Sunday, October 14, 2018 to Friday, October 19, 2018
Rethinking Financial Inclusion is a Harvard Kennedy School executive education program exploring frontier issues in finance for the underserved. Led by Harvard professors with years of experience designing and evaluating financial innovations, this one-week program combines an evidence-based approach with theoretical insights to expose leaders like you to the changing landscape of finance, enhance your understanding of client needs and equip you with the tools you need to design financial products that will satisfy them.
Rethinking Financial Inclusion will enable you to:
- Learn how to apply evidence to design innovative financial services that meet client needs in evolving environments;
- Practice negotiation strategies critical to effectively leading organizational change;
- Examine how behavioral insights inform financial decision making;
- Analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of financial products.
Program fee: USD 8,800
Registration deadline: 14 Aug 2018
- Region Global
- Language English