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One of your core roles as a leader is to make decisions, and you probably make hundreds of them every week. From analysing information, to evaluating and solving problems, and developing new ideas, good leaders seek out the right information and data to make strong, informed decisions (and avoid making bad ones).

But decision making can be fraught with complexity, and many leaders fall into decision making traps and fail to learn from their mistakes. So how can you raise the bar, and make robust decisions as a leader, and as a  leadership team?

Join acclaimed Professor Boris Groysberg from Harvard University for an interactive seminar for you and your team, to learn leadership and management practices that will strengthen your skills and impact organisational  effectiveness.

Professor Groysberg will take you on a journey, examining leadership decision making, and how you can align digital strategy with action and communication to make an impact. The CityScore Case Discussion will share  insights into how the City of Boston used data analysis and management to transform outcomes for the city and its residents and to inform the strategy for the city into the future.

Professor Groysberg will lead discussion using the Harvard Business School (HBS) Case Method, an innovative teaching model critiquing real life, recent case study, combining interactive lecture, video, and group discussions for a highly dynamic learning experience. Professor Groysberg will take you on a journey, examining leadership decision making, and how you can align information gathering with strategy, action and communication to make an impact.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity for leadership teams to come together to explore the topics crucial for driving high performance and enhancing the capability of executive teams.