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Robertson Lecture Series on Global Business Leadership
In recognition of UCLA Anderson's role in preparing the next generation of global leaders, the Robertson Lecture Series on Global Business Leadership provides opportunities for students to hear global leaders discuss critical issues that impact global business, society and the political economy. Made possible by Chip Robertson ('06) and his family and managed by the Center for Global Management, the Robertson Lecture Series serves to provide more opportunities for UCLA Anderson students to acquire global leadership perspectives and insights. The Robertson family has dedicated these lectures to Leo M. Harvey (1887-1973), a pioneer industrialist and inventor, founder of Harvey Aluminum and great-grandfather of Chip Robertson.

Series Highlights

The Value of Authenticity in Global Business with Aaron Walton, Co-founder and CEO, Walton Isaacson

November 19, 2019


What the World Thinks: Big Data Analytics and Its Impact on Business, the Public Sector and Global Public Opinion with Stephan Shakespeare, CEO and Co-Founder, YouGov

January 31, 2019


Global Leadership in the Midst of Disruptive Change with John W. Thompson, Chairman, Microsoft Corporation

November 6, 2017