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Online Executive Education Programme on FT.com

Ask yourself, is the world growing more or less predictable? The answer for most managers is both obvious and disturbing – the future becomes murkier with every passing year. How, then, can managers act with confidence when they cannot know what the future holds?

Insights into Managing in an Unpredictable World is designed to help managers take effective action in an uncertain world. This five-day online programme on FT.com, led by Prof Don Sull of the London Business School, explores how companies can survive and thrive in volatile markets by anticipating emerging opportunities and threats, consistently out-executing rivals and continuously revising strategy in light of new information.

As part of the programme, London Business School and the Financial Times are offering one reader the chance to win a free place on Prof Don Sull’s latest strategy course, Managing in an Unpredictable World*, later this year at London Business School. In order to participate in the competition visit FT.com between 6 and 10 February 2006, take the online programme and answer the three questions posed during the course.

*Managing in an Unpredictable World is a 5-day strategy programme at London Business School. Prize includes tuition and most meals. Place on the programme is subject to completion and review of application. Travel and accommodation is not included. Please visit www.london.edu/execed for London Business School - Executive Education terms and conditions.

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