Predicting and Preempting the Corporate Heart Attack
February 23, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Long before a crisis hits, long before it shows in the financials or even in the KPI's, the signs are there for those who know. Come learn how to spot these signs and take pre-emptive actions to improve the corporate performance. Learn more.
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm - Registration
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Ashish Kothari, '02
Long before a crisis hits, long before it shows in the financials or even in the KPI's, the signs are there for those who know. . .
Who Should Attend?
Tom is president of FitzGerald Associates (since 1976.) He is a bottom-line oriented business catalyst and consulting management engineer. He specializes in profit/performance improvement, workforce productivity improvement, post-acquisition due diligence, and preemptive turnaround. (Case Studies) He has worked with CEOs, COOs and managing officers of more than 200 organizations in the US, Canada and Europe, ranging in size from start-up to Fortune Five Hundred.
He is also an accomplished writer and speaker. He is a regular contributor to national and international business magazines like American Banker, CEO Refresher, Corporate Finance Review, The Journal of The Turnaround Management Association, Corporate Renewal, The Professional Journal, Association Management, The Forum and others. His book Fire in the Corporate Belly received One of the Best Books of the Year designation from the CEO Refresher.