Join the inaugural Business Leaders’ Summit, hosted by RSM (partners to the Winmark PensionChair network).
As business leaders we are dealing with a unique set of challenges. It’s almost a perfect storm, from the health crisis, to Brexit, the climate emergency, and a host of geopolitical issues, all at the same time.
Simon Hart, RSM UK International lead partner and Joe Brusuelas, US Chief Economist, will explore the geopolitical and economic trends that will impact the future of business and Kirsty Sandwell will share the top 10 areas to focus on in the next 2-3 years.
An expert panel will share thoughts on the expectations of leadership, how it is evolving, and the acceleration of change. Panel members are:
- Kevin Brennan, Non-executive director and former CEO at Quorn Foods.
- Paul Cogan, Group Finance & Resources Director, Bettys & Taylors.
- Rob Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer at RSM UK.
- Joanna Swash, Chief Executive Officer at Moneypenny.
Research Report: Expanding AI’s Impact
MIT Sloan Management Review
Only 10% of companies obtain significant financial benefits with artificial intelligence technologies. Why so few?
This research report based on a global survey of more than 3,000 managers, as well as interviews with executives and academics, confirms that a majority of companies are developing AI capabilities but have yet to gain significant financial benefits from their efforts.
It offers a clear, evidence-based view about how to manage organisational learning to maximise the impact of AI initiatives.
Nine keys to becoming a future-ready company
McKinsey & Company
The prospect of successful vaccines for COVID-19 has given business leaders everywhere hope that the pandemic may be finally nearing a turning point. And not a second too soon: the organisational adrenaline that helped many companies get things done quickly and well during the pandemic’s early days has, in many cases, been replaced by fatigue.
The most forward looking leaders see an opportunity to build on pandemic-related accomplishments and re-examine (or even reimagine) the organisation’s identity, how it works, and how it grows. This article identifies nine imperatives that will separate future-ready organisations from the pack.