Managing Teams Through Digital Change:
A Book Talk With LSE Alumnus Jens Flanding
Change in today's digital era is constant and transforms behavior on a mass scale. Similar to small firms that lack the market power to set prices and are economic "price takers," managers today are increasingly unable to customize the digital-era technologies their organizations use.
Join us for an intimate book dialogue with author and LSE alumnus Jens P. Flanding (MSc ‘00, MRes ‘08, PhD ‘16) to discuss his new book,
The Technology Takers - Leading Change in the Digital Era
(Emerald Publishers with co-authors Genevieve Grabman and Sheila Cox).
A 2019 Winner of the Axiom Business Book Award - Bronze Medal in the Business Technology category.
It is the first change management book to win this prestigious award.
A Q&A will follow Dr. Flanding's speech.
Hors d'oeuvres and wine/soft drinks will be served.
Wednesday, March 6th, 2019
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Hosted by Beth Halpern (MSc Public Policy '98)
555 13th St NW
Washington, DC 20004
About Dr. Flanding
Jens P. Flanding is a political scientist, management consultant, and United Nations System Staff College faculty for designing and managing organizational change. After training as an economist at Royal Holloway College and McGill University, he worked as a management consultant with Deloitte's strategy and operations consulting practice. Dr. Flanding has master's degrees in policy and research and a doctorate in political science from The London School of Economics.
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