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Thunderbird's Executive Lecture Series 2014

Niky Chokshi

Tuesday, August 12, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)

Thunderbird's Executive Lecture Series 2014

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August 12 Lecture (On-Campus) Thunderbird Faculty Ended Free  
August 12 Lecture (Online Viewing Only) Thunderbird Faculty Ended Free  

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Thunderbird's Executive Lecture Series 2014

 

May 13, 2014 Lecture with Professor Sundaresan Ram, Ph.D.

Join Thunderbird professor Sundaresan Ram, Ph.D., for a lecture event focused on "Winning customers through organizational excellence." Participate in the discussion, then join alumni, faculty, students and staff for networking at the Thunderbird pub.


June 10, 2014 Lecture with Professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D

Join Thunderbird professor Mary Teagarden, Ph.D., for a lecture event focused on "Working in the future: Growing, sharing and exploiting 'mindshare' in innovation networks." Participate in the discussion, then join alumni, faculty, students and staff for networking at the Thunderbird pub.

 

July 15, 2014 Lecture with Professor Caren Siehl, Ph.D.

Join Thunderbird professor Caren Siehl, Ph.D, for a lecture event focused on "Leading Change: Engaging People to Experiment and Learn."

Leading change is a central part of effective leadership in our complex, challenging world. This talk will focus on a key part of successfully leading change: engaging people in order to experiment and learn. Thunderbird professor Caren Siehl, Ph.D., will discuss the challenges in motivating people to try the “new” and how to overcome the key barriers to change while fostering a culture of learning and adaptation. Participate in the discussion, then join alumni, faculty, students and staff for networking at the Thunderbird pub.

 

August 12, 2014 Lecture with Professor Kishore Dash, Ph.D.

Join Thunderbird professor Kishore Dash, Ph.D., for a lecture event focused on "Lessons Learned in India Lead to Success in Other Emerging & Developed Markets"

After enjoying growth for several years, many multinational corporations get stuck in the so-called midway trap where they experience slow growth and bigger challenges to grow faster than the industry average. In this context, India-experience can prove useful. Given the country’s multitude of challenges and opportunities, success in India requires a paradigm shift in the way global managers think, organize and operate. In his lecture, Kishore Dash, Ph.D., will address some of the lessons from doing business in India that can be useful for executives to succeed and escape from the midway trap in emerging and developed markets. Participate in the discussion, then join alumni, faculty, students and staff for networking at the Thunderbird pub.


There is no cost to participate for you and up to 5 guests. Join us!

Note: If you have registered to attend the lecture on-campus, please print and bring your ticket for simplified check-in. If you have registered to view the event online, you will be receiving the live stream link in the email that includes your registration confirmation immediately following your registration.

Have questions about Thunderbird's Executive Lecture Series 2014? Contact Niky Chokshi

When & Where


Thunderbird School of Global Management
1 Global Place
Barton Kyle Yount Building, Auditorium 100
Glendale, AZ 85306

Tuesday, August 12, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Niky Chokshi

Global Community Engagement Manager at Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Niky.Chokshi@asu.edu

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