The current COVID-19 crisis brings many companies in unknown and dangerous waters. Management often faces unprecedented challenges. This situation requires different skills and mindsets. Join Professor Joost de Haas (INSEAD) for our webinar on how to navigate through this storm. You will gain practical insights into controlling your business, getting a view on short-term liquidity and restructuring your business.
At AIF, Joost de Haas teaches the very topical Managing Corporate Turnarounds program. During a 3-day simulation-based workshop, the participants are faced with various stages of a turnaround process, and have to consider the trade-offs between short-term survival and long-term recovery.
Reviewing the challenges many businesses are facing due to the Corona crisis
Examining the different skill set that is required of managers in this unprecedented situation
Gaining practical insights into managing your business
How to balance short-term liquidity actions while working towards a long-term recovery plan
Regenerating value for stakeholders by turning the business around
Amsterdam Institute of Finance (Host)
Paula Jääskeläinen | Business Development Manager
At Amsterdam Institute of Finance we specialize in providing quality education for professionals - from the basics of finance to more specialized advanced topics. Our faculty consists of the world’s leading experts. More than 15.000 professionals have participated in our programs and events.
Joost de Haas
Joost de Haas is an Adjunct-Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD since 2009, where he teaches ‘Managing Corporate Turnarounds’ in both the MBA and EMBA programs.
Joost has (co)founded a number of businesses in various industries, has acquired and turned around several companies and has been active in turnaround management since 2001. Until recently, Joost was the CEO of Roto Smeets Group and Executive Director of one of Europe’s leading printing and multimedia companies.
After graduating with an MBA from INSEAD in 1986, Joost joined McKinsey & Company. Upon leaving McKinsey he has held several executive and senior management positions in mostly FMCG and telecommunications companies, before turning an entrepreneur in 1994. His core skills include restructuring companies through operational and financial engineering, as well as growing and financing fledgling companies.
Joost holds a Master’s degree in Quantitative Business Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and an MBA from INSEAD.