In 1971 the average lifespan of a U.S. corporation was 71 years. Today it is 15 years and declining. The reasons are complex, but include both the ever-increasing rate of change and the uncertainty around where disruption will next arise. The prospect of imminent product or market disruption is driving companies to understand how adaptability, innovation and entrepreneurship can work to sustain their enterprise.
Join the Neeley School of Business for lunch and an exclusive discussion around understanding how to enable organizations to operate as complex adaptive systems in which ideas can be nurtured and thrive to foster innovation and growth for competitive advantage, presented by TCU faculty member and William M. Dickey Entrepreneur in Residence, Michael Sherrod.
Hosted by: TCU Neeley Executive Education