Once upon a time, there was a somewhat defined set of “how-tos” for succeeding in business. Yet today’s complex, interconnected, and often chaotic global marketplace doesn’t follow the old rules. The modern business community is being called upon to do things differently, with some of the loudest calls coming from business leaders themselves.
Join a high-level moderated discussion about the “new rules” for business and what they mean for the future of business schools and higher-education around the world. Andrew Karolyi, Dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, and Judy Samuelson, founder and executive director of the Aspen Institute’s Business & Society Program, will explore emerging priorities for business leaders as well as for those responsible for their training, development, and ultimate success. Michelle Duguid, Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, will moderate.
What You’ll Learn
- How profound shifts in attitudes and mindsets are redefining business success
- How intangible concepts like reputation, trust, and loyalty are imposing new ways to assess risk and opportunity in investment and asset management
- Why employees are now businesses’ best allies and newest accountability mechanism
- How the current environment is creating important new challenges and opportunities for business education
Date & Time
Friday, July 9th, 2021
- 9:30am Washington D.C.
- 2:30pm London
- 3:30pm Geneva/Cape Town
- 7:00pm Mumbai
- 9:30pm Singapore