In addition to FINAL and LONG versions of his presentation, he sent along a PowerPoint he's labeled "Mini-MASTER"—it amounts to an overview, wrapping up the year, in acknowledgement of this being his last presentation of 2016.
He noted the loss of jobs worldwide to computerization—mainly jobs held by middle income employees. In his view, the growth of employment in the future will come from Small and Middle-sized Enterprises (SMEs).
Tom tells us, "With no shadow of doubt, Salibi puts on the most extraordinary management events in the world—from São Paulo to Radio City Music Hall. From grand ambition to obsession with the tiniest detail, Salibi and HSM have no peers."
Expomanagement in São Paulo will have 3,000 attendees. Over a three-day period, they will listen to an extraordinary group of speakers—and have the opportunity to partake of literally hundreds of workshop-discussions.
Speakers beside Tom include the likes of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Oliver Stone.
The online International Project Management Day event was presented earlier today by International Institute for Learning (IIL). The program will be available for 90 days at their website.
In keeping with his usual practice, Tom had PowerPoint slides to accompany his presentation. You can get the files here if you'd like:
November 3, 2016: Tom will participate in an online learning event presented by International Institute for Learning (IIL). He's to be one of the keynote speakers for their International Project Management Day. You can catch the program live on November 3rd, and find it online for 90 days following the event.
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I'm in the midst of a pretty intense set of lectures that is sending/will send me from London to Toronto to São Paulo to Seoul. (With a few USA stops tossed in for good measure.) I often have a base presentation I work off at any point in time. I thought I'd send it your way FYI. It's used for live presentations only, so, alas, there is no annotation.
Following Tom's appearance there, a member of the Cass Business School staff composed a short version of his masterclass for posting on their website. It seems that both Tom and Cass B-school teachers and students enjoyed the opportunity to convey or gain insights into excellence in business practice.
To read the follow-up article, go to the Cass website.