This biweekly, hands-on series of workshops has been created for leaders who seek to better identify, design, and sustain sources of company value during times of relentless change.
Content: Workshop content is divided into four clusters. Each cluster contains four sessions plus a final, longer session. The final session will be a juried value pitch competition in which you will pitch your application of design tools to a panel of experts.
- Cluster One, Strategy: Design tools for exploring and modeling critical strategic considerations that affect value.
- Cluster Two, Art: Design tools for telling powerful value stories in words and numbers.
- Cluster Three, Legos I: Design tools for creating high-impact, low-stress financial and valuation models.
- Cluster Four, Legos II: A new leadership model that has been successful under the most extreme circumstances and will definitively influence value.
Although each session can be taken separately, you will benefit most by attending a whole cluster since sessions build on each other. The entire series is even better!
Who May Attend: To maximize this experience, attendance is limited to 14 people. Attendees should be on a management team. Only 2 attendees per company are allowed. Only 4 slots are reserved for seed stage startups. Service providers/other vendors are not eligible to attend.
Cost: $20 per person per session. 25% discount to CICers (i.e. $15 per person per session). This covers breakfast and materials.
Venue: Charles Room, 14th Floor, CIC, One Broadway, Cambridge
Meals: A continental breakfast from Tatte Bakery will be served at all sessions, including the pitch competitions.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Red Line to Kendall Square T-Stop. Parking available in One Broadway building, Third Street Entrance.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email Sarah von Helfenstein, Managing Partner: email@example.com. In addition, our website will have other useful details. (www.valueanalyticsanddesign.com)
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Can I update my registration information?
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
Only if the ticket has been transferred through Eventbrite to another person.