Thursday, July 11 8:30 a.m.-9:45 a.m. –FREE! 1.5 BASI/MASI credits
Luke Williams – NYU professor, TEDx speaker, and expert on disruptive innovation and entrepreneurship – helps companies thrive during change. Often, business leaders are risk-averse and fear change, so they accept it slowly and incrementally, which can leave them vulnerable to losing customers to a new competitor they never saw coming.
In this can’t-miss Keynote, Williams will demonstrate why your company needs to consistently make bold moves, even at the peak of your success. He’ll share a new way of thinking that has the power to transform your business and help you stay ahead of the game, and he’ll make you ask yourself, “Why hadn’t we ever thought about our business and industry this way before?”
Luke Williams is a globally recognized authority on disruptive innovation, entrepreneurship and cultural change. He works with organizations on challenges ranging from creating new products and services to transforming organizational processes and behaviors. He is a professor of innovation and executive director of the W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs at New York University's Stern School of Business; he’s also a fellow at frog, one of the world's most influential innovation companies. His views are regularly featured in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fast Company, GQ, The Atlantic and The Wall Street Journal, and he has authored the bestseller Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business.
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Meet and Greet with Luke Williams Only 50 tickets available. Meet and Greet is after the Keynote and includes a photo with Luke Williams. and early admission seating to Keynote. Order your Meet and Greet ticket. Register now!