Behavioural Economics, Sharing Economy & Disruptive Technologies with Paul Patton
Join us for a masterclass with Paul Patton to discover how business strategy is adjusting and needs to adjust in the current ‘new’ business environment. The focus will be on the changing relationships between technology, innovation and business strategy and the association with improved business efficiencies.
The masterclass will provide an overview of behavioural economics, the sharing economy and disruptive technologies. It will explore how our behaviour is influenced by changes in the sharing economy and disruptive technologies; ‘consumer’ versus ‘onsumer’ behaviour; the influence of Covid-19 on ‘onsumer’ behaviour and how businesses have adapted and adopted to this change.
It will also briefly explore how disruptive technologies has enabled the growth of the sharing economy and its impact on innovation and efficiency across various businesses. The question is ‘How is your business strategy adjusting to the sharing economy, disruptive technologies and technological innovation, especially given the current pandemic’?
About the Speaker:
Paul Patton is a Director with Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, an authority responsible for the development and delivery of education and training. Paul has specific responsibility for the strategic direction and delivery of Further Education and Training programmes to approximately 25,000 learners annually and a budget of circa €76m.
Paul has considerable experience in the education sector and has delivered workshops and Master Classes on behalf of the Manchester Business School for over 20 years all over the world.
He specialises in Strategy & Competition covering topics as wide ranging as Disruptive Technologies, the Sharing Economy, Game Theory Strategy with particular focus on innovation, efficiencies, investment and profitability.
This is a great opportunity to engage with Paul in what will be an interesting masterclass on ‘Behavioural Economics, Sharing Economy and Disruptive Technologies’.