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Oxford Economics of Mutuality Executive Education Program


Published June 2021

The Economics of Mutuality: Putting Purpose into Practice
Executive Education Live Virtual Program with Saïd Business School
16th September – 11th November 2021

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented leadership, strategies, and business models. The 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.


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