Pardon me if this general speaking topic already has been suggested, but I suspect nearly everyone would love to hear Prof. Siegel provide a reasonably detailed, comprehensive economic and financial markets update along with a review of whatever current topic interests him the most. His regular finance class lectures were a high point of our two years at Wharton. We want Jeremy!
What business topics or issues are most challenging to you right now?
1. Challenges & how to overcome roadblocks in progressing your career
2. Typical mistakes that people do
3. How to ace and stand out internally
from: Hendi Susanto WG'07
What online tools are the best practices for gathering innovation ideas from a large team (e.g., 4000+ member), assigning those ideas to SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) to determine if they should be implemented, and then implementing them? What is the best practice for designing a process that does not die under its own weight?
A show and tell of new technologies and discussion of their implications for various industries and business practices
Assemble peers across industries for high-level dialog in a safe and confidential circle of peers
• why are we facing the challenges we face?
• are we on the right path?
• what are our own goals?
• are we getting in our own way?
How to develop negotiation skills, with sensitivity to gender and cultural issues, as well as industry norms.
I have the general sense that business is booming in Africa. It's a big continent with lots of people. We have some Africa experts at Wharton. Can they give a master class on what's happening in Africa?
Development of the personal skills and cultural sensitivities required for successful and productive networking,
How to structure a sustainable business that enables a satisfying and sustainable life
Figuring out what to do is easy. Doing it is hard. Is there some science that can be brought to bear on implementing innovation. What are best practices? What do we know about what works and doesn't?
For those that are in traditional careers and now want to start their own businesses. Lessons, advice, connections, etc...
what opportunties do you have for women to connect with one another at UG and MBA level?
What's hype and what's important for my company in using Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn. Who's had real success using these sites to connect with customers, build their brand, or implement a strategy.
What separates those who reach a senior position from those who reach the very top levels?