You can’t pretend to run a business the same way your dad managed his hardware store back in the ’80s.
That’s why, on Oct. 20 from 7:45-9:30 a.m., Temple University’s Fox School of Business is holding a chat on how to tailor a company’s business model in order to better adapt to this crazy, flip-flopping digital age.
“Business Model Innovation in a Rapidly Evolving Digital World” is the name of the event, which is part of the school’s Executive Strategy Series of fireside chats and events. It’s happening at the HQ of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region.
Here’s the lineup of speakers:
- Marcus Allen, president and CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region
- Richard Lewis, Philadelphia regional president, iHeartMedia
- Darin Kapanjie, managing director of online learning, Fox School of Business
- Mike West, CEO, Rothman Institute
Moderating the panel will be associate professor TL Hill.-30-