Success Fundamentals- Making It Happen Right
December 12, 2016: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM
Panel discussion by management counselors on attaining peak business performance.
National Louis University
850 Warrenville Rd
As an entrepreneur, you set the course for what happens in your shop. But even working solo, ultimately nothing can happen without the crucial engagement of others, from customers to everyone in between. "Vision", "momentum", "teamwork" are easily noted talismans. But as experience early and routinely shows, there is more than wishing to make things so.
Our concluding speakers in our quarter-long series of programs commemorating Booth ER's 25th anniversary year, management experts Bill Burnett and Jim Vahle, will bring us some ultimate reality checks for the paths to desired results. Their breadth of exposure to organizational challenges is exceptional, only exceeded by their knack at focusing on a situation's core truths for the clarity to most effectively direct the necessary efforts. With this determined, the rest is up to you!
Entrepreneurial Roundtable members, facuty and students of Booth: $15 thru December 7, then $20.
General public: $20 thru December 7, then $25.
• No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
• Dress is business casual.
Bill Burnett (Panelist)
Founder, WBurnett LLC & Tailwind Discovery Group
With several decades of orchestrating top performing collaborations from the global to local level, Bill has worked in 65 countries, living in 7 of them across four continents. He also currently directs the Global Cities Initiative program for the Milwaukee area, having formerly been a Senior Vice President in two major roles at Diners Club Int'l. He earned his BA from the University of Northern Colorado and a Masters in International Business from the University of South Carolina.
Jim Vahle (Panelist) '90
Jim's career has successfully spanned two Fortune 25 corporations in sales and management, the US Army in command roles, professional speaking & training, entrepreneurship, and higher education including both teaching and administration. He earned his BS in engineering from Christian Brothers and his MBA at Chicago Booth.
Greg Gocek, '84
Networking and light refreshments from 6:15 - 7 PM
Program starts at 7 PM.