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Investment Decision Master Class and Corporate Diplomacy Dinner
Sunday, April 23
6:00pm – 9:00pm 
Hotel Continental
Stortingsgata 24/26, 0117, Oslo, Norway
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About the Event:
 
The event will start with a session that highlights the challenges company leaders face when stewarding firm resources, especially with regards to making strategic investments in challenging political and economic times. Our speaker for this session is Dr. Gayle Allard, who has built a successful career in the field of economics, and is one of the most highly-ranked professors of the MBA program at IE Business School.  In her session, Gayle will call on the concepts she touches on in her Country Investment Simulation elective/course, and complement the discussion with insights on key market factors leaders are currently having to navigate, such as the election of President Trump in the United States, and the Brexit negotiations which are currently getting underway between the UK and the European Union.

After Professor Allard’s insightful session on how to effectively manage firm resources and investments, participants will be invited to join IE’s Director for Europe and Central Asia, Mr. Joël McConnell, for a multicourse dinner that will include a talk on the importance of Corporate Diplomacy.  Firms that succeed in the global sphere today understand how to manage stakeholder interests, both in the market and nonmarket space, and so the dinner conversation is a complement to the topics we’ll have seen during Gayle’s talk on how to steward firm resources in the economic and political environment leaders are facing.
These events are exclusively for applicants to an IE degree or Executive Education program, and for IE alumni, so join us to learn about highly relevant topics and meet other successful professionals who are looking to further develop their career, and gain added international exposure.
 
 
The event agenda:
  • 18:00-18:15 Registration and IE introduction
  • 18:15-19:30 Master Class
  • 19:30-21:00 Dinner and Talk on Corporate Diplomacy
 
 
Where & When

Hotel Continental, Stortingsgata 24/26, 0117, Oslo, Norway

Sunday, April 23, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Web site:  http://www.hotelcontinental.no/

Dress CodeDress Code: Business Casual

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Joël McConnell
IE Business School
Regional Director Europe & Central Asia, International Development Department
Originally from Vancouver (Canada), a city that benefited greatly from the transfer of Hong Kong’s sovereignty from the Great Britain to the People’s Republic of China, Joël is not only a lifelong student of globalization, but has lived it professionally as well through the various roles he has help in Finance, Pharmaceuticals, and the elite business school segment of the global Education sector. In addition to having been the Director for both Asia Pacific and now the Europe and Central Asia regions within IE’s International Development Department, he completed his Bachelor of Commerce in International Business, and is also an alumni of IE Business School’s Global MBA and Master in Finance programs, and more recently, he’s completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Global Business at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Fluently trilingual, Joël has much experience in working with several types of stakeholders, from both the private and public sector, and has travelled to 59 countries for work and personal reasons to date.

See full profile information on LinkedIn at https://es.linkedin.com/in/joelmcconnell
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Gayle Allard
IE Business School
Professor at IE, teaches Economic Environment and Country Analysis. A Native of California, she has spent most of her adult life working in Europe, especially in Spain. Professor Allard holds a PhD in Economics from University of California at Davis. Her research is focused on labor markets and development issues in a world that has been radically changed by the financial crisis. She is very visible in the international media, writing articles as well as being interviewed by the leading international press, radio and television on global economic issues. She has worked as both an economic researcher and analyst for prestigious institutions such as JP Morgan and The Economist Intelligence Unit.