London | December 8, 2015

Becoming a Lifelong Leader and Learner: The Unexplored and Unexpected Role of Digital Technology with Harry L. Davis, Roger L. and Rachel M. Goetz Distinguished Professor of Creative Management, and Patrick Jagoda, Assistant Professor of English and New Media Studies

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Chicago Booth invites you to a conversation with Harry Davis, Roger L. and Rachel M. Goetz Distinguished Professor of Creative Management, as he discusses the increased impact leaders can have when they hone their ability to learn the right lessons from their experience.


It is often assumed leaders are equipped to do this but rarely do they have the support, tools, or incentives that guide them toward becoming accountable for their own continued growth. Many of our valuable experiences are not reflected upon—they are often just experiences that go "undigested" or "undiagnosed."


As a recognized and consistent innovator in the fields of leadership and learning, Professor Davis has developed highly engaging digital technology aimed at empowering leaders to engage in powerful learning over their lifetime.


Professor Davis will be joined by University colleague Patrick Jagoda, an assistant professor in the Department of English and co-founder of the Game Changer Chicago Design Lab at the University of Chicago. Professor Jagoda's groundbreaking work uses digital stories and transmedia games to explore significant issues related to values and ethics in a compelling and deeply impactful way.


Together, the two professors will discuss the unique use of digital technology to empower leaders to more deeply consider the impact they want to have, to confront tough questions and consider ethical issues, and to address their responsibilities as leaders within organizations and communities.

December 8, 2015

Chicago Booth London Campus
Woolgate Exchange
25 Basinghall Street
London, EC2V 5HA

19:00 - Registration
19:30 - Program and Q&A
20:30 - Reception

Alumni: £15
General: £20
Prospective and Current Students: Complimentary