Transformation: Move Beyond Your Competition
The word transformation is used often, but do we really understand how to apply it to our business for accelerated success? Transformation is more than a tweak or pivot in a new direction. It’s doing something so completely different that it becomes a legitimate no turning back game-changer for a business, an industry, sometimes even the world. But, to understand transformation, we must also understand change, which impacts every aspect of how we run our businesses.
Transformation will happen, and it will impact you, the question is, will you anticipate it and leverage it as an opportunity, or will your competition do it before you?
Join us for this 30-minute webinar where we’ll scope out transformation and change, plus highlight ways you can turn disruption into a competitive advantage.
Stop focusing on competing and start intentionally moving beyond your competitors. Register today.
- Define types of change (Exponential, Cyclical, Linear)
- Anticipating transformation
- Leverage disruption to accelerate success
- The cost of not transforming
About the Presenter
Rick Hogentogler | Managing Director, Business Development
Rick’s passion for sharing the SN story began early in his career. His unique ability to uncover the needs of his clients has made him invaluable to organizations in architectural, engineering, and construction; manufacturing and distribution; and government and not-for-profit.
Rick believes that listening and understanding are the critical first steps to providing solutions that bring real results. The most rewarding part of his job? Connecting the dots for clients and seeing them reach their goals as a result.
Kristi focuses her extensive expertise on helping clients design a workforce that is not only prepared for the future, but one that leverages disruption to thrive and succeed. Weaving together a unique blend of anticipatory tools and insights with practical solutions, Kristi provides clients with an organizational architecture that empowers them for the NextGen.