If you lead a team and want to learn how to improve its results, come and listen to Mike Taylor share insights on the science of Alignment Optimization. Based on work from Harvard's Tom Schelling (Nobel Laureate 2005) and Chris Argyris, and Wharton's Prof. George Day, Mike will share thought-leadership on what is really happening inside groups and how to improve their performance. The conversation and the data presented is based on the 200+ real world cases with Fortune 500s, Government Bodies, Non-Profits across many sectors. The talk will show how organizations using Alignment Optimization have created viable plans and generated more value in less time. Whether you create strategies, lead projects or fix organizations, there's a lot you can learn, ahead of his upcoming book.
Michael Taylor is a SchellingPoint principal and co-founder where he leads the research and development of SchellingPoint’s concepts, skills and methods. Michael has used these methods in over 100 projects in the Fortune 50, pre-revenue ventures, not-for-profits, academia, associations, global alliances, federal and state government agencies. Michael also leads SchellingPoint’s education and training services for management consultants, internal consultants and business leaders.
Prior to forming SchellingPoint, Michael was a turnaround CEO, after building 490-person MDS with five colleagues from Andersen Consulting (Accenture), where Mike was a Director in the Products Industry. At MDS, Michael was the VP of Professional Services, building the firm’s professional services operation, in addition to VP of Strategy.
Mike holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, and Economics from the University of Warwick, England, and has guest lectured at Cornell, Duke, Penn, SMU, Warwick, and Wharton business schools since 2008. He is a frequent conference speaker, including the Association of Strategy Professionals, Association of Strategic Alliances, and the Society of Information Management.
Date: February 5th 2019, 6.30pm - 9.00pm
Registration & Networking at 6.30pm.
Seminar and Q&A at 7-8.15pm.
Networking until 9.00pm
Venue: To be confirmed (central London)
Member Ticket: £25
Non Member Ticket: £35
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