Shaping Executive Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution through Inclusion, Intelligence, Innovation and Impact.
Thank you to all who virtually attended the 2020 Team Development Conference in November hosted by Thunderbird School of Management Executive Education at Arizona State University. We would also like to give a huge thank you to UNICON Member and host, Thunderbird School of Management Executive Education. During these unprecedented times, the Thunderbird team adapted quickly and found new ways to successfully deliver the Team Development Conference virtually.
Inclusion, Intelligence, Innovation and Impact: Coverage from IEDP
During this year’s conference, we focused on challenges we are currently facing in the executive education world, through the lenses of the four “Is”: Inclusion, Intelligence, Innovation and Impact. This year’s themes were featured in summaries from IEDP.
Welcome, UNICON Newcomers!
We were so happy to virtually welcome over 500 participants to the 2020 UNICON Team Development Conference. We are also pleased to have our newcomers join this year. They were welcomed in our newcomer session on Day 1 by Robert S. Dietel, Director of Executive Programs at MIT Sloan School of Management, who informed them about UNICON, the conference and what’s to come in the future.
About Thunderbird School of Global Management Executive Education at Arizona State University
Thunderbird empowers and influences global leaders and managers who maximize the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution for business, government, society and the environment.
They are the world’s premier leadership and management school. As part of Arizona State University, ranked No. 1 “Most Innovative School” in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for six years in succession, Thunderbird draws on a vast spectrum of disciplines of excellence to empower leaders across sectors with future-ready skills. Thunderbird advances inclusive and sustainable prosperity worldwide by educating and influencing global leaders and managers who maximize the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution for business, government, society, and the environment.