The Conference Board Councils are ongoing peer networks that meet in person three times a year, plus ad hoc virtual sessions. The level of trust that is built during and between meetings allows members to share leading practices and discuss challenges and successes in an off-the-record environment. Content for meeting agendas is set by members, so the discussions are timely and relevant. The group will typically discuss one subject in substantial depth, including occasional workshop sessions, and two to three other topics in a shorter fashion.
- High-frequency indicators. What is the cutting edge for using AI to analyse economic data
- Trade policy
- Pricing geopolitical risks - Bimodal distribution
- How can companies prepare for a downturn?
- Learn how to make scenarios
- How do you price goods like drugs? Are there new pricing systems being elaborated in the market?