What makes an organization a great place to work, a place where you will foster your own enterprise and potential? Why do some organizations succeed in creating a culture of innovation?
In conversation with Dr. Rajshree Agarwal, Michael Bush and Dan Whalen at “Great Place to Work” share their insights based on 40+ years of personal experience, and their interactions with organizations who consistently make their annual list.
The Ed Snider Center for Enterprise & Markets is proud to announce the newest in our BB&T Colloquium series, "How to Find a Great Place to Work and Maximize Your Potential" taking place in the Frank Auditorium of the Smith School of Business on Tuesday October 16th at 6pm. Don't miss this engaging and informative event.
Past BB&T Colloquiums
In 2017, BB&T Chairman Kelly S. King, spoke to a packed audience at the Frank Auditorium, giving a talk entitled Enterprising Finance: Ethics and Leadership in the Banking Industry. Watch video.
In 2016, Greg Lukianoff, President of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, discussed freedom of expression on college campuses and in academia in an event dubbed Assault in the Ivory Tower on the Market for Ideas. Read about the event.
In 2014, Jonathan Haidt of the New York University Stern School of Business spoke about the intuitive foundations of morality and its variations across American political cultures.