Doug Ulman was recently featured at COE's Summit 2022 event. His session called "Leading Through Change: How to Pivot Personally & Professionally When the Unexpected Happens" was so popular that we asked him to address some of the unanswered questions. Here's a continuation of that session's discussion.
Membership in the Center for Operational Excellence means your company is committed to being part of a larger community of leaders with their sights set on working better, faster and smarter. COE offers many avenues for learning and connecting with the broader operational excellence community – including connecting with Fisher College of Business students poised to become tomorrow’s leaders.
The past two years have presented a fair amount of uncertainty about what the future holds. As a leader in a company that embraces evolution and change as part of our DNA, we’ve been on a journey to redefine our company going forward. What we’re doing in terms of our company’s structure and culture, to create a culture of servant leadership, can be applied to any industry.
I published my book, Office Optional: How To Build A Connected Culture With Virtual Teams right before the Covid-19 pandemic began. The timing was fortuitous. Seemingly the whole world switched to remote work; what I thought would happen 10 years out was rapidly taking place in a matter of weeks.
Bestselling author, attorney, and speaker Kwame Christian believes that the best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. Director of the American Negotiation Institute, Kwame Christian is a respected voice in the field of negotiation and conflict resolution and is dedicated to empowering professionals through the art and science of persuasion. And he's joining us as a keynote speaker at the 2022 COE Summit.