The OCC is pleased to host Dr. Leonard Greenhalgh, who will present “Managing for Long-Term Success.” This free interactive session will review the major weaknesses that entrepreneurial businesses encounter. Participants will then learn how a thoughtful strategy positions their businesses to survive, prosper, and grow to scale in the public and private sectors. Finally, Dr. Greenhalgh will show how a disciplined approach to managing business ensures that the chosen strategy is implemented. Participants will be provided with tools to assess their own management situations.
Register by e-mail (required before July 15, 2015): registerOCCevent@occ.treas.gov
- In your e-mail registration, please include:
- the full name of each attendee;
- the company’s name;
- and the company’s DUNS number.
Registration is free. No walk-ins or name substitutions will be permitted. Due to limited space, we are only able to accept the first 300 registrations.
About the Guest Speaker:
Leonard Greenhalgh, Ph.D.
Professor of Management
Director, Programs for Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College
Dr. Greenhalgh’s experience includes purchasing in a multinational corporation, entrepreneurship, and management consulting. He holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University, building on an MBA and undergraduate studies in engineering and science.
The co-author of Minority Business Success: Refocusing on the American Dream (2011), Dr. Greenhalgh has also taught at Oxford University, Stanford University, and MIT. His areas of expertise include
- strategy and implementation.
- the economies of inner cities and Indian reservations.
- entrepreneurial business.
- the effects of globalization and changing demographics on business.