Fifth Executive Education Forum discusses key current socioeconomic issues
On March 2, FGV Executive Education will launch the Fifth Executive Education Forum in Brasilia. The meeting will bring together professors, consultants and leaders of organizations to discuss and reflect on key current socioeconomic issues. There will be 13 free talks, all starting at 7 pm, at FGV Brasilia (SGAN, Block 602, modules A, B and C, Brasilia).
The first week will be dedicated to discussions of Economics and Finance. On March 2, the public pension reform and its impacts on private pensions will be debated by Gilvan Cândido da Silva (the coordinator of the Private Pensions Unit of FGV’s Executive MBA in Economics and Management), Cicero Rafael Barros Dias (of Funpresp) and Narlon Gutierre Nogueira (of the Finance Ministry). On March 4, Professor Andre Luiz Fernandes Limeira (the coordinator of the Controllership, Auditing and Compliance Unit of FGV’s MBA in Financial Management) will talk about “Cost Management and Evaluation of Results by Controllerships; the Relevance of Compliance.” Finally, on March 5, Professor Carlos Alberto Decotelli da Silva (the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Banking and Financial Institutions) and Oscar Decotelli (the CEO and founding partner of DXA Investments) will speak about “Financial Geopolitics in the Economy 5.0.”
On March 10, a week dedicated to Strategy and Business will begin. The first talk will be about “Strategic People Management: Ideas for Transformation.” The speakers will be Professor Denize Dutra (the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Strategic Human Resources Management) and consultant Celisa Gonçalves. On March 11, the topic discussed will be “High-Performance Professionals,” featuring Professor Marcus Vinícius Quintella Cury (the Coordinator of FGV’s Executive MBA in Strategic and Economic Business Management) and Carlos Jacobino (the president of ISG). Finally, on March 12, there will be a talk on “Agility in Business and Projects,” by three professors: André Barcaui (the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Project Management), Luciano Sales and Norberto Almeida.
The next set of Executive Education Forum talks will start on March 17, focusing on Management of Specific Sectors. On this day, there will be a talk titled “Outlook for 2020: What to Expect for the Brazilian Economy and Agribusiness,” featuring Professor Felippe Serigatti (of FGV EESP and FGVagro). On March 24, “Measuring Value in Health” will be discussed by Professor Adriana André (the coordinator of FGV’s Executive MBA in Health) and Professor Carlos Eduardo Sverdloff (the director of ATCGen/Synat).
Public Administration will be the next theme of the forum’s talks, on March 24, 25 and 26. The first talk, titled “Perspectives on Best Practices in Institutional and Governmental Relations: Brazil and the World,” will be given by Professor Rodrigo Navarro (the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Governmental Relations), Bruno Perman (of IRELGOV) and Luiz Henrique Bezerra (of ABRIG). The next talk, “Regulation and Infrastructure Concessions,” will be given by Mauro Santos Silva (the coordinator of the Regulation Unit of FGV’s Executive MBA in Economics and Management) and Rutelly Marques (a Senate legislative advisor). Finally, Cristiano Heckert (the federal government’s management secretary) and Mauro Santos Silva will talk about “Public Governance and Digital Government.”
The last week of the forum will discuss Marketing and Management. Douglas Gomides (the CEO of Marketing Digital) and João Rego (the director of CodeZone) will talk about “Digital 2020: Trends and Certainties” on March 31. Finally, to wrap up the Executive Education Forum, on April 2, Professor Hélio Arthur Irigaray (the coordinator of FGV’s MBA in Commercial Management) and Roberto Giampetro (of Safran Helicopter Engines) will explore “The Contemporary Challenges of Sales Professionals.”
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