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HR Talks

HR’s role in a changing business environment

A breakfast conversation hosted by FT | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance

The Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance hosted the session at the Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées in Paris offering chance for HR executives to share their experience, knowledge and thoughts with peers and industry experts.

The roundtable was moderated by Malcolm Moore UK News Editor, Financial Times and Dr Daniel Corsten professor of Operations & Technology Management at IE Business School.

HR Talks Paris 7 June

Malcolm Moore, UK News Editor, FT

Malcolm has been in charge of UK News at the Financial Times since March 2016, and has been responsible for coverage of Brexit, the British economy and politics. Before joining the FT, he was the deputy head of World News at the Telegraph Media Group and a long-time foreign correspondent in Italy and China. He opened the Telegraph's Shanghai bureau in 2008 before moving to Beijing. He won the 2012 Foreign Press Association award for news story of the year for his coverage of riots in Wukan, south China. 

Dr Daniel Corsten, Professor of Operations & Technology Management at IE Business School

Dr. Daniel Corsten is Professor of Operations & Technology Management at IE Business School (IE University) in Madrid. He received his PhD in Marketing from University of St. Gallen. His research appeared in Management Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Marketing and Journal of Operations Management, in managerial journals such as Harvard Business Review and the International Commerce Review. He has consulted and researched with Fortune 500 companies such as ABB, Agentrics, BASF, Bayer, Brammer, Danone, Microsoft, Nestle, Procter & Gamble, UBS and Unilever.

HR Talks gather small groups of senior executives together to debate leadership challenges, approaches and strategies. Hosted by FT Journalists and members of our global educator network, these sessions encourage conversations among selected audiences in private settings.

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