Scenario planning for investment decisions with Professor Peter Joos
Scenario planning for investment decisions
with Professor Peter Joos
Tuesday 28 November at 6.30pm @ INSEAD
Join us on Tuesday 28 November at 6.30pm at INSEAD Campus for a very practical lecture on scenario planning for investment decisions with Professor Peter Joos.
Peter Joos is an Associate Professor of Accounting and Control at INSEAD. Prior to (re-)joining INSEAD in 2014, Peter served on the faculty of Baruch College, MIT Sloan School of Management, Chicago Booth School of Business and INSEAD. Between 2006 and 2014, Peter also served as (Global) Head of Valuation & Accounting in Morgan Stanley’s Equity Research dept. in Hong Kong and London.
Cost: DUAL and one guest each pay $45
Link here: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/scenario-planning-for-investment-decisions-with-professor-peter-joos-tickets-38797048015?discount=DUAL281
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Nanyang Business School (NBS) Focus Point: Transformational Thinking
What does it take to succeed in today's fast-changing, competitive business environment? Why is it that some people succeed more consistently than others?
This panel discussion features our distinguished influencers: Mr Koh Su Hock, Head of Channel Sales, South Asia, Dropbox; Mr Terry Smagh, Executive Leader (Cloud & Analytics, Asia Pacific), IBM Singapore; Ms Yeo Wan Ling, CEO, Caregiver Asia.
The moderator Karen Leong is a global keynote speaker, thought leader on Influence, and the author of the book "Win People Over - 75 Simple and Powerful Ways to Influence Anyone".
The highlight of the evening is a keynote on Transformational Thinking by Mukul Deva, hailed by the media as The Change Maker.
Experience an inspiring evening of forging connections, fascinating conversations and celebrations hosted by Joe Augustin.
Cost: $20 per NBS / NTU Alumnus; $40 per CFA / DUAL Member; $50 per Guest
Adeline Lim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Read more: http://web.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/alumni/eNewsletter/NBSFocusPoint_20171130/index.html
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DUAL Thanksgiving cum Year End Dinner
It's time for Thanksgiving cum year-end holiday celebration. Don't miss this informal social event of the year...Come join us for a grand buffet feast of good ole American-style roasted turkey plus all the trimmings. Some items on the menu: turkey, gravy and cranberry sauce; honey baked ham; mashed potatoes; stuffings; corn on the cob; Christmas pudding; pumpkin pie, etc. Do note the American Club is still under renovations - so we will be holding the dinner at the Tanglin Club again this year but will make sure we have enough turkeys this year!
Cost: $75 for members/spouse of DUAL member clubs; $85 for non-members/spouse of DUAL member clubs; $40 for kids ages 5 to 11; free for kids below 5. Cash Bar.
RSVP and make payment via: http://ptix.at/CSxUoG
Please email Ms. Ng Hau Yee at email@example.com
We will once again be having a bit of fun raising funds for the charity "Food from the Heart" http://www.foodheart.org/. Seats are limited - we have a full house every year with a waiting list. So sign up early!! Seats are only confirmed once payment is made. Once paid, you are responsible for finding a replacement if you no longer can attend, but we can help link you with someone on the wait list (if any). No refunds for no shows.
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Dartmouth: Pulau Ubin Guided Walk
Want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore for a few hours? Come join Dartmouth alums on their getaway to Pulau Ubin - an island off eastern Singapore, often considered the last 'kampung' (village) in Singapore. We'll leave on a bumboat and explore an easy-moderate level trail with our guide who will lead us on our nature walk. Kids are welcome!
Cost: SGD 25 for the guide + SGD 6 for the ferry (return)
by 5 December, Tuesday
Candice Ling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Storytelling Workshop (Northwestern Kellogg)
The Northwestern University and Kellogg Alumni Club of Singapore wishes to invite you to a storytelling workshop hosted by Esther Choy, Class of 2009, at the Google office.
People forget facts, but they never forget a good story. It sounds so simple: Incorporate a story and people will remember your message. But when you get down to crafting one, there's nothing easy about it. Material for stories surrounds us. Yet few people are skilled at sharing personal anecdotes and even fewer know how to link them to professional goals.
Esther’s debut book, "Let the Story Do the Work," shows you how to mine your experience for simple narratives that convey who you are, what you want to achieve, and why others should care.
Cost: Cost: $35 includes your copy of the book as well as food and drinks
Questions, please contact Willie Chang at email@example.com
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