2017 Reunion: Technology’s Impact: On Our Businesses…On Our World
More than 75 Fellows from all graduating classes joined at The Chicago Club to hear keynote speaker, Brian Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer, Intel, share his thoughts on data as the modern-day equivalent to oil, given its applications across domains of business and broader life, and how Intel is using technology and data to create business and social value.
Earlier in the day, James Stavridis, Dean of the Fletcher School of Tufts University; U.S. Navy Admiral (Retired); and NATO Supreme Allied Commander, 2009-2013, discussed broad challenges and opportunities related to security in the 21st century.
Additionally, a panel of senior executives, including William Bosway, President & CEO, Dover Refrigeration and Food Equipment, Dover Corporation; 2017 Fellow, Steven Chaouki, Executive Vice President, Financial Services, TransUnion; 2015 Fellow, and Sona Chawla, Chief Operating Officer, Kohl’s Department Stores; 2010 Fellow, spoke about the impact of technology on their businesses, which represent a range of sectors. The panel was moderated by Kunal Kapoor (CEO, Morningstar, Inc.; 2013 Fellow).
The program, focused on the reurbanization of cities, was held at McDonald’s Corporation in the West Loop. Prior to the program, attendees were invited to tour the new headquarters and enjoy a networking reception. Keynote speaker, Christian Beaudoin, Managing Director, Research, Strategy, Site Selection, JLL, explored recent trends in urbanization and the development of global cities, and then joined David Fairhurst, EVP, Chief People Officer, McDonald’s; CEO Perspectives Fellow, 2018, and Anne Pramaggiore, Senior EVP & CEO, Exelon Utilities, for a panel discussion.
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