webinar register page

Webinar banner
Driving Tech for Good: The role of company boards
Companies and Societies are facing major disruption. Exploring and governing technology for good will be a major issue for organizations going forward. Boards are the ultimately responsible for the strategy and ensuring the transition.

The Global Club INSEAD Directors Network, IDN, has the mission to foster excellent corporate governance through networking, communication and self-improvement. IDN is an active club with 1600+ international board directors as members, who continuously discusses the most current and challenging board issues in global webinars, local and regional meetings, on its website and on social media.

This hour we have brought together a global top panel of experienced executives and board members to discuss the challenges and best practices for boards to ensure that organizations progress the organizations technology for good agenda, and how the INSEAD Directors Network is supporting their challenges. The panel which are all experienced directors, includes IDN Ambassadors from US and Australia, technology experienced IDN Members and is facilitated by one of the IDN Board Members.

Helen Gillies IDP-C'14Sep, AMP'11Jul
Independent Board Board director at two listed and three private companies and IDN Ambassador Australia.

Mary Francia IDP-C'14Apr, Partner Board Practice Leader at Odgers Berndtson US and IDN Ambassador US

Dimitri Chichlo EMBA'17Dec, NED & Chair of Operations & Digital Committee, CEO Cybersecurity consulting company AndSecure, IDN Member & INSEAD Alumni.

Liselotte Engstam IDP-C'15Oct, Independent Board Director & Chair at three listed and two private companies, INSEAD Alumni & Board Member at INSEAD Directors Network and INSEAD Alumni Network Sweden. Experienced facilitator, including global live interactive webinars at IDN since 2015.

Sep 12, 2020 02:00 AM in Paris

Webinar logo
Webinar is over, you cannot register now. If you have any questions, please contact Webinar host: Global INSEAD Day.