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An "Ask an Expert" Panel for Leaders

As a business leader, you know the importance of innovating and evolving business models to accommodate incremental change. However, is your organization prepared to survive, even thrive, in the aftermath of black swan events such as the current global pandemic? The reality we face now is that, while many industries and business models are suffering, new ones are emerging and taking advantage of rapidly changing consumer needs and desires. It’s up to leaders to stay ahead of the curve and be part of the latter.

Learn from experts Jimmie Strong, Derek Webster, and Jim Cumbee, as moderator, B.J. Howard, guides Q&A on the topic of pivoting a business model after/during crisis in a recorded, 90-minute panel webinar hosted by Williamson College.

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