Managing Dualities: Corporate Governance vs Business Governance
INSEAD Professor Ludo Von Heyden, April 28, 2016, Zürich
|How do corporations and boards balance the dualities of corporate governance and business goals, such as corporate governance versus execution, growth versus profit and long term versus the shorter term views? INSEAD’s Ludo Van Der Heyden will provide insightful answers and cases in a keynote speech with Q&A, followed by a networking dinner. Offered exclusively for IN-BOARAD alumni and graduates of INSEAD’s International Directors Programme, this learning event is an excellent opportunity to share experiences with other board members.The presentation and Q&A is followed by dinner. Join us!|
Ludo Van der Heyden
Chaired Professor of Corporate Governance
Academic Director, INSEAD Corporate Governance Initiative; Co-Director IDP
Ludo Van der Heyden leads the INSEAD Corporate Governance Initiative and oversees the research direction, governance programmes and progress. From 2000-2009, Professor Van der Heyden directed INSEAD’s Advanced Management Programme. He was the first holder of the Wendel Chair in the Large Family Firm at INSEAD, which initiated INSEAD’s activities in family business and ultimately led to the creation of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise at INSEAD.
He was co-Dean of INSEAD from 1990-1995 and Director of the INSEAD Zentrum Leipzig. He holds an Engineering Degree in Applied Mathematics from the Université Catholique de Louvain and a Ph.D. in Administrative Sciences from Yale University. Ludo Van der Heyden is a member of the Supervisory Board of NesBic Buyout Fund and of the Advisory Board of Bencis Capital Partners. He is the Chairman of Celpax, and a Director of Calexium, both start-up companies.
When: Thursday April 28, 2016 18:00 – 21:00
18:00 Welcome Drinks & Registration
18:30 Presentation and Q&A
19:30 Networking Dinner
INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland
Richard Bissonnet, MBA 81, President Swiss NAA
Bernhard Escher, MBA 10J, Head IN-BOARD Switzerland