Henley European Forums timely launch announced

1 August 2016

Henley European Forums timely launch announced

Professor Andrew Kakabadse and Visiting Professor Stefan Schepers will be launching the Henley European Forum in autumn 2016. At a time when convergent crises may put the European single market at risk, Henley Business School aims to contribute to problem solving by harnessing the power of its extensive research.

The Henley European Forum will bring together faculty to provide key organisations with a brief summary of research that may offer a useful insight and be helpful with problem solving.

 This effort is part of the Henley Directors’ Forum, a European and global focal point for high-impact research, advice and peer review of new developments within the European setting.  Based on high-quality emergent research findings, the forum aims to support governments and European institutions, corporations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)  by making available to them the latest thinking on:

  • governance
  • innovation
  • sustainability
  • policy and strategy execution
  • leadership
  • top team performance

 Contributions from academics, public servants, elected representatives, company directors and NGO executives, capturing their experiences and questions to address, will be collated and presented for consideration and discussion.  The Henley European Forum will facilitate examination of the key issues facing European institutions and citizens, and act as a central point for the latest thinking and practice.