Greetings YES community!
We are so excited to gather again as a “practicing entrepreneurial” community.
We are proud to continue bringing speakers and content to you that reflects a desire to thrive as practicing entrepreneurs to adapt, become more agile, and continue to evolve.
A critical component of those skills is to strategically analyze through multiple lenses while working to problem solve. Our book for 2022, Re-imagining Capitalism in a World on Fire, carries case studies of successful businesses that thought differently.
A recent Wall Street Journal article caught my attention. It really got me thinking. As we navigate the challenges of chip shortages, I have to ask myself:
- Did the focus on shareholder primacy, profits, and on-time supply chain serve US business interests in the long run?
- If we had a do-over, would we have sought more balanced solutions?
- What can we learn as we look into 2022?
- How can we capitalize on opportunities created by supply chain problems and bottlenecks?
We can't wait to see you in 2022!
Happy New Year!