At Davis|Kuelthau, we recognize the vast disruption that many manufacturers have experienced — from supply chain shortages to hiring challenges to revenue loss. The need for flexibility is more vital than ever before. Our team of business, employment and litigation attorneys is helping manufacturers address everything from implementing better governance plans to assessing their real estate and intellectual property assets to improving their supplier contracts. Together, we are working to help manufacturers thrive.
As a long-time business resource for the manufacturing industry, we welcome the opportunity to sponsor Daniel Burrus’ upcoming webinar, Taking Hard Trends and Opportunities to an Actionable Level, a follow up program to last month’s Manufacturing First Expo and Conference. As the Keynote Sponsor for the event, Davis|Kuelthau’s Intellectual Property attorney Stephen Jensen had the unique opportunity to introduce renowned futurist Daniel Burrus’ presentation.
During Daniel Burrus’ keynote presentation at the Manufacturing First Expo & Conference, he introduced attendees to his Anticipatory Organization® Model, a proven model companies of all sizes are using to identify Hard Trends based on future facts that will happen, those forces that are increasingly shaping the future and the new opportunities they represent to accelerate growth and create extraordinary results.
At the end of his presentation, he asked attendees to list the Hard Trends and related opportunities on the following collection site www.HardTrends.com. In this webinar, he will share what attendees shared and provide strategic comments to get actionable results. (If you haven’t put in your Hard Trends and Related Opportunities yet, please go there now and enter them, the more we have the better for all of us!)
In addition, he will share stories of how companies have used these concepts to accelerate growth both before and during the pandemic.
You will have plenty of time to ask questions about the concepts he shared in his presentation or your current challenges.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from what The New York Times has referred to as one of the Top Three Gurus.