Taste of TEC: A Data-Driven Approach to Understanding Our New World and Building a Better Business Now with speaker Dave Nelsen.
Thursday, August 13, 9:00 am – 11:00 am EDT
About this Event
During this exclusive and highly interactive symposium, you’ll be introduced to TEC’s proven process that can be transformative. Discover how collective intelligence as part of a peer advisory group will improve your decision making in your business and personal life.
“Distance” will be with us for longer than you might suspect. Having an accurate picture is critical to making the right business decisions, resource allocations, and investments in-light of COVID-19. Your organization needs to understand our new world and how to build your business despite these obstacles. Dave will take us back to 1975, then forward to 2025, and finally to 2020, with a numbers-driven approach to understanding our new normal and the new rules. Depending on who and what you pay attention to, the second half of 2020 will be red or black.
Dave believes that every company is a technology company. Even if you don’t sell a technological product or service, technology is how we get it done, with greater differentiation and higher profits. His role here to raise the TQ (technology quotient) of businesspeople. Dave’s delivered his five acclaimed tech talks to more than 1,500 companies and associations. Since 1998, he has started four tech companies, attracting $70MM in venture capital and been recognized as E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year, Vistage Speaker of the Year, and TEC Canada’s Speaker of the Year.
Why Leaders Should Attend
• Almost all our experiences are what we term “linear”. We operate in linear time. Our P&L statements use linear scales. We are now surrounded by exponentials, and understanding their implications is critical to business success.
• Dave will (re)introduce logarithmic scales. He’ll explain the exponential progression of COVID-19, and more importantly, the exponential impact of myriad technologies. The virus will be here only temporarily (hopefully). Exponential technologies will be with us for the rest of our careers.
• We will identify the key metric of exponentials – doubling time. By paying attention to doubling time, we can more accurately predict when exponential technologies (AI, big data, automation, robotics, cloud capabilities, bandwidth speed and latency, etc.) will become important to our businesses, even critical to business survival.
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