This 4-day executive education program, offered by Tuck Executive Education in partnership with the Center for Digital Strategies, will enhance your leadership, communication and financial skills, so that you may engage more effectively with other business leaders throughout your enterprise. You will also refine your understanding of risk management and decision making, and have the opportunity to share best practices with colleagues from other companies to gain insight into the real-world issues they are facing today.
Program Fee: $5900.00
Includes tuition, books, most meals and accommodations on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, NH. Payment of the fee is due upon acceptance into the program.
- Solidify financial understanding and analytical skills
- Enhance leadership skills and learn to lead through influence
- Sharpen business communications skills
- Broaden understanding of risk management and decision making
- Share best practices and approaches to current security challenges
- Build a network of professional colleagues
These topics will be presented through a variety of methods, including case studies, lectures, interactive discussions, and individual and small-group exercises.
- Leadership, Power, and Influence: Examine how concepts of influence and power can define authority and control, and how effective leaders influence others and affect change.
- Financial Statements and Business Analysis: Understand corporate financial statements, their use, how they relate to metrics for evaluating business performance, and why they matter.
- Financial Cost-Benefit and Project Funding: Understand forecasting and financial decision making, especially as it relates to project funding and how CFOs view investment decisions.
- Risk, Investment, and Decision Making: Acquire deeper understanding of the psychology of risk, information security as risk management, decision-making biases, and risk analysis in uncertain conditions.
- Effective Communications Approaches: Refine your communications strategy by sharpening your objectives, analyzing your audience, and honing your message; enhance your understanding of the importance of corporate-reputation protection.
- Best Practices in Information Security: Exchange best practices and approaches to real-world security issues with a group of colleagues who share your concerns and challenges but bring different perspectives to the table.
Explore the recent and related Tuck News article: Information Security Chiefs Trade Pocket Protectors for Suits as New Threats Elevate Status.
Hear from members of the 2013 BESP class.
Business Engagement and the Information Security Professional (BESP)
Hear more about this program from Hans.