The Future of Business & Strategy Summit, taking place in New York City at the Asia Society on October 7, 2008, will give you a peek into the future of business and present you with a how-to strategic guide for dealing with today's turbulent business environment.
In short, the old rules aren't working. Today's suddenly flat world has inflicted business disruptions of historic proportions. The volume of information in business has increased to deafening levels. Technology has transformed supply chains, value nets, business models and work styles. It has introduced competitors from places we didn't know existed and has shortened business cycles to the point where decisions must be made faster than ever before, oftentimes without a clear understanding of their outcomes. And this is just the beginning...there are vast changes yet to come.
Developing the capacity as a leader to anticipate future trends and manage change, and strategically navigate in the business arena is the key to your survival.
You’ll learn how to:
We've assembled an extraordinary line up of futurists, blogosphere leaders, generationalists, strategy experts, media giants and more.
|Early Bird Registration Fee:||$749 until September 16, 2008|
|Date:||October 7, 2008|
|Time:||8:00am - 3:30pm EST|
725 Park Avenue at 70th Street
New York, NY 10021
|Phone Number:||(212) 546-4625|
“I learned a great deal, had my thinking challenged and changed on a number of levels and got to interact with a group of incredible individuals who collectively made this a wonderful experience."
Chief Operating Officer, Finance
"Enables you to see the best of the best all under one roof. Each topic was presented in an executive summary style format that was focused and relevant to the business world. If you consider yourself a thought leader...you will not want to miss this event."
Global Director, Learning and Development
"Arm yourself with the right tools to lead in the future!"
Director of Centers of Excellence
"I've been to similar sessions before on leadership and management issues and this one was different because of the interaction and the connection that they were able to establish. It was also innovative…a good model of how could an innovative session of leadership be conducted."
Deputy Policy Advisor