Mason Hayes & Curran Sponsors the IMI Masterclass Series 2020
30 October 2020
We are delighted to sponsor the IMI Masterclass Series in 2020, a thought-provoking programme of events focused on how companies can pivot their strategy to keep up with the pace of change.
In the next IMI Masterclass, supported by Mason Hayes & Curran, Professor Ian Woodward, Director of INSEAD’s Advanced Management programme, will explore the tools and methods needed for leaders to completely reimagine their business through his ‘Phoenix Encounter’ method. See Ian's short video on his upcoming session here.
Ian brings a vast array of commercial and public sector experience, having worked for major energy companies, the financial sector and governments. This Masterclass will demonstrate how the Phoenix Encounter method can create a much wider set of radical options for innovation, and how participants can revolutionise their organisation with a future-facing blueprint.
Date: 05 November 2020
Time: 9:30am - 11:00am
Venue: Online Platform – Zoom
As masterclass partner we have a number of complimentary places for clients at this webinar. Please contact email@example.com to request a place subject to availability.
The last masterclass was on Design Innovation: (Re) Thinking Organisational Collaboration for Now and the Future with Mark Mortensen. In this IMI Digital Masterclass Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, explored how you can build brilliant teams using design techniques. He explored how to prime your team for success whether you are leading a local group of people, managing teams across the world, or are currently getting to grips with leading remote teams and through digital-only platforms. Mark consults widely on issues of team dynamics, global collaboration, power and social networks, and organisational change. He has worked with companies such as First Solar, Goldman Sachs, Maersk Oil, and Merck KGaA.
The first masterclasses were on Agile Leadership and took place in Cork on 26 February and in Dublin on 27 February. The masterclasses were led by Kaihan Krippendorff, a member of the prestigious Thinkers50. Kaihan has worked with and studied thousands of companies and the different approaches their leaders take to drive growth, set themselves apart from the competition, and ensure their relevance in the future.