Bethesda, MD, March 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Seth Kahan will join with Steve Denning and other practice partners on May 12-13, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, in hosting “Revolutionizing the World of Work” in Washington, DC.
Steve Denning, former director at the World Bank, is the author of award winning books on leadership, innovation and business storytelling. His recent book, “The Leaders Guide to Radical Management: Reinventing the Workplace for the 21st Century,” provides insights into why today’s broken institutions don’t work. It offers principles, practices and examples that can help reinvent organizations with tools to lay the groundwork.
Seth Kahan is an international speaker, and best-selling author. His book, “Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organizations from the Inside Out,” is a Washington Post bestseller and was identified on the American Express OPEN Forum as a Top 20 of 2010. He has been acknowledged as an expert and exemplar in change leadership and has worked with leaders in World Bank, Peace Corps, Royal Dutch Shell, Prudential Retirement and 40+ associations.
Twitter hashtag for the event is #revwork
Seth Kahan and Steve Denning worked together as a team and won international recognition for the rapid transformation of the World Bank's successful Knowledge Management initiative.
In this innovative gathering, they will present and guide discussion with practice partners, Rod Collins, author of Leadership in a Wiki World, Madelyn Blair, author of Riding The Current, Deborah Mills-Scofield and Peter Stevens, on how to establish a radical management mindset.
Kahan says, “Join me this spring in Wash, DC, for this very cool, innovative, and seriously fun event. These two days, will be dedicated to remaking the management mindset; that is, reinventing business, government, education, and health.”
Day one will focus on co-creating the "big picture" principles. Day two will focus on participants’ implementation.
The session will be highly interactive, woven together as an integrated and cohesive experience in which the focus is on co-creating and group learning. It is intended for anyone who is ready to help reinvent the world of work. Senior managers, thinkers, activists, insurgents, speakers, leaders, consultants, students, workers, whether they are in the private, public, health or education sector, or in an association are invited to attend.
The registration fee is $597. Early bird registration by March 31 is $497. Three or more registrants from the same company are eligible for a 25% group discount. There are a limited number of student spots available.
Complete information at: http://tinyurl.com/RevWorkdetails