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Special Edition Speaker Series & Workshop, "Rebalancing Society" featuring Henry Mintzberg

When:
Friday, October 25, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Where:
Goodes Hall
Room: Room 108
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The Centre for Social Impact invites members of the Smith School of Business community (students, faculty and staff) as well as members of the larger Queen’s community and Kingston community to participate in a special edition Workshop on "Rebalancing Society" facilitated by Professor Henry Mintzberg on October 25th, 2019 from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm. This event will feature a keynote talk from Professor Mintzberg and a panel discussion with representatives of the business, public, and non-profit sectors, including Monika Federau, MBA’88, Chief Strategy Officer, Intact Financial Corporation, Craig Desjardins, MBA’91, Manager of Strategy and Partnerships, City of Kingston, and Mara Shaw, Executive Director, Loving Spoonful. Audience participants will also engage in a roundtable discussion to reflect on the following questions:

  • How do we rebalance society in our local community?
  • What are the implications for business education?
  • What role can the School of Business and the Centre for Social Impact play in this transition? 

We are excited to offer a limited number of seats for this interactive event. To register, please visit smithqueens.com/speakerseries. If you plan to attend the event, we strongly recommend that you read in advance: Henry Mintzberg's Rebalancing Society. Please see more details on the event and speakers below: “Rebalancing Society” Workshop – With Henry Mintzberg

 

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