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Digital Transformation and the Customer: A Forward-Looking Framework

Tuesday, March 10, 2021 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET
Covid brought out a pace of change no one would have imagined one year ago. The pandemic has impacted many companies’ business models and digital transformation roadmaps. Objectives have shifted, new risks have emerged, and consumer habits are now constantly pivoting to take advantage of the latest technology. In Corporate Board Member and RSM’s recent survey of public company directors, 84% said the primary objective their organizations are trying to address with digital technologies is to improve the customer experience.

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7 Perspectives of Effective CEOs

Being an effective CEO today is harder than ever before. Faced with constant change, growing uncertainty and unforeseen disruptions, leaders must fight to see their business from every perspective so they can make the best decisions and maximize their leadership influence.

M&A in a Post-Pandemic Society: What Executives Need to Know to Excel

Though M&A activity was severely curtailed during the first half of 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, the third quarter had a significant rebound and expectations are high for a strong close to the year. But what are the longer-term implications for the types of deals, as well as the way in which mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures will be planned and executed in 2021 and beyond? What are the business and societal trends that will have the greatest impact? And are they accelerants or obstacles?

Capture Unprecedented 2021 Growth Opportunities

Many agree that companies that plan to revert back to pre-COVID business models and sales processes will be on the losing end in 2021. But what will it take to win in the post-pandemic environment? To answer this question, executives must be willing to rethink their sales model based on consumer behaviors, how consumers interact with companies moving forward and where smart companies are making investments to grow their sales funnel.

Proven Practices for Decision Making Through Uncertainty and Volatility

In times of crisis, nothing is more important for a business than the decisions made by a company’s leadership team. This has never been more evident than during the unprecedented health and economic crisis this past year. But, as many executives know, this has only been the beginning. There will continue to be new and unforeseen challenges in the next year as the country and the world prepare to return to a new normal. How can business leaders best prepare for potential unforeseen scenarios in 2021? We invite you to a 45-minute webinar to learn how three veteran CEOs have guided companies through to success during times of uncertainty and volatility.

Developing a Strategic CHRO

If people truly are your company’s greatest asset, what are you doing to make sure you’re getting the most out of this essential resource? To start with, you need great help. So how do you make sure your “chief people officer” is actually the strategic partner you need? What do the best CHROs do for their CEOs, and how do you create and foster that kind of relationship? What should CEOs expect of their HR leaders—and what can they be doing to get the most out of this key position? We’ll talk to masters of the craft to discover and share best practices you can apply in your organization right away.
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