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ARCHIVED 2021 Oxford Economics of Mutuality Executive Education

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The Economics of Mutuality: Putting Purpose into Practice

Executive Education Live Virtual Program with
Oxford University’s Saïd Business School

• Launch: 16th September 2021 (3 hours)
• Sessions: 14th October–11th November 2021
(4 weeks, 5-6 hours + ‘after hours’ networking each week)
• Fees: GBP 6,800
• Certification: Oxford University’s Saïd Business School
• Accreditation: Economics of Mutuality Fellow

 


About

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented leadership, strategies, and business models. The Oxford Economics of Mutuality Executive Education Program is a unique, all-in, fully online opportunity that will equip you to handle the duty and the opportunity to reposition the corporation positively, in ways that reflect the changing needs of society and the planet.
 
The program is based on 15+ years of in-depth research and business practice and has been delivered until 2020 to select partners only. From 2021, we have decided to open the program to all organizations across sectors and geographies. 
 
You will go through a unique learning experience with world-class professors, experts and thought leaders. You will have the chance to engage in deep, meaningful exchanges with like-purposed individuals and you will learn from the best in the field.

 

Change starts with purpose-driven people who drive purpose-driven organisations. We need more leaders that have been educated with systemic thinking.

Paul Polman
IMAGINE Co-Founder; Former Unilever CEO;
Saïd Business School Board Chair

 

The Economics of Mutuality (EoM) is a groundbreaking management innovation that enables companies to adopt a fair and responsible form of capitalism that performs better than the purely financial version operating today. Its robust methodology and cutting-edge tools transform business at the core – going beyond peripheral approaches such as CSR and ESG that are motivated by compliance.

Three key ideas lie behind EoM:

  1. The primacy of purpose in driving strategy. 

  2. The power of orchestrating ecosystems at business unit level around purpose to mobilize and enhance untapped resources and value.

  3. The importance of enhancing performance management across multiple forms of capital — social, human, natural and shared financial — to drive holistic value creation.

The Oxford Executive Education program provides hands-on training that equips senior leaders to implement EoM at the heart of their company’s operations. 

In the past, the program took place in Oxford face-to-face, but last year it went virtual due to the pandemic. We plan to resume the in-person version once Covid-19 restrictions have lifted, while continuing to offer the virtual program as well.

 

We must move beyond business-as-usual and work together in solidarity to deliver the greatest impact for people, prosperity, and the planet.

CEOs of 155 companies 
UN Global Compact, 15th May 2020

 


Benefits

  • Direct access to purposeful business experts.

  • A deeper understanding of the mechanisms by which businesses create/destroy value.

  • An innovative approach to achieving business sustainability, resilience, and growth.

  • Practical tools, models, and case studies.

  • Creative insights and experiences to activate innovative leadership.

  • A supportive network of like-minded peers and experts.

  • An opportunity to become one of the first accredited Economics of Mutuality Fellows.

 

The course was excellent. Great subject matter experts and external provocation. Well organised and facilitated. I would definitely recommend it.

Participant
2020 Virtual Program

 


Who Should Attend?

  • Chief Officers and Senior Executives in charge of corporate transformation

  • Strategy and Innovation VPs

  • Business Unit leaders

  • Investors

  • Board members

 

The program opened new pathways in my brain, and gave me the tools to take my leadership abilities to the next level. The learning experiences, people and surroundings were perfect.

Participant
2019 In-Person Program

 


Program Outline

Launch Day

  • Inspiring provocations from senior business leaders with a track record of putting purpose into practice to kick the course off

  • Opportunity to meet the progam’s core faculty and tutors

  • Chance to connect with fellow participants and grow your network

8 Modules

  • Live virtual plenary sessions with entire cohort of participants

  • Running twice to cater for different international time zones

  • Oceania and Asia: 9:00am – 11:30am UK time (GMT+1)

  • Europe, Africa, and the Americas: 3:00pm – 5:30pm UK time (GMT+1)

5 Tutor Group Meetings

  • Live virtual breakout sessions

  • 6-7 participants sharing similar objectives in each tutor group

  • Dedicated support from an Oxford-EoM expert

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Set 1: Understanding the Uncertain Context

  • Program Launch [September 16th]

  • Module 1: Purpose as Strategy [October 14th]

  • Module 2: Understanding, Mapping, and Orchestrating Ecosystems [October 19th]

Set 2: Delivering Purpose and Performance with the Economics of Mutuality Toolbox – Experiments and Practice

  • Module 3: Managing Natural Capital [October 21st]

  • Module 4: Managing Social Capital [October 26th]

  • Module 5: Managing Human Capital [October 28th]

  • Module 6: Managing Financial Capital for Mutual Profit [November 2nd]

Set 3: Applying the Economics of Mutuality Toolbox – Agile Praxis

  • Module 7: Economics of Mutuality to the Core [November 4th]

  • Module 8: Bringing it Home [November 9th]

Set 4: Leading Change

  • Final Review: Accreditation Panel [November 11th]


Faculty Leaders

 

Bruno Roche
EoM Founder and Executive Director; Former Mars Chief Economist.
Biography

Colin Mayer CBE
Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies, Saïd Business School.
Biography

Anette Mikes
Associate Professor of Accounting, Saïd Business School.
Biography

 

Nadia Terfous
Managing Director, EoM Solutions; Former Partner at McKinsey & Company.
Biography

Paul Polman
Co-Founder, IMAGINE; Former CEO at Unilever; Chair of the Board, Saïd Business School.
Biography

Heather Hamill
Associate Professor in Sociology and Dean of St Cross College, University of Oxford.
Biography

 

Nathalie Seddon
Professor of Biodiversity, Director of the Nature-based Solutions Initiative, University of Oxford.
Biography

Jan-Emmanuel De Neve
Associate Professor of Economics and Strategy, Saïd Business School.
Biography

Loic Moutault
CEO of Royal Canin, a global leader in pet health and a division of Mars Petcare.
Biography

 

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In addition, we will hear from a number of prominent CEOs, professors from Oxford and Harvard, and expert EoM practitioners from EoM Solutions and EoM Foundation.

 


Would You Like to Take Part?

If you would be interested in participating, click the button to fill out a short application.

 

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