Next week we are hosting two webinars that seem to be in direct contrast to one another. On August 6th we will talk with N. Dean Meyer on “evolving your financial-management processes toward the common-sense world we all live and believe in”, while on August 8th we will talk with Bill Jensen about “the age of continuous personal disruption, when even the most basic daily routines get swept up in a storm of ambiguity.”
How can these two views of business co-exist? Well, you’ll really need to attend to get the full picture, but a lot of the perceived contradiction has to do with our perspective. While Jensen is looking at business strategy and competition on a global scale, Meyer is looking at the internal workings of a company and the allocation of resources.
25 Successful Habits for an Extremely Disruptive World with Bill Jensen
In this Soundview Live webinar, 25 Successful Habits for an Extremely Disruptive World, Bill Jensen will identify the 25 habits most necessary for success in today’s crazy world from his recent book Disrupt. This event is for everyone trying to do extraordinary things while driving through a storm of relentless disruptions. Jensen uncovered these habits by going direct to the source — the very people causing those disruptions.
Budgeting & Planning for Bottom-Line Value with N. Dean Meyer
In this Soundview Live webinar, Budgeting & Planning for Bottom-Line Value, N. Dean Meyer will offer a bold new approach to making crucial resource-allocation decisions from his recent book Internal Market Economics. From head-in-the-stars down to feet-on-the-ground, you’ll see the vision with clarity, understand your current practices in a broader context, and learn exactly what you can do to evolve your financial-management processes toward the common-sense world we all live and believe in.
Really, both views are true and necessary if a company is going to succeed. Join us next week to learn why.