Palladium Announces Summit: "Shaping the Future Through Positive Impact"
Palladium, the project management, consulting and impact investing company, is hosting their 2017 global Summit, “Shaping the Future through Positive Impact,” in London on March 21-22. The Summit brings together panels of leading global speakers from the private and public sector to discuss how all stakeholders can work better together to deliver real, sustainable social and economic change in developing and developed markets.
The event features workshops, panels, and sessions that will address complex global issues through sharing knowledge, garnering investment, and measuring tangible results. Dr. Robert Kaplan, Senior Fellow and Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development Emeritus at Harvard Business School, will also lead a one-day master class offering a comprehensive overview of the world’s most widely adopted approach to successful management and execution of organizational strategy.
Key workshops and panels include:
Building Coalitions for Positive Impact: Distribution to the Bottom of the Pyramid
Executing and Scaling Positive Impact: The Role of the Orchestrator
The Paradox of the Starving Farmer: Sustainable Supply Chains
Workforces for Positive Impact: Bridging the Skills Gap
How Investment can Catalyse and Scale Positive Impact
New Systemic Models for Creating and Measuring Economic and Social Value
Governance and Coordination in Multi-Actor Alliances: How do we Make a Multi-Actor Alliance Work?
By hosting the Summit’s two-day agenda and master class with some of the world’s foremost thinkers, Palladium will be placing attendees at the heart of the discussion, laying the groundwork for future generations and helping to adopt transformative techniques for implementing measureable change.
For a detailed description of the agenda, sessions, and speakers, click here.
For the past 50 years, Palladium has been making Positive Impact possible. With a team of more than 2,500 employees operating in 90 plus countries and a global network of over 35,000 technical experts, Palladium has improved—and is committed to continuing to improve—businesses, economies, societies and most importantly, people’s lives.