The Future Does Not Fit In The Containers Of The Past: 6 Thoughts for the Next 6 Months
January 14, 2021: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
As we enter into 2020, we are in the era of "The Great Re-invention" where society, business and people will transform. Rishad Tobaccowala, '82, asks how can you and your company thrive?
Rishad Tobaccowala's expertise is helping people see, think and feel differently about how to grow themselves, their teams and their companies. In the past 9 months, he has written and spoken numerous times to CEOs and other leaders across the world on how people and companies should think about and move forward in these dystopian times of Covid-19 which he calls "The New Strange".
In this conversation with Rishad, he will share his perspective on an approach to the new year and the unknowns in front of us. Instead of planning for the next week or next month, it behooves us all to plan for six months to a year more of a life closer to the constraints we have been living under than a return to pre-pandemic lifestyle in the near term.
Join fellow Booth alumni for this Masterclass on how to move forward during this new era that Rishad has coined 'The Great Re-Invention'. Of Business, Of Government, Of Society. And of our ourselves.
Rishad Tobaccowala (Speaker) '82
Advisor, Author, Educator, Speaker
Rishad is a globally renowned speaker provoking and inspiring companies to remain relevant in a transformative world. Rishad is the author of "Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data" published by Harper Collins. He was named by BusinessWeek as one of the top business leaders for his pioneering innovation and TIME magazine dubbed him one of five "Marketing Innovators. Rishad is a Senior Adviser to the Publicis Groupe, the world's third largest communication firm with 80,000 employees serving most recently as its Chief Growth Officer and Chief Strategist. Rishad has a BS in Mathematics from the University of Bombay and an MBA in Marketing and Finance from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.
Nicole Yelsey, '12