The one constant in business – and in life – is change. Just how fit for the future is your organisation?
There's a growing number of Kiwis at the leading edge of change, and some of them will be gathering in Auckland next month for Fit for the Future 2012.
Hear Colmar Brunton managing director Jacqueline Ireland on consumer attitudes to sustainable business, Tim Hooson and Katie Horton of Jasmax Architects on workplace change, Sustainable Coastlines' Sam Judd on motivating people for good, investor and entrepreneur Daniel Batten on authentic influence, Sovereign Assurance's Charles Anderson on the importance of Rio+20 for business, and anthropologist Michael Henderson on improving company culture.
What: Fit for the Future 2012
When: September 27, 1.30pm
Where: The Cloud, Auckland
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