5 July 2024
Behavioral Corporate Governance and Strategic Management
This course is particularly interesting and important to students who strive to work in middle and top management but also for all others interested in understanding how decisions at the top of an organization are made. Behavioral corporate governance is the study of the behavior of top executives and directors - individually, within, and across groups. We will cover a selection of different topics and strategic situations from the realm of top decision-makers to understand how decision maker's behavior affects the outcomes of such decisions, for the better or worse of the entire organization. Recurring scandals, such as Enron, Wirecard, or Silicon Valley Bank, and global crises, such as the pandemic or the Russian invasion of Ukraine, regularly show the importance of top decision makers' conduct and behavior, which can ultimately fail or thrive an organization.
Ilaria Orlandi - Department of Strategy and Innovation
The course will be co-taught with Fabian Ahrens (CBS Center of Corporate Governance).
This is a graduate level course. CBS Summer University courses at Copenhagen Business School is open to all and welcomes domestic and international students as well as professionals.
Master core terminology regarding behavioral corporate governance and strategic leadership, including most relevant actors and groups such as top management team and board of directors
Understand, discuss and evaluate the behavior of top-level decision makers in strategic situations to identify trends and knowledge gaps
Summarize, critically evaluate and present the knowledge base of scientific research on decision makers' behaviors to derive practical implications and insights
This is an intensive 2-week course. 2-week courses cannot be combined with any other courses.
DKK 5750: Tuition fee - Non European students
DKK 2875: Tuition fee - Open University students