New Skills for the 21st Century

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PrintThere’s a new organizational skill your organization will need to develop for success in the 21st century, says the SuperStar keynoter at LERN’s big upcoming Annual Conference in Baltimore in November.  The skill is strategic agility.

“Strategic agility requires at one and the same time a dynamic organization structure and culture and the stability to keep focused on the Vision,” says Rhona Berengut, professor at the Schulich School of Business at York University. Her keynote will be on “New Skills for the 21st Century.”   The Schulich School of Business is one of the top business schools both in Canada and the world.

Berengut also has her own consulting firm and conducts executive workshops for CEOs. She says the concept of strategic agility really resonates with CEOs right now.

“In a world of complexity organizations need to manage tradeoffs (a good example is the dynamic/stability above) rather than institute long-range plans,” Berengut notes.

Her keynote will come on the second day of the conference in a General Session. The conference is Nov. 17-19, 2016, with Nov, 16 the preconference day, orientation sessions for attendees, exhibits opening, and all-conference reception.  You can save $100 by registering by Aug. 1.

You can save $100 by registering by Aug. 1.


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