Looking to reinvent your business for the 21st Century? Join Steve Denning, Seth Kahan and our practice partners this spring in Wash, DC for a fun learning event, Revolutionizing The World of Work -- a 2-day conversation dedicated to remaking the management mindset; this is, reinventing business, government, education and health.
What participants will learn: In-depth learning about how to revolutionize the world of work. Day one will focus on co-creating the "big picture" principles of radical management as well as the practices involved in implementing the principles. It will include what is involved in creating an environment that involves everyone. Day two will focus on working together in applying those principles and practices to your setting and showing you how you can take this forward.
How will it be organized: It will be a highly interactive event. Rather than a conference where a series of speakers make presentations, it will be more like a conversation, woven together as an integrated and cohesive experience in which the focus is on co-creating and group learning.
Who should attend: senior managers, thinkers, activists, insurgents, speakers, leaders, consultants, students and workers in the private, public, health or education sectors, or in an association.
Don't delay. Register today!
Questions regarding registration or sponsorship? Contact Cristina Lucas by telephone at 877.410.3249, ext. 215 or by email, email@example.com.
Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be issued. Notifying a representative within 7 days of event date will enable you to transfer your registration to a future event.
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Steve Denning and Seth Kahan
Steve Denning, a former director at the World Bank, is the author of award-winning books on leadership, innovation and organizational storytelling. His book, The Secret Language of Leadership, was selected by the Financial times as one of the best business books of 2007. His book on high-performance teams was published Fall 2010.
Seth Kahan was designated Visionary by the Center for Association Leadership. He has worked one-on-one helping senior leaders with large-scale change at World Bank, Peace Corps, Shell, NASA, and 20+ organizations in the public and private sectors. His book Getting Change Right: Creating Rapid, Widespread Change, was published Spring 2010 and is a Washington Post bestseller.