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Oxford Virtual Executive Education Program 2 May – 20 June 2024

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Driving Impact Through Mutual Value Creation, an 8-week online course brought to you by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and the Economics of Mutuality team, will equip you to walk the talk of Stakeholder Capitalism.

If you are a senior leader with a deep conviction that business can be used as a force for good, this program could be for you. If you have a platform to drive the necessary transformation, but seek the methodology, digital solutions, case studies, and community to make significant progress, this program is definitely for you.

You will learn from seasoned practitioners speaking candidly about their own leadership experiences at top organizations and gain access to the latest research shared by professors from Oxford and other world-class universities. All within the context of hands-on Zoom sessions with space set aside to ask the questions that matter to you.

This virtual executive education program is taking place 2 May – 20 June 2024. The application deadline is 5 April 2024.


To learn more and apply, click here.

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