Corporate Directors Forum Hosts Open Breakfast Event: Questions Boards Should Be Asking about Emerging Technology
In today’s businesses, demand for technology and data continues to increase, but technology’s growth is still outpacing the assessment, managing and monitoring of it. At its open breakfast event, Corporate Directors Forum is giving San Diego business leaders a chance to learn what questions boards and management should be asking about emerging technologies and how those technologies can be used to move their businesses forward in a constantly changing world. Panelists will share their points of view on how boards should be thinking about technology issues and will address the following topics:
September 14th 2011 was a busy day for Larraine. She flew from Orlando to Dallas to present the evening keynote for NORTHROP GRUMMAN – at a gathering of the senior executives of their key suppliers – talking about how integrated and strategic supplier relationships need to be approached and managed more like alliances than vendor relationships. It was a very collaborative active group of attendees with probing and complex situations and questions which led to a lively dinner discussion after Larraine’s Keynote. Larraine has spoken for Northrop Grumman on a number of occasions in the past – and is a continuing resource for the organization on these ever evolving relationship issues.
Larraine Segil gave the KEYNOTE ADDRESS today September 14th 2011 to THE JOINT GARTNER VENDOR OUTSOURCING & IT SUMMIT and GARTNER INVESTMENT SUMMIT in Orlando FLA– to great acclaim. She has spoken for The Gartner Group before – and the audience is always highly engaged and intelligent. Her Topic was:
Creating Value in Partnering
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We hope you will consider returning as faculty for ELMI or
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Special Guest Speakers
“Breaking the Glass Ceiling: How a J.D. and an M.B.A. Helped Two Women Become CEOs”
Two highly successful business leaders who are trailblazers in their fields, Larraine Segil and Joan Herman, will share
- how they applied their J.D. and M.B.A. training in building their careers
- key issues students should consider when choosing a career path
- the special challenges of being a woman CEO
- how both women and men can balance career and family
The program was presented by Southwestern’s Business Law Society and Women’s Law Association, and The Drucker Graduate School of Management.
Monday, March 21, 2011
12:30 pm – 1:20 pm
Southwestern Campus, W611
“This is a rare opportunity to hear from two
extraordinary leaders about what it takes to
build and sustain a high-level career.”
– Dean Bryant Garth, Southwestern Law School
Larraine Segil was appointed to the Board of the National Association Of Corporate Directors , Southern California Branch in May of 2011.
Larraine Segil added to our 2020WOB Board of Leaders http://twitter.com/2020WOB/status/17678797226647552
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