Jun 12 2024


10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Leveraging Macroeconomic Insights for Strategic Advantage with Pierre Yared 

Leveraging Macroeconomic Insights for Strategic Advantage with Pierre Yared 

In an era of unprecedented economic volatility, corporate strategy is being reshaped by seismic global forces. How can strategy executives steer their organizations through this turbulent landscape? Join Outthinker Networks members for a roundtable discussion led by Pierre Yared, Professor and Vice Dean of Executive Education at Columbia Business School. Yared will provide an expert analysis of current macroeconomic trends and issues, shedding light on how these broader economic forces can impact corporate strategy decisions. 

Members will have the opportunity to share the big-picture macro challenges they are navigating within their organizations. Yard will then map these real-world scenarios to economic forces, offering strategic guidance on how to align strategic decision-making with the evolving global environment. This is a must-attend event for strategy leaders seeking to future-proof their organizations amidst dynamic macroeconomic shifts. 

09:30Welcome and check-in   
10:30Leveraging Macroeconomic Insights for Strategic Advantage with Pierre Yared of Columbia Business School 
01:30 – The Future of the CSO and Career Paths with Heidrick & Struggles 
02:45Challenge Forum Rapid Rounds 
03:45 – Takeaways, announcements, and close 
04:15Networking and cocktails 


Speaker Bio: 

Pierre Yared is the MUTB Professor of International Business, Senior Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs, and Vice Dean for Executive Education at Columbia Business School. His research, which has been published in leading academic journals, focuses on macroeconomic policy and political economy. He is a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research and an associate editor of the American Economic Review. Yared teaches Global Economic Environment, a Core MBA course in macroeconomics for which he received the Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York.