Priding over 8 centuries of vibrant and innovative tutelage, Oxford University is no stranger to curating programmes and ideas catered for across-the-board success and excellence at its heart.
Perpetually been lauded for being the crème de la crème of academia, Oxford University that plays home to Saïd Business School is unquestionably a dream for the likes of potential business protégés who want to skyrocket their business goals. In essence, Oxford champions the field in understanding the management of large-scale infrastructure programmes, acting as a key advisor to the likes of governments and consortia. They also have profound research strengths in finance, strategy, leadership and corporate reputation.
K-Pintar has partnered with Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK to bring for the very first time the
OXFORD LEADERSHIP 4.0: IMMERSIVE LEARNING LAB FOR CORPORATIONS which will be held in the University of Oxford, UK .
This programme will prepare participants to develop an Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) mindset, giving them insights on how to lead with a purpose and what it means to implement strategies that have been formulated. It also equips participants to deal with uncertainties and how to respond to it to their advantage.
This programme is aimed at experienced executives in leading blue chip organisations who are expected to be C-Suite level influencers from leading Malaysian and ASEAN organisations by helping them navigate the leadership challenge of the fourth industrial revolution.
The experience obtained from this programme is extremely beneficial at developing and helping participants to think about their strategic challenges, increasing the success of management projects and what it means to deliver healthy shareholder returns in today’s complex and uncertain world.
This programme will prepare participants to engage with the following questions:
- What does it mean to be human in the context of the future of work?
- How do I build and lead organisations in an IR 4.0 world?
- What does firm success look like and how does it occur in Malaysia today – and how will that change?
- What do I do in this emerging context – mind set, power and authority, collaboration, team?
And help them to:
- Enhance the ability to respond to adaptive challenges in a complex, fast-changing environment
- Harness the humanising power of play, doubt and reflection
- Step back from the day-to-day realities of business to reflect on purpose, in the context both of yourself and your organization
- Participate in a dynamic learning community of senior executives and connect with a network of leaders throughout the ASEAN region
Professor Marc Ventresca
Academic Director: Leadership 4.0 Immersive Learning Lab for Corporations
Associate Professor in Strategic Management, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Dr Elaine Heslop
Programme Director: Leadership 4.0 Immersive Lab for Corporations
Director of Corporate Executive Education, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Dr Andrew White
Associate Dean for Executive Education and Corporate Relations, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Professor Andrew Stephen
L’Oréal Professor of Marketing, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Professor Jonathan Trevor
Associate Professor of Management Practice, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Associate Professor in Management and Organisation Studies
Professor Julian Savulescu
Director, Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics
Professor Luciano Floridi
Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information and Director of the Digital Ethics Lab
Dr Sonia Antoranz Contera
Co-Director OMS Institute of Nanoscience for Medicine, University of Oxford
Professor Michael Osborne
Dyson Associate Professor in Machine Learning, University of Oxford