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Management of People

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     Executive Education

     Organisation & Management

     Management of People

     International leadership forum on human resource management

     INSEAD Executive Education

     Develop new ways to approach and solve general management challenges.

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     INSEAD Executive Education

     ALIGNING STRATEGY AND PEOPLE

     Most organisations today are under the pressures of high performance: to become more global, to transfer knowledge across structures that have gone ??beyond matrix??, to implement strategy more effectively, to do more with less - and faster. The crucial equation is the relationship between a competitive business strategy and the people who will implement it. MAKING STRATEGY COME ALIVE

     Most general managers know that the critical resources are not raw materials, products or markets but the organisational capabilities to execute a strategy stage by stage and to facilitate change. In short, the right people. Human resource managers are under pressure to organise professional HR basics for high quality at low cost, so as to focus their energies on meeting the needs of business strategy. Once again, the right people. The programme, Management of People, opens up a dialogue on this challenge between senior line managers and HR professionals. It is an international leadership forum on human resource management. You can expect to debate the responses to fundamental issues. You will draw on the conclusions of profound research. You will compare and contrast the experiences of your carefully selected peers. Many questions will arise, finding the answers will help you to make strategy come alive. Whether you are a line manager or an HR professional, this unique programme will have major implications for the way you work in the future. You have the chance to discover how to make an even more positive contribution to the long term success of your organisation.

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     INSEAD Executive Education

     FOCUSING ON ORGANISATIONAL SUCCESS

     Are there secrets? Is there specialist knowledge that??s hard to come by? Or is it a question of thinking differently, of breaking away from preconceptions? Here you will focus on the essentials. THE ISSUES

     The effective, dynamic organisation How can you contribute to building a competitive culture in your organisation? How can you inspire a commitment to continuous improvement? What are the real requirements to manage organisational learning? The complexities of international business How can you enhance global teamwork in organisations also facing local pressures? When alliances and joint ventures blur the boundaries, what are the keys to cooperation? How can you facilitate teamwork across functions and across cultures? Learning from the latest developments How can you harness the tensions behind the paradoxes of organisational effectiveness? What are the latest ideas on leadership and career development? How can you overcome the barriers to global knowledge management by creating a ??meta-national?? organisation?

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     CROSSING THE FRONTIERS OF THEORY AND PRACTICE

     Over five days, Management of People will give you the opportunity to discover the fruits of continuous research. You will match this with the vast and diverse experience brought together during the programme. PRINCIPAL TOPICS

     Trends and challenges in aligning people and organisation to business and strategy ? How can you develop the human motivation to bring about the strategic objectives? ? Alignment really means ??realignment??, so what are the traps and pitfalls? Managing knowledge and innovation: capitalising on social networks ? How can HRM contribute to shaping structure and processes so as to channel knowledge in the firm? ? What are the insights of social network theory for value creation in the enterprise? Managing and changing organisational culture Many of us would accept that products and structures are ephemeral. It is only deeper cultural attributes that give long-term competitive advantage. ? But how do you assess the character of a corporation? ? How do you build on the strengths of your culture and avoid the weakness of its shadow sides? ? How can managers change culture: something that is so important and yet so ephemeral? Transferring and creating knowledge: from the multinational to the meta-national enterprise ? What are the implications of the now widely accepted fact that competitive advantage in the future will go to the firm that can combine and transfer knowledge? ? Why is competitive advantage increasingly moving from companies with big home markets to those ??meta-nationals?? who don??t have a clear home base? ? What is happening to management in a world where the face-to-face goes together with the virtual organisation?

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     INSEAD Executive Education

     The changing face of leadership In the twentieth century, we focused on trying to understand leadership by putting people into neat boxes. This no longer works in the twenty-first century, though talent and leadership development remains a dominant concern. ? How can you manage the vital task of leadership development in an age of unpredictability and uncertainty? ? Why are many of the leading firms in the world destroying value through outdated practices? Managing people development in an era of transitions Many factors mean that career development is undergoing profound changes. (The current pension problem in Europe is accelerating these changes.) People in the future won??t have one career, they will have two or three different careers. ? How can we facilitate and profit from career transitions? ? What does it mean to move into a world of careers without boundaries? Insights into change processes Research shows that most organisations in the western world are destroying value, simply because there is too much change. The problem is not change; it is continuity in change! ? How can you provide that necessary continuity? ? How can you avoid the pendulum swings in leadership? ? How can you cope in a world where the challenge for human resource management is increasingly that of harnessing tension and contradiction?

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     A SPECIAL PARTICIPANT MIX

     MEETING WITH YOUR PEERS

     Management of People pays particular attention to international companies and is intended for: ? General managers and other senior line executives who need to be concerned with the people issues in building high-performance organisations ? Human Resources executives who are committed to facilitating organisation change ? Line executives who have recently assumed HR management responsibilities Early application is desired to enable a balanced selection across responsibilities and cultures.

     Technical Finance Other 5% 4% General 16% 13% Management Operations 8% Marketing 3% 16% HR Vice-Presidents

     35%

     Benelux 14% United Kingdom 8% Rest of the World

     18% 8%

     8%

     Germany Eastern Europe 6%

     16%

     Other Services

     25%

     Consumer Goods 16% Electrics/ 19% Electronics

     Scandinavia Financial 11% Services

     22%

     HR Executives

     USA

     Rest of Europe

     16% 5%

     8%

     Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics

     Heavy Metal Natural Resources

     FUNCTION

     NATIONALITY

     INDUSTRY

     Some past participants

     R&D Manager

     AKZO NOBEL POLYMER CHEMICALS The Netherlands

     Human Resources Vice-President

     INFINEUM INTERNATIONAL LTD United Kingdom

     Internet Industry Partnerships Manager

     ORANGE SA France

     Marketing & Communications Director

     BAIN & COMPANY INC France

     Head of Corporate Diversity Management

     ING GROUP The Netherlands

     Manager

     PETR??LEO BRASILEIRO SA Brazil

     HR Development & Integration Manager

     DEERE & CO Germany

     Chief Operations & Services Officer

     INVESCO CONTINENTAL EUROPE Belgium

     Manager of Executive Compensation

     SHELL INTERNATIONAL LTD United Kingdom

     Senior Vice-President

     DEUTSCHE BANK AG Germany

     Vice-President Global HRD

     NOKIA MOBILE PHONES Finland

     Chief Operating Officer

     SOCI??T?? G??N??RALE SA Germany

     Engines Manufacturing Manager

     FERRARI SPA Italy 8

     Human Resources Partner

     NOVO NORDISK A/S Denmark

     Head of Human Resources

     W?RTSIL? SCHWEIZ AG Switzerland

     INSEAD Executive Education

     A SPECIAL WAY OF WORKING

     NETWORKING AND EXPERIENCE SHARING THROUGH INTEREST GROUPS

     Working sessions of interest groups are created to run in parallel with the course sessions. They provide a forum for in-depth exchange and analysis on a range of participant concerns. These groups of 5-7 participants are formed early in the seminar on the basis of common interest. The groups facilitate experience-sharing between participants and faculty, further exchange of perspectives between line and personnel managers and the working through of the underlying challenges of change management. Here participants can also tap into the experience of resource persons participants in other teams - as well as INSEAD faculty who are not teaching on the programme. The groups are expected to present their conclusions to the plenary group and to a panel of faculty and outside executives in the concluding sessions of the seminar.

     SOME RECENT INTEREST GROUP TOPICS

     Identifying talent and developing leadership skills ? Virtual teams and virtual organisation ? Managing restructuring, reengineering and/or cost reduction ? Successfully building and managing partnerships ? HR challenges in merger integration and managing culture change ? Developing leadership competencies for the new economy ? Building teamwork (effective inter-functional/cross-cultural teams) ? Managing performance appraisal and reward systems

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     LEARNING BY SHARING AND EXCHANGING

     You will have the opportunity of working with leading INSEAD faculty who understand your issues and will stimulate your thinking with the depth of their experience. You will also interact with peers from many different countries and businesses. PAUL EVANS

     Programme Director Professor of Organisational Behaviour The Shell Chaired Professor of Human Resources and Organisation Development PhD, AP Sloan School of Management, MIT

     HERMINIA IBARRA

     Professor of Organisational Behaviour The INSEAD Chaired Professor of Organisational Behaviour MA and PhD Yale University

     CHARLES GALUNIC

     Professor of Organisational Behaviour The Cora Chaired Professor of Retailing and Management PhD Stanford University

     GARETH JONES

     Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behavior Human Resources Director and Internal Communication of the BBC

     JOS?? SANTOS

     Affiliate Professor of International Management Msc University of

London

     The Global Challenge: Frameworks for International Human Resource Management, written by Paul Evans, Vladimir Pucik and JeanLouis Barsoux.

     Some of the faculty members may change. To learn more about the faculty listed above, visit our website: www.insead.edu/faculty

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     INSEAD: YOUR BUSINESS SCHOOL

     OUR MISSION

     As an educational institution, our mission is to promote a non-dogmatic learning environment that brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world to: ?? develop responsible, thoughtful business leaders and entrepreneurs whose actions create value for their organisation and their communities ?? create and disseminate management knowledge that expands the frontiers of academic thought and informs business practice

     OUR VALUES

     Diversity as a source of learning and enrichment We are free from any dominant culture or prevalent dogma. We are open to, and respectful of, other views. We learn through the exchange of ideas and experiences. Independence as a governance principle We believe in intellectual freedom and are autonomous in our financial, institutional and academic planning and decision-making process. Rigour and relevance in teaching and research We encourage diversity in research and teaching methods with no single school-ofthought or methodology predominating. What matters is rigour and impact on management as an academic discipline, on business practice and in the classroom. Closeness to the international business community We partner with the international business community to explore and disseminate management knowledge. We believe in the role of business as a force for improving people??s lives. Entrepreneurial spirit We are willing to experiment and innovate; we are ready to take risks and manage well the results of our actions.

     THE GLOBAL LEARNING NETWORK

     INSEAD is one of the world??s largest top-tier graduate business schools, with two comprehensive and fully connected campuses in Asia (Singapore) and Europe (France). Currently, 141 faculty members from 29 countries teach more than 840 MBA participants, 6,800 executives and 66 PhD candidates. None of the 90 nationalities represented in these programmes exceeds 10% of the total student/executive body. INSEAD was founded in Fontainebleau, France, in 1957. The Asia Campus was created in Singapore in October 2000. Both campuses are regional hubs in the school??s emerging Global Learning Network. INSEAD was one of the first business schools to offer a one-year, intensive MBA Programme. In

    addition to the MBA and PhD, both campuses offer a large portfolio of Executive Development Programmes, including an Executive MBA Programme, together with an ambitious research agenda stimulated by 11 research centres. The INSEAD-Wharton Alliance, announced in May 2001, combines INSEAD??s resources with those of the Wharton School, whose campuses inPhiladelphia and San Francisco enable us to deliver business education and research across our Global Learning Network.

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     FEES AND EXPENSES

     TUITION

     A tuition fee of ? 7,750* is billed after acceptance, two to three months before the programme, and must be settled before the programme begins. Instruction, teaching materials, books, refreshments at breaks, lunches on working days and the closing dinner are covered by this fee.

     GENERAL INFORMATION

     SESSION

     Programme held in Fontainebleau 19-23 April 2004

     ACCOMMODATION

     Accommodation is not included in the tuition fees. It is reserved by INSEAD and generally averages ? 810 per week including breakfast. Accommodation should be settled at the end of the programme. Weekday lunches are served cafeteria-style in the campus restaurant. A wide variety of choices allows you to select dishes in accordance with your tastes and dietary requirements.

     LENGTH

     5 days

     APPLICATION PROCEDURE

     Please be advised that there is no deadline for sending applications. However, you are encouraged to send your application form as early as possible since the number of places are limited in a programme. Only complete applications are reviewed by the Admissions Committee. The selection process seeks to maintain comparable ability and experience and to ensure diversity in country of nationality and place of work. Applications should be sent to: Liz Ciccarella Admissions Manager INSEAD, Boulevard de Constance 77305 Fontainebleau Cedex, France Tel: +33 (0)1 60 72 40 30 Fax: +33 (0)1 60 74 55 13 E-mail:

    execed.europe@insead.edu

     INCIDENTALS

     Telephone, laundry, mail, etc. handled by INSEAD should be settled directly with us at the end of the programme. We accept a variety of credit cards, travellers?? cheques and cash.

     SCHEDULE

     A typical working day lasts from 08:00 to 18:00 with several short

    breaks and a break for lunch in the campus restaurant. Evening activities include some reading, group discussion and social events.

     ANY QUESTIONS?

     If you have any questions on this or any of INSEAD??s executive programmes, please contact: Europe Campus Tel: +33 (0)1 60 72 42 90 Fax: +33 (0)1 60 74 55 13 E-mail: execed.europe@insead.edu Asia Campus Tel: +65 6799 5377 Fax: +65 6799 5299 E-mail: execed.asia@insead.edu

     CANCELLATION POLICY

     Cancellation charges are as follows: 45 to 30 days notice: 25% of the tuition fees 29 to 8 days notice: 50% of the tuition fees 7 days or less: 100% of the tuition fees

     * Subject to change. VAT to be added for companies based in France. INSEAD does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, age or disability, in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programmes,

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     PERSONAL APPLICATION FORM

     Please write clearly in black and make a copy for your own records.

     Programme held in Fontainebleau: 19-23 April 2004

     Please note that only complete applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.

     Family name (in

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     YOUR FUNCTION

     1. R & D 2. Finance/Control/Accounting 3.

    Sales/Distribution/Marketing/Advertising/PR 4. Human

    Resources/Personnel 5. Manufacturing/Logistics 6. Corporate Planning 7. Data Processing/Information Services 8. Consulting/Legal 9. General Management 10. Other Functional Management (please specify) ????

     YOUR GEOGRAPHIC RESPONSIBILITIES

     1) Main area of responsibility applies to one country 2) Main area of responsibility applies to several countries 3) Main area of

responsibility applies to more than one continent

     YOUR POSITION

     1) Main board director 2) Country manager, group head of function and/or reports directly to main board director 3) Reports directly to 2 (above) 4) Not covered by the above (please specify) ????

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     PERSONAL INFORMATION

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     Education (last two academic institutions only). Dates attended, degrees received. ???? ???? Have you attended previous executive programmes? Please give institution, programme and year. ???? ???? ???? Please describe in detail on a separate sheet the following essential information. The Admissions Committee will not review any application without this information. 1. Employment record (last ten years). Dates and positions held. 2. Your objectives in wanting to attend this programme. Please give the name of the senior Human Resource executive in your company/division.

    Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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