The pace of change is faster today than it’s ever been before, and it’s as slow as it will ever be again. This creates opportunity for startups, and enormous threats for large companies. In fact, 52% of the S&P 500 has disappeared over the past 15 years, and all projections suggest that disruption will only be faster going forward.
Companies have to shift the way they work so they can optimize for speed to enable customer centricity, innovation, and efficiency. This means a different, more streamlined way of going from strategy to execution and connecting into a new workforce comprised of employees and the broader globe of talent.
Join Pat Petitti, CEO of Catalant, to learn more about how the biggest companies in the world are changing the way they work.
Registration is now open! We'll see you Friday, October 11.
Meet the Speakers:
CEO, Catalant Technologies
Pat Petitti is the co-founder and CEO of Catalant Technologies, the market leader enabling companies to get mission critical work done faster. Forward-looking executives partner with Catalant to transition to an agile operating model and access the skills and expertise they need to rapidly innovate and stay ahead of disruption.
Based in Boston, Catalant serves thousands of clients, including GE, Hess, and Unilever, as well as countless others on a confidential basis.
Petitti is also co-author of a book titled, Reimagining Work: Strategies to Disrupt Talent, Lead Change, and Win with a Flexible Workforce, which lays out a vision and path for a new relationship between global companies and talent.
Prior to founding Catalant, Petitti was a consultant at negotiation and conflict management consulting firm Vantage partners, and before that at Booz Allen Hamilton. Petitti received his BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and MBA from the Harvard Business School. He is a Bostonian born and raised.
Brendon Schrader – Host
Brendon Schrader is the Founder/CEO of Antenna, a Minneapolis-based company that is changing the way people work by providing best-in-class marketers on demand. He is also the Founder/Publisher of Indypendently.com, a content and media platform for independent workers. Brendon’s insights on independent consulting, the gig economy, the changing nature of work have been highlighted in Inc. magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, and the Huffington Post. He holds an MBA from the Carlson School of Management, and an MEd from the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development.