Registration is now open for our two decision-maker short courses being offered for one incredibly intense week, next June.
The courses are aimed at the following quite common scenario: you or your boss is a principal and is called upon to make a consequential policy decision involving the very rapid recent changes in neuroscience or computational social science (think neurolaw, modeling the Lehman Brother’s crash, deception-detection or migration effects of climate change).
There is a proposal on the table, it requires the ability to think critically at the intersection of policy, business and the wave of new technological tools–the key is to have a good decision, informed by an appreciation for the difference between what’s real and what’s pie-in-the-sky.
We aim to educate principals and their top staff to make realistic consequential decisions informed by the latest research. Our faculty are experts in their disciplines and they all have the ability to communicate in plain English–we’ve minimized the jargon.
The venue will be Mason’s brand new Mason Inn Conference Center and your cohort of high-level fellow attendees will be as engaged as you. There will be additional ample opportunities for face-to-face social networking (still the best kind, in my opinion).