Mon, 17 Jul 2017
12:00 PM – 12:45 PMAdd to Calendar
141 Sage Hall
Sage Hall, 114 East Avenue, Ithaca, NY 14853, United States
In this dynamic and interactive meeting we will be discussing a combination of theory and practical application of general management principles and we will offer a personal view of what it takes in real life to lead an organization in good and bad business environments. We will dissect a few key situations that worked out positively as well as others when there were serious failures and the retrospective decisions that should have been made. Some key highlights are:
-Uncertainty: How do you approach a situation in which you do not have any experience?
-Core Team building: How do you know who to keep, who to invite and who to disinvite?
-Individual accountability: How do you create buy-in from leaders and the entire organization?
-How do you shape an organizational culture? Is it even possible?
-Groupthink: Is that real? Is it bad? Why?
-Serious crisis management: When the worst case scenario materializes.
-Personal resilience for the CEO: You are alone, but up to a point…
Join us to hear a report directly from the business trenches.
There will be light refreshments provided.
Co-hosted with: One-Year MBA Program
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