The pace of business is accelerating, and the people problems aren’t going away,” says David Siegel. If your top business problem is within those two areas, this workshop is for you. This intensive four-hour workshop will help you see your business in a new way. David provides frameworks and exercises on the core concepts of connectedness, complex adaptive systems, harvesting volatility, lean vs agile, and profiting from uncertainty.
What to expect: You will be actively taking notes, engaging with the content and tools, and reframing your most important business problems. Be sure to bring a notebook and pen. There will be one short break.
Who should come: The workshop is for decision makers, managers, leaders, change agents, and consultants.
Your host for the session
David has been a high-level management & strategy consultant to companies like Sony, Hewlett Packard, Amazon, Office Depot, Lucent, CSC, Intel, NASA, Motorola, and many start-ups. He started one of the first web-design and strategy firms in San Francisco and sold it to KPMG in 1999. He has written five books about the Web and business. He has given over 100 professional speeches, many of them keynotes at tech or business conferences around the world. He writes extensively on topics around business agility and innovation. He is currently a candidate to be the next dean of Stanford Business School.