Hey members and friends,


We’re excited for you to join live sessions with renowned Harvard Business Review authors and speakers while you work from home or the office! All members and their teams are encouraged to take advantage of this limited opportunity, an initiative we are providing free of cost during the COVID-19 pandemic in partnership with Tatarklubben. You are welcome to forward this invitation to your colleagues.


To register for any session, take a look at the descriptions below and click the ‘Register Here’ button. It’s as simple as that. You’ll receive an email and SMS reminder one day and 15 minutes before the event begins, respectively. Get ready to learn and bring your questions!


Out-Innovate the Pandemic

When: 5 May, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (EEST)


What: The pandemic has revealed how Silicon Valley’s focus on breeding unicorns has failed; Silicon Valley’s blasé approach of moving fast and breaking things is not tolerable when acceptance of risk is lower and the consequences of failure are high. Frontier Innovators do not focus on growth at any cost, but sustainability and resilience. Frontier innovators manages risk, builds customer trust, and formalizes their industries. Alex Lazarow reveals that revolution is already well under way at the Frontier, outside the most-developed startup ecosystems, where entrepreneurs are out-innovating their Silicon Valley counterparts.


Working Remotely Thru the Pandemic and Beyond

When: 18 May, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EEST)


What: As our personal and professional lives now depend on technologies that enable us to communicate, we need a new set of rules for how to effectively connect with people when we can’t do so in person. In CAN YOU HEAR ME?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World, communications expert Nick Morgan introduces research from neuroscience to help us understand why we lose so much meaning in virtual communications, and he provides new guidelines for getting better at it.


Post-Pandemic Playbook

When: 2 June, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (EEST)


What: Imagine the year is 2022. The world has secured a COVID-19 vaccine along with low cost, scalable virus testing and virus tracing/audit capabilities – a post-pandemic world. What started with lockdowns and sudden economic stops in 2020 resulted in plummeting demand shocks, followed by supply shocks and
redesigning of business models to adapt to the pandemic’s rising costs. It accelerated not only trends such as organizations’ digital transformation, but also risks in areas such as regulatory, geopolitical and de-globalization. Manish Tangri, Corporate Development at Intel Corporation, will explain how your organization can bridge this journey and earn its leadership
through to the end of the decade.


The End of the Experience Economy?

When: 16 June, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EEST)


What: The worldwide governmental response to COVID-19 has devastated many sectors of the global economy. And it is those enterprises firmly in the Experience Economy that have been most hurt – bars and restaurants, theaters, sporting events, museums, malls and the high street, and especially tourism, including not just destinations, but airlines, hotels, ride companies, and so forth – for it is precisely in such places where people gather. So what should you do in response as a leader of an enterprise, particularly one hard hit by the ‘coronacrisis’?


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