company can take the next step in ERM implementation. 

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    •  Disruptions facing companies in today's business environment and what can be learned from financial institutions' use of ERM

    • Use academic insights to discern why a company should engage an ERM practice, where it can add value, and learn about results related to specific parts of ERM function 

    • How to have conversations with your board of directors about ERM and the required resources

    • How to leverage risks to both capture value and mitigate loss.

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Tuesday, May 23, 2017
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Location:

    The Blackwell Inn & Pfahl Conference Center2110 Tuttle Park Place
    Columbus, OH 43210

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Strategy
    • Board of Directors
    • HR
    • Legal
    • Business Development
  • Mergers & Acquisition Risk | June 20, 2017

    June 20, 2017
    10:00am - 3:30pm

    CANCELLED. To be rescheduled for fall 2017. 

    Growth through M&A is a high stakes game – every merger can have an impact on both the risk exposures and risk management strategies of the combined entity. Whether your company is seasoned in these types of transactions or embarking on its first acquisition, risk management plays a crucial role in providing the right risk due diligence, risk transfer solutions, as well as providing insight into the strategy, objectives, valuation, funding, costs, and integration. 

    Getting it right matters - there are large sums of money, time, and resources wrapped into each organizational change. 

    Join The Risk Institute and our experts from academia and industry for a lively discussion about the delicate balance of risk and reward in M&A.  Guest speakers include:

    • Isil Erel, PhD, The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business 
    • Elizabeth Mily, Managing Director, Global Healthcare Group, Investment Banking Division, Barclays 
    • Mike Repoli, Mergers & Acquisitions, Gallagher Bassett 
    • Gavin Waugh, Treasury & Payments, The Wendy’s Company

    Cost:

    Five and a half-hour session - $595

    Date & Time:

    Tuesday, June 20, 2017
    10:00 AM -  3:30 PM

    Location:

    The Blackwell Inn & Pfahl Conference Center2110 Tuttle Park Place
    Columbus, OH 43210

    Participants:

    Ideal participants for this session are senior executive across the firm in areas such as:

    • Risk Management
    • Strategy
    • Board of Directors
    • Finance
    • Legal
    • Business Development

    Register:

    Register now!

    Contact:

    Denita Strietelmeier, Program Manager
    The Risk Institute
    Email: strietelmeier.1@osu.edu
    Phone: 614.688.8289

Series III 2015-2016

  • The Breadth of a Cyber Event

    August 12, 2015
    9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Rapid advances in technology, coupled with the growth of the internet, are revolutionizing the way business and individuals interact. Integrated networks are allowing organizations to access, analyze, use and share information more easily than ever before. Yet, as the global economy becomes increasingly inter-connected, organizations also are exposed to a wide range of known and unknown cyber threats.

    In this session, Johnny Deutsch (EY), Greg Kimmel (Battelle) and John Peterson (Aon) collaborate to discuss the evolving environment of cyber threats. Overall, the session will emphasize the importance of balancing the power of cyber ecosystems with the associated risks to create value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Develop a systematic approach to understanding the evolving cyber landscape and assess the cyber threats facing their organizations.
    • Develop an enterprise-wide approach to assess their organizations' vulnerabilities to cyber threats.
    • Proactively quantify their organization's cyber exposure and apply potential risk management and insurance solutions to help insulate the exposure.
    • Apply current findings of research on cyber vulnerability to their products and services.

     

  • Weather Disruption and Risk Management

    November 12, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Most industry sectors, from retail to agriculture to transportation are affected by the weather, which is not only unpredictable, but varies by region. Recent advances in technology as well as data collection and quality have the potential to provide more reliable, accurate forecasts. Such advances lead to a better understanding of short-term and longer-term weather trends. With this information, executives can more reliably leverage weather risk management strategies to achieve their corporate objectives.

    In this session, David Bromwich (Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center, OSU) and Steve Bowen (Aon Benfield) collaborate to provide insights into understanding the constantly changing, complex, and, at times, wild weather impacting firms' markets and operations. Overall, the session will emphasize how firms can proactively understand and use risk management to balance the risks related to weather disruptions to create value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Apply current research findings on long-term climate change and weather forecasting to strategic and operational decisionmaking.

    • Develop a systematic approach to understand the "extremes" in weather and assess the potential impact on their organizations.

    • Develop an enterprise-wide approach to assess their organizations' vulnerabilities to weather disruptions.

    • Use leading weather predictive analytics to acheive more reliable and accurate weather forecasts.

  • Digital Disruption: Strategy, Brand and Technology

    January 21, 2016
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Digital disruption is a part of today’s business environment. Customers and employees have their own perceptions about the “digital experience.” These disruptions and perceptions present opportunities for senior management to create value, as well as risks. Digital communications, for example, allow a firm to engage with customers to increase brand loyalty and to connect their employees in collaborative innovation to create value. Yet, there is the risk to the brand if the firm fails to act on a customer request or suggestion, or if employees’ expectations about their digital needs in the workplace are not met.

    In this session, Deborah Mitchell (OSU Fisher College of Business) and Keith Strier (EY) collaborate to provide insights into how companies can leverage digital disruptions to improve employee collaboration, operations and customer loyalty to create and capture value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Apply current research findings on consumer behavior and digital engagement with customers and employees' digital expectations in the workplace.
    • Develop a systematic approach to understanding their organizations' digital opportunities and vulnerabilities.
    • Develop a systematic approach to balancing the risk of being left behind in the race to be digital with the risks related to time and money spent on being digital.
    • Develop an enterprise-wide digital strategy

     

  • Risk Modeling: The Past and the Future

    March 30, 2016
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Risk modeling is one of the essential risk management tools, not only for financial firms, but also for non financial firms. As business, regulatory and economic environments change, risk models have also evolved. The recent Financial Crisis has proven how the interconnectedness between institutions could complicate the financial system and the regulators' responses to the crises. The importance of systemic risk and liquidity risk, especially for financial firms, has taken on a much more important role in their risk models.

    In this session, Mila Getmansky Sherman (Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst), Rongsheng Gong (Huntington National Bank) and Al Schulman (Nationwide Insurance, retired) collaborate to provide insights into understanding the evolving, complex, and at times, very volatile economic conditions impacting firms' markets and operation. Overall, the session will emphasize how financial firms have adapted their risk models to changing business, economic and regulatory environments.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Current risk models and how they have evolved, especially after the recent financial crisis.

    • Managing risk associated with modeling.

    • Research findings on the importance of systemic risk and how stress tests should include interconnectedness between institutions.

    • How risk models within financial institutions are used in a bank's Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review process.

    • Interconnection of financial institutions through financial derivatives.

  • The Talent War: Managing the Talent Pipeline and Succession Planning

    May 12, 2016
    10:00 AM - 2:30 PM

    All industry sectors from retail to manufacturing regularly face the challenge of recruiting, selecting, onboarding, developing and maximizing talent. More and more, sectors are reporting significant challenges in recruiting and keeping good talent. This presents complications for both business performance as well as future leadership and seems to be reaching a critial point. Whether caused by rapid advances in technology and skills, changing workplace perceptions of millenials, or pending retirement of the "boomer" generation, businesses are facing a
    new and complicated set of dynamics.

    Professor Tony Rucci (Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University), Levi Segal (Aon Hewitt) and Yvonne Kalucis (MXD Group) collaborate to provide insights into understanding the changing, complex alignment of talent management to general business strategy. Overall, the session will emphasize how to proactively use risk management to balance the risks related to talent management in order to meet business goals and enhance business performance.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • How firms are changing approaches to talent recruitment, selection and development.

    • How to engage in effective succession planning.

    • How the current approach to training and orientation is affected by changing workplaces.

    • New approaches to using performance management tools.

    • To use workforce planning tools and models.

Series II 2014-2015

  • Supply Chain Risk Management and Resilience

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimsonnettSeptember 10, 2014
    10:00 AM - 1:30 PM

    After years of globalization, supply chains have become more efficient and complex, while new and different types of risks to supply chains have increased. In the first session of the 2014 - 2015 Risk Institute Executive Education Series, Keely Croxton (Fisher College of Business Associate Professor) and Darrell Copenhaver (Associate Director, Supply Chain Expertise and Resilience, Supply Chain Technology and Expertise Center, The Dow Chemical Company), discuss the importance of understanding the vulnerabilities in a firm’s supply chain and ways to integrate risk management to achieve supply chain resilience.

    Dr. Croxton discusses key features of a resilience framework and assessment tool to identify, measure, and manage risks to the supply chain, and Mr. Copenhaver shares the benefits of using this approach at The Dow Chemical Company. The session underscores how embedding risk management strategies to create a resilient supply chain is a source of value creation.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Identify, measure, and manage supply chain risk.
    • Use a supply chain resilience framework to attain a state of balanced resilience.
    • Embed risk management and resilience into their supply chain.

     

  • Innovation and Risk Management

    November 13, 2014
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Over the past several years, innovation has been widely touted by both executives and researchers as an effective means for companies to revitalize their strategy, improve their financial performance, and create long-term growth and value.

    In this session, Michael Leiblein (Associate Professor, Fisher College of Business) will discuss the importance of effectively managing innovation and various associated risks that companies face and will introduce a simulation exercise to help sensitize executives to the challenges of innovation. James Sonnett (Managing Partner at Redwood Innovation) will discuss a series of models and tools that may be used to accelerate innovation and the implications of these approaches based on his experiences as an Innovation Executive at Battelle, DuPont and W.L .Gore. Overall, the session emphasizes the importance of balancing the role of innovation and the associated risks to create value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Identify managerial challenges to fostering innovation in uncertain and dynamic environments.
    • Evaluate trade-offs and risks between short-term efficiency gains and long-term growth.
    • Apply a framework to develop a clearly articulated innovation strategy.
    • Actively manage a risky set of innovation projects at both the portfolio and project levels.

     

  • Social Media and Risk Management

    February 12, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Given the ease of sharing of ideas, images and messages, social media is increasingly changing how people communicate. Businesses are able to engage in spontaneous, real-time and creative dialogues with their customers and key stakeholders.

    In this session, Lanier Holt (Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University School of Communication) and Bill Deakin (Executive Director, North America Consumer Practice of EY) will discuss how organizations can leverage the power of social media while managing the associated risks. Dr. Holt will discuss relevant communication theories explaining how the media can influence customers’ perceptions and how the application of these theories has changed in today’s digital world. Mr. Deakin will discuss the keys to developing a strong, structured and enterprise-wide social media strategy. Overall, the session will emphasize the importance of balancing the power of social media and the associated risks to create value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Leverage social media to effectively communicate in a dynamic digital world.
    • Evaluate the risks associated with having a social media presence.
    • Apply a framework to develop a clearly articulated social media strategy that is an enterprise-wide responsibility.

     

  • Demand Uncertainty, Data Analytics and Risk Management

    April 30, 2015
    10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Demand uncertainty has implications for many firm strategies including inventory management, production management, pricing strategies, sales goals, resource allocation, financial planning and customer satisfaction. Thus, understanding how to approach demand forecasting from an enterprise-wide perspective is crucial in a competitive and continually changing business environment.

    In this session, Professor Greg Sabin (The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business) will collaborate with Arturo Fausto (Ducker Worldwide) to discuss the keys to developing a systematic and analytical approach to demand forecasting.

    Overall, the session will emphasize the importance of balancing the benefits of applying economic theory and data analytics in demand forecasting with the associated risks to create value.

    Executives will learn/discuss:

    • Develop and assess various demand forecasting models.

    • Incorporate qualitative anlaysis and leverage macroeconomic data to improve forecasts.

    • Understand the impact of potential behavioral biases.

    • Apply a systematic framework to develop a demand forecastingstrategy that is an enterprise-wide responsibility.

     

Series I 2014-2014

  • The Evolution of Risk Management

    October 24, 2014
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Every day, executive-level professionals are challenged to identify, measure, and prioritize the many risks facing their organizations, and to develop strategies for managing these risks. The Risk Institute Executive Education Series brings together thought leaders from Fisher College of Business faculty, institute member organizations, and similar companies, to explore new perspectives on risk management In the first session of this series, Dr. René Stulz of the Fisher College of Business and Mike Mahaffey, SVP and Chief Risk Officer at Nationwide examine the building blocks of effective risk management, focusing on sources of failure, lessons learned, and the foundational elements of a solid risk management framework.

    Combining both academic and practical perspectives, key topics will include:

    • The continuing evolution of risk management across the organization.
    • Using an integrated framework to support enterprise-wide risk management.
    • The breakdowns that led to recent failures, and what we’ve learned.
    • Leveraging sound risk management to drive value creation.

     

  • Leveraging Advanced Analytics and Risk Management

    December 5, 2013
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Recognizing key business drivers and value-creating opportunities – while concurrently identifying and managing risk – are common strategic objectives of senior executives striving to enhance business performance within their organizations. Increasingly, gaining critical insights from large amounts of data on consumer behavior, customer satisfaction, competitive trends, and risk exposures is a critical skill required for senior executives to achieve these objectives.

    In this session, Greg Allenby (Fisher College of Business Marketing and Statistics Professor) and practitioner expert, Tim Ringo (Director and UK Market Leader, North Highland Consulting), discuss how to develop an analytical approach to anticipate and analyze a company’s business environment so that the organization can be proactively competitive, manage risks and create value. Participants will engage in workshop exercises to learn how to strategically approach the increasingly larger amounts of data available to their organization, and analyze the competitive environment and related risks facing the company with the goal to create value. The session’s engagement component also provides participants with the opportunity interact with other senior executives across industries.

    Executives will learn to:

    • Separate the relevant and leverageable “signals” that are often hidden among the “noise” in data to understand customer and competitor trends.
    • Gain empowerment through analytics by making sense of data drivers and seeking contextual clues for the “golden nugget.”
    • Learn basic and innovative steps needed to create an analytical and sustainable approach to anticipate the organization’s changing competitive environment, including identifying risks to be mitigated and valuing-enhancing opportunities to be pursued

     

  • Economics, Strategy and Risk

    February 13, 2014
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    It is becoming increasingly important to understand the underlying economics of a company’s competitive environment, including industry and consumer dynamics, and the strategies available to be proactively competitive. It is equally important to understand the role of the leadership in remaining competitive, so that an organization’s drivers of value do not become sources of risk.

    In this session, Fisher College of Business Professors, Jay Anand and Karen Hopper Wruck, and practitioner expert, Rick Funston (Managing Partner, Funston Advisory Services) discuss how to use economic and strategic analysis to understand an organization’s ever-changing competitive environment and develop specific strategic responses that consider risk implications. The Risk Institute Executive Education Series is an integrated approach to risk management for both value creation and value protection. Recognizing the interconnectivity between organizational value drivers and the significant risks facing a company, the series challenges participants to think about the evolving role of risk management within business strategy and value creation. 

    Executives will learn how to:

    • Identify risks to the organization’s business model, respond to business environmental shifts, and understand sustainable advantages and competitiveness by using economic and strategic analyses.
    • Utilize strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, and divestures as corporate strategies in response to and in anticipation of a changing competitive eco-system.
    • Successfully integrate the role of the organization’s leader into the fi rm’s competitive strategy.
    • Turn information into insight for a more competitive and sustainable business advantage.

     

  • The Importance of Effective Communications in Risk Management

    April 10, 2014
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    In this session, Fisher College of Business Dean, Chris Poon, and Senior Lecturer, Jeff Rodek discuss the role of internal communication between senior management and the board of directors, as well as communications with key stakeholders, investors, analysts, regulators and the media, during good times and importantly during crises. The mindset and attributes of leaders who successfully led their organizations through crises also will be emphasized. The session underscores how strong and structured communication is central to enhancing a company’s risk management function. 

    Executives will learn:

    • Keys to communicating a common message to a heterogeneous group of the organization’s stakeholders, both internal and external, during a crisis.
    • How senior management’s mindset towards risks facing the organization prior to a crisis can aff ect both their mindset and communication during a crisis.
    • The key attributes of leaders who are successful in leading their organizations through a crisis.
    • The importance of balancing internal communication across functions with external communication.
    • The role of transparency in communication.
  • The Role of Governance and Incentive Compensation

    May 15, 2014
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    In this session session, Fisher College of Business Professors Anil K. Makhija and Bernadette A. Minton discuss how to use lessons about the relations among governance, firm value, and risk taking to create a risk culture that allows organizations to engage in value-enhancing risk management practices. Fisher College of Business Senior Lecturer and Practitioner Expert, Robert Lane, will lead a panel discussion about the roles of corporate governance and the board of directors as value creators, and the extent to which governance can be enterprise-wide in nature. Panelists will include Don Shackleford, Chairman Emeritus of Fifth-Third Bank, Jerry Jurgensen, former CEO of Nationwide and current board member of AIG, and Bill Lhota, former executive of AEP and board member of various boards of publically traded companies.

    Executives will learn:

    • The role of incentive compensation in corporate governance and how compensation schemes affect manager’s risk taking.
    • The negative consequences on fi rm value of corporate fraud resulting from weak governance.
    • How to create a culture in which governance is value enhancing and enterprise-wide in nature.
    • The roles of the leader and the board in setting the tone for strong governance during good times, as well as during times of crises.

     

 

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