Creative Disruption: Changing Your Idea of What is Possible
Please join us on Wednesday, April 20th at Oak Ridge Country Club in Hopkins, MN for an audience-engaging panel, featuring one of today’s hottest business topics: Creative Disruption. Change is occurring everywhere! Disruption is the art of active thinking aimed at “changing” the course. Marcus Shingles of Deloitte said it well, “Uber yourself before you get Kodaked.”
Trish Adams (Target)
Howard Friedman (Kraft Heinz Company)
Kevin McAdams (Schwan Food Company)
Dorria Ball (formerly Mondelez)
Emily Nolan, Sr. Customer Manager, General Mills
Hear from these industry leaders on how they personally created disruption that transformed culture and improved results. Engage in dialog with the panelists, and the audience, around how you can apply Creative Disruption to your work, workplace, and career.
Don’t miss your chance to connect with local industry leaders, expand your professional network, and discover the benefits of NEW membership for yourself and your organization.
11:00-11:30 AM Registration
11:30-11:45 AM Welcome/ Kickoff
11:45-12:30 PM Lunch/ Networking Exercise
12:30-1:55 PM Panel Discussion
1:55-2:00 PM Event Conclusion
$60 per member until 4/14
$65 per non-member until 4/14
$75 per person after 4/14
Click here to learn more about Oak Ridge Country Club.
Note: Walk-ins are accepted at this event.
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Who should attend
Members and non-members; emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region
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