What lies at the intersection of corporate social responsibility, artificial intelligence and corporate communications? How is COVID-19 affecting our planning horizons? Why are we increasingly skipping the human component of our corporate decision-making? Find out during our September 24 virtual fireside chat with economist, author and futurist Dr. Rod Wallace.
During our chat we’ll also examine:
- Why sincere empathy and responsiveness must be core components of business and not just values we espouse.
- Why increasingly powerful digital technology gives us an increasingly powerful toolbox, but can’t replace a good story, the human connection, and the full value proposition.
- What communicators must do to promote true corporate responsibility, leadership, and value.
September 24, 2020
Noon – 1:00 p.m.
One registrant will receive a copy of Dr. Wallace’s latest book, Drowning in Potential: How American Society Can Survive Digital Technology, during the program.
About Rod Wallace
Rod Wallace is a business strategist and economist uniquely positioned at the intersection of business, technology, and societal good. He speaks with businesspeople, not for profits, and socially-minded organizations nationally. Wallace is a Fulbright Fellow who earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Michigan.
He played key roles in planning and executing billion-dollar corporate investments in acquisitions, production facilities, research and development, and more. His background includes leadership roles in strategy consulting, marketing, sales, and business development on a global scale.
Wallace has also studied the impact of artificial intelligence on society, researched pharmaceutical distribution for the Japanese Ministry of Trade, Economy, and Industry, and led a Nobel Prize winner-endorsed review of the food industry.