Taking decisions in a world characterised by its volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) will be the topic of an Airmic Leadership Masterclass delivered by Dr Paolo Aversa, Associate Professor of Strategy, Bayes Business School.
Paolo will deliver this one-hour virtual session at 3pm, via Microsoft Teams, on Monday 12 September.
This additional session to the Leadership Masterclass Series will focus on the key ingredients that leaders need to adopt in their decision-making to manage risk effectively in today’s turbulent environment.
Paolo is an award-winning global speaker who is known particularly for his expertise in decision-making and for his creative use of Formula One as an analogy for decision-making and effective risk management.
More about Paolo
Paolo is Associate Professor of Strategy at Bayes Business School (City, University of London), where he also served as director of the Full Time MBA from 2017 to 2021. He holds nine visiting and honorary positions in various European institutions, including the Stockholm School of Economics, ESADE, UCL and the University of Venice), and serves as advisor and non-executive director for companies across various industries.
His research concentrates on business innovation and the evolution of industries and ecosystems. He focuses on technology-intensive settings to explore radical innovations, digital transformation and business models.
He is globally considered one of the leading academic experts in the motorsport and Formula One industry. His works are published in leading outlets such as the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Research Policy, Journal of Management Studies, Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review, among others.
He has received more than 20 teaching, research and impact awards, including a Marie-Curie Fellowship and being listed among the World’s Best 40 under 40 Professors (Poets & Quants). His research has featured more than 400 times in international media, including the Financial Times, The Times, Sky, Forbes and the BBC.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 9 September if you would like to join the session.
You will then be registered and will receive an Outlook Teams invite prior to 12 September.
Head of Learning, Airmic