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Tamara Erickson’s Lecture: Building Organisations for the Future

25.4.2018 12:45

We would like to invite you to the lecture of Tamara Erickson, McKinsey Award-winning author. The topic of lecture will be focused on “Building Organisations for the Future “. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 12.45 to 14.15 in Likešova aula.

Building Organisations for the Future

What’s the most important challenge your business needs to address – and are you working to build an organization to meet that challenge?  In this engaging session, Professor Erickson will discuss how leadership and organisational practices have evolved over the past several centuries, each in response to the challenges posed by the specific environment of the time.  She will present contemporary changes that require new organizational designs and the way leaders should begin preparing today: changes in the way value is created, the way work is organised, how work is managed and integrated, how organisations relate to those who work, and the fundamental challenges that will make your organisation iconic, outlining ten predictions for organizations built to excel today and in the future.

Tamara J. Erickson

is a McKinsey Award-winning author and a widely-respected authority on leadership, the changing workforce, collaboration and innovation, and the nature of work in intelligent organizations. She has five times been named one of the 50 most influential living management thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, the respected ranking of global business thinkers.  Erickson is an Adjunct Professor, Organisational Behaviour, at London Business School, where she has designed and directs the school’s premier leadership programme for senior-most executives, Leading Businesses into the Future.  An experienced executive and global advisor, Erickson has also served on the Board of Directors of two Fortune 500 corporations. She holds a BA degree from the University of Chicago and an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.