Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 4:00 PM ET
Complimentary admission | Open to members only | Press allowed
Join us for a special MMI event presented by MMI's Marketing Community and sponsored by:
The pandemic not only changed our way of life, it accelerated the arrival of a radical new future of work. While for many of us hybrid work is a new and unexpected challenge - it is just the start of a much bigger transformation set to reshape the nature of organizations themselves. Mike Walsh will offer insight into the organizations and leaders that are successfully navigating this period of change, and how to create a playbook for their own transformation. Becoming future-proof is more than just getting through a crisis - it is about being ready for the new world that awaits us on the other side.
Attendees will learn:
- Why there is no such thing as digital disruption, just digital delivery
- Why there is no remote work, just work
- Why AI is not there to destroy our jobs, but it will change them
- Why achieving agility starts with hiring agile thinkers
- Why creating social workspace is just as important as using social collaboration tools
This special event will also serve as the kickoff for MMI's new Marketing Community, exclusively focused on serving the needs of marketing professionals, with all levels of experience. Its mission is ADVANCE, LEARN & INSPIRE by bringing marketers together and facilitating educational dialogue on the strategic role of marketing. By registering for this webinar, you can opt to join this uniquely designed community and become inspired about the ‘art of possibility’ – from speakers within and outside of the industry.
Maureen Bromwell, EVP, CMO, Northern Trust Asset Management
Paul Zettl, SVP, Head of Global Marketing, CMO, Cohen & Steers
Kelly Caporale, SVP, Director of Marketing and Communications, MMI
Mike Walsh, Futurist, CEO, Tomorrow
60 minutes (including time allocated for Q&A)
Even if you cannot attend live, please register so that we can notify you when the replay is available.
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