"Disruptive innovation" is a term much in vogue these days to describe a lot of what happens in Silicon Valley. But large, complex organizations need to become adaptive learners across the entirety of the US economy, leveraging technology to meet our societal challenges and aspirations. Our major public universities and intercontinental railroads are examples of great 19th Century American icons that remain vital to our future. Join us to hear how Union Pacific Railroad and Arizona State University have sought to transform themselves from their initial design blueprints to fulfill their respective missions, and how the global pandemic accelerated their appreciation for the need to continue innovating, and scale the process of organizational learning and adaptation.
Dr. Michael M. Crow, @michaelcrow
President, Arizona State University
Author, The Fifth Wave: The Evolution of American Higher Education
Lance M. Fritz, @UnionPacific
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Union Pacific Railroad
Board Member, Parker-Hannifin Corporation; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Georgia Institute of Technology; Association of American Railroads; Business Roundtable Trade and International Committee
Anne-Marie Slaughter, @SlaughterAM
CEO, New America
Author, The Chessboard and the Web: Strategies of Connection in a Networked World
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