The DCRO Live program features live online gatherings designed specifically for directors and c-suite executives. DCRO Live events include positive case study presentations of how strategic governance is done well and small group discussions of immediate challenges faced by directors or executives or topics of timely interest. Read more below and apply to join.
Nine times each year, a fellow board member or senior executive leads a group discussion of a critical element of successful strategic governance using an example of what they know to have worked well. These 55-minute gatherings are popular venues to receive guidance on topical or transformative ideas. Attendees typically come from more than 20 countries and diverse industries. See below for a schedule of future events and past lessons made available to subscribers.
Organized around specific questions or challenges faced by a director or senior executive, these discussion salons are organized on short notice and limited to very small groups. DCRO Live subscribers are invited to propose discussion questions that are of current interest to them or their colleagues. If approved, the DCRO Institute will organize a discussion group to address the issue. See a sample of past discussions below.
DCRO Live membership is available to:
Your subscription garners access to DCRO Live events and to recordings of past positive case study sessions as well as entry to an exclusive network:
If you meet the eligibility requirements:
Strategic Technologies and Your Ability to Compete Today and in the Future: 5G/Next G. Why All the Hype and Why You Should Care with Dan Elmore, former head of the Wireless Security Institute at the Idaho National Lab
Modernizing Compliance and Ethical Business Practices: Positive Examples of Board and Executive Leadership with Eric Young and Christine Schleppegrell
DCRO Live subscribers can propose a topic of current interest or a specific challenge they are facing and discuss that with a small group of peers who are also DCRO Live subscribers. Below are a few examples:
All discussions follow the Chatham House Rule.