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MELBOURNE GROWTH SERIES: Are you asking the right strategic questions?

Wednesday, 1st May @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Free – $105.00

We all know when we have a business problem that needs solving…. or do we?  In a recent study of more than 100 C-suite executives from public and private organisations in 17 countries, 85% agreed or strongly agreed that their company was bad at diagnosing problems, and that this blind spot is costing real money.  FEI’s Growth Series is all about looking through the CFO’s eyes.  For our last event in the Growth Series program for 2018/19, join us to hear why asking better questions helps organisations invest their limited resources on the right problems.

We will be led in our discussion by Fiona Ingram, an independent consultant who focuses on helping organisations and individuals to build 21st century capabilities.  She has over 20 years of experience working with organisations in the finance, telecommunications, health, energy and education sectors.  She uses techniques from several disciplines to help executives and their teams synthesise data and varying perspectives towards commercial outcomes – techniques that facilitate sensemaking in complex situations so that opportunities, challenges and value become clear.

We limit numbers at these events to keep them small, allowing you to network and connect meaningfully with the people in the room, so please register ASAP to avoid missing out.

This is a member only event:

  • Current mentees in the FEI Mentoring Program have complimentary access to this lunch (registration is required)

Details

Date:
Wednesday, 1st May
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
Free – $105.00

Venue

Red Spice Road
27 McKillop Street
Melbourne, 3000
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Website:
https://redspiceroad.com/

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