Amid rapid globalization and advancing technology, a company’s lasting success requires a nimble business model, a motivated work force and strategic use of proven technology. That’s all part of an entrepreneurial mindset in the C-suite. Also crucial: creating a culture of taking smart risks, encouraging new ideas, and communicating a credible and compelling long-term vision. But such plans are easily disrupted. How do leaders deal with all the moving parts of new technology and the dynamics of global markets? How do they grapple with the necessity to remake their staffs, their strategies and their entire organizations to stay in the forefront? We’ll explore how to boost corporate quickness and flexibility to succeed in a less-than-predictable world.
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Entrepreneurial Leadership in the Corporate World: Speakers
Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO, Dreamworks Animation
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