Join Us At This 3-Day Global Gathering With The World's Most Progressive Companies
Are you interested in exploring world-changing management models? You should be sure to join us this week at a 3-day global gathering (for only €50!) with the world's most progressive companies - like Haier, Buurtzorg, NER Group, Jaipur Rugs, Zappos, GEA & Viisi.
For the last two years, as Corporate Rebels, we had the privilege to attend Haier's yearly RenDanHeYi Forum. Usually, this annual gathering is held in China and invite-only.
This year things are different. This year the RenDanHeYi Forum is held online via Zoom, and open for anyone who wants to attend.
In fact, over the past few weeks we have been working together with Haier to get a range of pioneering experts, Bucket List companies, partners and clients willing to attend the forum as speakers to share their knowledge, expertise and experiences with all of you.
The 3-day gathering will start this Wednesday and will feature many interesting speakers.
Wednesday September 16th
The kick-off day of the forum is rather academically focused, with interesting speakers like:
Thursday September 17th
The second day of the forum focuses more on practitioners with some of our Bucket List companies represented in different panels.
In particular we are looking forward to hear more from the following speakers:
- John Bunch, member of Zappos
- Kevin Nolan, CEO of GEA
- Tom van der Lubbe, Co-Founder of Viisi
- Micheal Y. Lee, Professor at INSEAD
- Wesley W. Koo, Professor at INSEAD
- Michele Zanini, author of Humanocracy
Friday September 18th
The final day of the forum promises to become the most practitioner - focused.
Are you interested in exploring world-changing management models? Then join this weeks' 3-day global gathering with the world's most progressive companies - like Haier, Buurtzorg, NER Group, Jaipur Rugs, Zappos, GEA & Viisi
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For more information on the event and the speakers who will be attending check out this link right here: http://opentalk2020.rendanheyi.com?rendanheyi=singapore.
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We hope to see you all there!
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