Blueprint for a Creative Culture: Building Engagement in Your Organization
This program is postponed. The new date is March 23.
Kate Rutter, Senior Practitioner, Adaptive Path
As leaders, managers and workers, we’re responsible for the innovative thinking needed to explore ideas and envision solutions. It takes a team approach to create a culture that embraces creativity. How can workplace culture support creative thinking? What activities foster curiosity and collective engagement? Read more »
Jim Leach, Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
A former Republican congressman from Iowa, Leach believes that civilization requires civility. Since being appointed by President Obama as chair of the NEH, Leach has launched a 50-state civility tour to call attention to the disturbing growth of inflammatory political speech and discuss improving the quality of public discourse in America.
Jonathan Moscone: Spunk, Blithe Spirit and Success at Cal Shakes
This program has been cancelled.
Artistic Director, California Shakespeare Theater
After taking charge of the California Shakespeare Theater in 2000, Moscone, son of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and a Yale-trained director, turned around the once struggling troupe, molding it into one of the stars of the Bay Area theater scene. Read more »
Frank Sennett, Editor-in-chief and President, Time Out Chicago; Author, Groupon’s Biggest Deal Ever: The Inside Story of How One Insane Gamble, Tons of Unbelievable Hype, and Millions of Wild Deals Made billions for One Ballsy Joker
Kara Swisher, Co-founder and Co-executive Editor, All Things D – Moderator
Mitra looks at the current challenges facing India and the untapped opportunities in technology, technology-enabled services, rural and slum development, energy, infrastructure, health care, film and education. She believes start-up companies in India could develop into billion-dollar enterprises in the next 10 years. Read more »