Business leaders share strategies for long-term survival
18 Feb 2011
The world’s most innovative and high-performing companies will share their strategies for navigating the ever-shifting industrial landscape at London Business School’s Industry Club Summit (18 February).
The leading businesses reveal how they prepare for the future to overcome the business challenges ahead over the next decade and beyond.
Entitled 2025 Industry Outlook: Global Forces Shaping the Future, the summit will focus on three main topics: technology, the carbon challenge and emerging markets.
The full-day event consists of two keynote speaker presentations and three panels with a diverse mix of company executives, consultants, industry experts and thought leaders.
The keynote speakers are Martin Walker (A.T. Kearney), Senior Director of the Global Business Policy Council, and Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at London Business School.
Panellists’ expertise spans innovation, marketing, R&D, operations, strategy and business development, and companies represented include Alert Me, Booz & Co, British Airways, The Carbon Trust, Google, HSBC, Infosys, Microsoft, Nokia, Tata Consultancy, TNS Global, Thomson Reuters, and Vodafone.
We’ve got a great group of industry experts together to address an important but much ignored issue in our lives, and we’re very excited by the discussion and debate that this will provoke. The industry experts that are speaking are from organisations that are leaders in their fields, so the event will be both exceptionally well informed and extremely insightful. We’re really looking forward to hearing the different viewpoints over the day, and learning what the future holds for us”, said George Wigley, Industry Club's co-president.