Greg Larkin Presents ITCC Fall Meeting Keynote Session

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Breaking Through Obstructionism

with Greg Larkin

This session was held on Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Session Description

Corporate transformation is hard – but it’s not the hard part. The hard part is transforming after your CTO throws a chair across their conference room. The hard part is when your most fierce and determined C-suite advocate breaks down in tears and quits. Launching new businesses and transforming old ones in the face of entrenched corporate obstructionism is why transformation is hard. Once you overcome obstructionism, transformation is pretty straightforward. This talk takes you inside the transformation trenches. Greg Larkin will take you into the room where astounding breakthroughs come to life in the face of unimaginable resistance. 

About our Speaker

Greg Larkin, Keynote Speaker

Larkin has three core passions: transforming huge companies, being a good dad, and punk music. Greg has been a transformation advisor to Uber, Google, PWC, Anheuser Busch, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the United States Government. From 2010-2015 he was the Global Head of New Product Innovation at Bloomberg. Greg started his career on Wall Street, and in 2006 was the first person to publicly predict the subprime financial crisis. His first book, This Might Get Me Fired, was a business best-seller in six countries. Greg has lived all over the world but his home is Brooklyn, where he grew up.

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