Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast - But Did Covid Eat Culture?

Join me and my dear friend Martin Lindstrom Tomorrow, August 31st LIVE on LinkedIn for the next episode of the M&M show! If Apple University’s Morten Hansen - co-author with Jim Collins (Good to Great) and rated one of the top culture experts in the world - wasn’t enough, we also have Dave Ulrich co-fronting our esteemed panel. Dave has been recognized as the “Father of Modern HR” – known worldwide for turning complex ideas into simple solutions, and creating real value to those he works with, particularly in the fields of Organization, Leadership, and Human Resources.  

Martin and I hope to see you all there!

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Morten T. Hansen is a management professor at University of California, Berkeley. He is the coauthor (with Jim Collins) of the New York Times bestseller Great by Choice and the author of the highly acclaimed Collaboration and Great at Work. Formerly a professor at Harvard Business School and INSEAD (France), professor Hansen holds a PhD from Stanford Business School, where he was a Fulbright scholar. His academic research has won several prestigious awards, and he is ranked one of the world’s most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50. Morten Hansen was also a manager at the Boston Consulting Group, where he advised corporate clients worldwide. Morten travels the world to give keynotes and help companies and people become great at work.

Ranked as the #1 management guru by Business Week, profiled by Fast Company as one of the world’s top 10 creative people in business, a top 5 coach in Forbes, and recognized on Thinkers50 as one of the world’s leading business thinkers, Dave Ulrich has a passion for ideas with impact. In his writing, teaching, and consulting, he continually seeks new ideas that tackle some of the world’s thorniest and longest standing challenges. He has shaped the HR profession and been called the “father of modern HR” and “HR thought leader of the decade” by focusing on HR outcomes, governance, competencies, and practices (HR Champions; HR Value Added; HR Transformation; HR Competencies; HR Outside In). He spearheaded a “gift” book on the future of HR (The Rise of HR, distributed to over 1,000,000 HR professionals), in which 70 thought leaders freely share their insights.