The Industry Guest Lecture Series, put together by the Marketing department, helps BBA, MBA, and MS students prepare to excel in the marketplace and succeed in whichever career path they may choose.
Join Mike and Alex Sherman, authors of “52 Things We Wish Someone Has Told Us About Customer Analytics”, as they share real-life anecdotes that illustrate important learnings about customer analytics. They draw from the worlds of big data and customer insights. “It is our contribution to help managers do a better job using customer analytics (what to do and what not to do) so that the analytics actually makes a difference.”
Their objective is to provide real-life, practical stories, tying analysis directly to business values that academic books sometimes miss, helping anyone who uses customer information to make business decisions: CMOs, CEOs, product owners, consultants, and the people who provide that information, e.g. data scientists, market researchers, business analysts, statisticians. By tying impact to tools and techniques, through real-life stories, they hope to help decision-makers better understand how to use customer data while helping data analysis providers understand how to create output that end users will value.
Tickets are free until Feb. 1, 2021
ProductCon is the largest product management conference series in the world. It is organized by Product School and takes place six times a year in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, London, and Online. The speaker lineup features product leaders from Google, Slack, Amazon, Airbnb, Netflix, Facebook, and more.
In March 2021 you will be able to join live from every corner of the Earth to enjoy the largest worldwide product conference and learn from the greatest minds in product. You’ll grasp the best practices behind the most successful products, and new trends in product management. Get ready to level up your product management skills, network with a global community of fellow product leaders, and have a ball!
Join as we bring together the biggest online product community in the world to learn from those who are leading the charge in the industry.
All too often cyber attackers find it easier to influence and engage with us and our staff. The fact is that the majority of successful cyber-attacks succeed because of human error – cyber resilience is fundamentally a human and not just a technology issue. We need to change behaviors, providing the simple, practical guidance that is needed to make the right decisions at the right time. Cybint Essentials is a certified training and beyond awareness learning designed to put people at the center of cyber resilience strategy. Are you and your employees your most effective defense to cyber-attacks?
This informative webinar, given by Roy Zur, Cybint CEO and Founder, will guide you on embedding and sustaining the behavior change required individually and across the organization for effective cyber defense, understanding cyber threats, avoidance of common malicious scams and keeping accounts and credentials safe.
The Digital Leader Fireside chats will feature one prominent executive in a 45-minute informal Q&A discussion about an important topic.
Typically offered online around lunchtime on Zoom, the chats will offer industry participants and students with a brief yet in-depth perspective on the opportunities and challenges of digital leadership. Participants can pose questions during the discussion. Each session is moderated.
Space is limited and you must register in advance. IBIT reserves the right to screen attendees. If you register for the webinar but do not attend or leave early points will be deducted.
Vince Ford, SVP, Digital Strategy & Innovation, Executive Director of the Performance Innovation Lab, and the Field-McFadden Chair in Digital Studies, Curtis Institute of Music
Topic: The Art of Digital Transformation
March 3, 2021, 12pm-1pm
Steve DeLuca, VP, Workplace IT Experience, Comcast
Topic: Connecting in the hybrid workplace
March 17, 2021, 12pm-12:45pm
Luke Olenoski, Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Main Line Health
Topic: Did the Pandemic Change Health Systems Technology? What is Temporary and What Will Last?
March 24, 2021, 12pm-1pm
The next installment of our Advisory Council Seminar series features Danielle Desir is a 5x author, blogger, podcaster, and founder of The Thought Card, an award-winning affordable-travel and personal finance blog and podcast empowering financially savvy travelers to make informed financial decisions.
She is also the co-producer of Millennial Wealth Builders, a 3x grant-funded audio docuseries highlighting women of color building wealth. As the founder and CEO of WOC (Women of Color) Podcasters, Danielle is passionate about supporting and amplifying the voices of women of color podcasters and audio creators. WOC Podcasters includes an inclusive podcasting community of over 4,000, a blog, a job board, and membership.
If you attend the entire webinar you will be able to submit 20 PRO points.
Register using the link.
Join Temple’s Management Consulting Program for Consulting in Your Field, on April 16th from 12:00-1:00 pm! The event features keynote speaker Joe Atkinson, Vice Chair of Chief Products & Technology Officer at PwC discussing his professional journey, how to get into consulting, and the digital transformation within the consulting industry.
Use this link to sign up and be part of an interactive event that will include time for discussion and Q&A with the keynote speaker! Learn how the expertise you’ve gained in the classroom translates to a unique role in consulting and how you can best prepare yourself for a career in consulting!
The Translational Research Center (TRC) and Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) program at the Fox School of Business invite you to attend a panel discussion about publishing articles for executives. The panel will feature editors from Business Horizons, Management and Business Review and Sloan Management Review. While the panel will present during a research workshop for second-year Executive DBA students, it will contain useful insights for anyone interested in publishing in the business press.
- Jan Kietzmann, Associate Editor, Business Horizons
- Kalyan Singhal, Editor in Chief and/or Subodha Kumar, Executive Editor,Management and Business Review
- Elizabeth Heichler, Executive Editor, Sloan Management Review
There is no RSVP for this event. Those who plan to attend can log in through the Zoom link below at the start of the event.
Digital transformation is accelerating the way we do business, even more so coming out of the pandemic. Join our discussion about how software-industrial businesses can use Enterprise Performance Management to measure, optimize, and automate operations. Learn how businesses can operate remotely and autonomously, improve productivity, and extend to new systems through AI and machine learning.
Featured Keynote Speakers
Physical safety and wellbeing has taken the headlines over the past year…but digital safety remains critical to the rapidly changing connected world. Securing networks, infrastructure and data are directly linked to ensuring protection on a human level for all people, and for all businesses. Join our experts as we discuss the challenges and solutions driving the world of safety, examining the impact through the lens of both the public and private sectors.
Featured Keynote Speakers
In the world of modern business, the demand for data and data visualization continues to be in demand. But how do you get the data into something that lets you visualize and share insights? Join New Horizons instructor Mike Martin as he demonstrates how to connect hundreds of data sources together and bring the data to life.