Andrew Razeghi, ranked among Inc. magazine’s top 100 business and leadership speakers, will present at the i4cp 2018 Conference: Next Practices Now (March 26 - 29, 2018), the leading human capital event for HR, learning, and talent leaders.
The second speaker announced for i4cp’s critically acclaimed event, Razeghi, who is a professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and founder of StrategyLab, joins a stellar line-up that includes Dr. Brené Brown, three-time #1 New York Times best-selling author and renowned scholar, who will keynote the conference.
The i4cp 2018 Conference, dedicated to discovering next practices you can implement now, will feature dozens of thought leader and senior executive presentations, as well as an abundance of premium networking and collaboration opportunities for the 350 practitioners in attendance. To ensure rich and open discussion, the exclusive event is closed to vendors and consultants.
At Kellogg, Razeghi teaches coursework on growth strategy and innovation and is consistently ranked among top faculty. He has provided testimony to the United States Congress on driving economic recovery through innovation, and appeared in various media outlets from BusinessWeek to Forbes. He is the author of several books including The Future of Innovation and The Riddle: Where Ideas Come From and How to Have Better Ones.
Razeghi’s expertise in driving growth through innovation fits into the conference’s objective to help attendees build and sustain organizational agility. With a number of sessions focused on what influences agility—from leadership traits to cultural elements and talent acquisition and development practices—the conference will look to Razeghi and other speakers to share their insights on what HR leaders can do to adapt to and take advantage of new economic challenges and opportunities.
The i4cp 2018 Conference is often ranked among the best HR events of the year due to its exclusive, senior-level networking atmosphere, forward-looking presenters, and vendor-free format. Registration is now open – sign up by September 30 to save $500.