Alumni

Chicago GSB Alumni Club – Strategic Management Practices Issue Group

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

September 21, 2007: 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Please join us for the inaugural meeting of the Strategic Management Practices Issue Group, sponsored by the Chicago GSB Alumni Club. These breakfast discussion sessions are designed to be HIGHLY INTERACTIVE, providing a discussion forum of particular value to alumni responsible for developing, influencing or executing enterprise strategies and policies. The September meeting will focus on Participative Management.

Where

CharterMast Partners LLC
11 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

The September meeting will focus on Participative Management. We will explore the topic by through a facilitated discussion of the article “My Unfashionable Legacy” by Ralph Sink from the strategy+business online journal. (The article is available at no cost from www.strategy-business.com, but registration is required.) Team-based management enjoyed wide popularity through the 80’s and 90’s, but some suggest it is now passing into obscurity. Is that really the case, or has the approach become so thoroughly integrated into our management practices that it has become second nature? To what degree has it been successful? To what degree has it fallen short? What are the key practices that differentiate success from failure? Please Note: These meetings will NOT present a featured speaker. Rather, the substance of the meeting will be facilitated discussion among those attending. PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE DESIGNATED ARTICLE AHEAD OF TIME AND COME PREPARED TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION. Your participation is key to the success of this event!

Cost

No Charge

Registration


Register By Email
RSVP by email including name, title, company, and telephone number. Please include the phrase “RSVP” in the subject line. Email confirmations will be provided on or before September 19.

Deadline: 9/18/2007

Questions

Dennis Aust 

312.224.8509

Other Information

Because of limited space, and to provide sufficient opportunity for everyone to participate, attendance is strictly limited to 20 people. If this event is oversubscribed, priority will be given to GSB Alumni Club members who RSVP before September 14. A light breakfast will be served.