Dr Kishore Sengupta, Director of Executive Education and Reader in Operations Management, Cambridge Judge Business School

Businesses today operate in turbulent times, they face ever increasing challenges that arise from complexity and a key issue is managing that risk within acceptable levels. Rapid development leads to new risks to manage and this is seen as one of the greatest challenges that organisations need to manage today.

This webinar will look at risk, and understanding how complexity creates these challenges whilst also considering trends and acknowledging that opportunities can arise from these increased risks such as ongoing innovation, regulation, data and information overload and volatility in today’s world.

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Kishore SenguptaDr Kishore Sengupta is Director of Executive Education at Cambridge Judge Business School. As a Reader in Operations Management his research and teaching activities are focussed on managing complexity in organisations, managing complex projects and managing innovations in networks.

Dr Sengupta has served as advisor on several projects with the US Government Department of Defense and NASA, and has consulted with organisations in Silicon Valley and Hong Kong. He has also worked at the AT&T Network Software Center (now LucentTechnologies) and Ernst & Young.

Prior to joining the School, Dr Sengupta was an Associate Professor of Information Systems at INSEAD. Before this he was on the faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, USA. In 1996-1997 he was a Visiting Scholar at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong.

Kishore Sengupta teaches on the Leading Strategically Through Risk & Uncertainty programme.

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Date: 22 February 2019
Start Time: 11:00
End Time: 12:00

 

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Date: 22 February 2019
Start Time: 11:00
End Time: 12:00