The challenges faced during the crisis have forced many sectors to make changes which should have happened years ago! Not least the NHS, which will emerge from this a different organisation, and arguably much more fit for purpose.
The pace of change is electric, and businesses wishing to succeed in the new normal need to plan for it now. Not only plan, but persuade stakeholders to see things in a new way also. How about revenue-based rents for example?
This masterclass looks at how to prepare and persuade in the aftermath of the black swan.
About the speaker: Malcolm Smith
Malcolm Smith is an alumnus of AMBS, and has lectured on a number of programs, including MBA in Dubai for The University of Manchester Middle East Centre, over the last 6 years. His specialities are Venture Capital, Private Equity, selling strategy and negotiation skills. He has a degree in Applied Physics and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. He spent 25 years in the food sector, covering flour milling, feed milling, milk, cheese, fresh chicken and prepared foods. His role for the last 12 years in this sector was that of CEO of large, international enterprises.
Recently, he has become involved with the Venture Capital sector and has acted as CEO, Chairman and most recently Non-Exec Directorship roles in the internet space.