Join us on October 8th for this virtual program from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Dan Chong, president of HBF, will discuss what he considers amongst the five most pervasive evolutions in human history, and how these have reshaped the way we live and work today, and for the foreseeable future. These evolutions are, in order of historical importance:
1. The fall of empires, and the rise of democracies.
2. The shift from an agricultural-based civilization, to one based upon industrialization and commerce.
3. The transition from physical to cognitive work.
4. The evolution from static to increasingly mobile, personal technology.
5. The rise of women and minorities in society, and the workplace.
It is Chong’s belief that these pervasive evolutions are having a profound impact upon organizations today, and how they confront the rapidly shifting dynamics of workplace culture; an increasingly diverse and multi-generational work force; and competing in a global marketplace. And while the insights discussed in this presentation may be evident, the questions they raise… and the challenges they present looking forward… are profound
Speakers: Dan Chong, President at HBF
Erin Murray Butler, Partner, Head of Workplace and Real Estate at William Blair
Taya Cook, Development Director at Urban Capital
Moderator: Renae Bradshaw of Kirkland & Ellis
There will be an audience Q & A after the presentation.
This program is open to Members & Non-Members and is complimentary to all.