Every organization is eager to find an edge to flourish and sustain its success for as long as it can envision. Leaders aspire to transform innovative ideas into reality. They foster prosperous growth beyond their organizations.
The world is striving for a shared future that is inclusive and sustainable. Such as future calls for a new era of strategy. It calls for a fresh generation of strategists that build a new roadmap of transformation for the new age.
A new era of strategy brings many intricate problems with no easy way to solve them. Leaders across business and policy will gather at the Strategy@Work conference to shed light on some of the most urgent and important issues of our time:
How should organizations ensure sustained investment in exponential technologies and talent development? And how can organizations engage their talent pool? How can they engage and motivate their employees to ensure organizational vitality in the midst of transformation?
How do leaders create a sense of urgency for change and bring everyone together to transform?
What are the key roadblocks and untapped opportunities in cultivating a collaborative culture? How can people get things done, even in times of crisis and under constant change?
Be a part of how organizations shape and transform their shared future together.
Former Chairman, President, and CEO, The Boeing Company
Former Chairman and CEO, 3M
Two-time Finance Minister of Nigeria
Former Managing Director, The World Bank
Global customer growth and innovation evangelist at Salesforce
WSJ Bestselling Author, Growth IQ
Professor, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business
Research Fellow, Duke Corporate Education
Brightline’s People Manifesto asserts that “People form the link between strategy design and delivery; they turn ideas into reality, they are the strategy in motion.” During this interactive experience, with coaching from world-renowned Dance Company Pilobolus, we will put into motion what we have learned on how to transform for a shared future. Come prepared to turn your ideas into action!
The interactive session will last about one hour. A cocktail will be served around 18:00.
The Pierre occupies nearly an entire city block on the southeast end of Central Park. In 1981, The Pierre was designated as a historic landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Landmark status recognizes buildings that have a special character, historical or aesthetic interest or value as part of the development, heritage or cultural characteristics of the city.