February 2, 2010 by Mary Adams · Comments Off
I had a great time last week with the Association for Strategic Planning in Boston. I shared with the group a summary of the shift to the knowledge era and then led them in an exercise to talk about the significance of this shift to business. Having been involved with ASP and well as the Institute of Management Consultants (IMCNE), I told the organizers that I wanted to avoid being a talking head–but rather to engage the group in a conversation. And it worked really well!
The group was great. It included consultants and corporates as well as grad students and professors from Suffolk University’s business school (our hosts). Read more