Business Books that Matter Series- The Art of War
This month's book:
The Art of War
This program will feature industry insiders, CEOs, CTOs, serial entrepreneurs, journalists, and academics, who will lead a thought-provoking discussion on this months featured book. The expert panel will address critical every day business issues in an open dialogue. Come join us in San Jose to mingle with the thought leaders of tomorrow and to enjoy a few hours of business management brainstorming!
11:30am - 12:00pm Registration
12:00pm - 12:30pm Cliff Notes
*Similar to the study notes themselves, this brief introduction will provide insights and review key points in the book. The author or a recognized industry leader will lead the overview. This will set the framework for the discussion to follow.
12:30pm - 1:15 Expert Panel
*The Expert Panel will be an open discussion amongst peers across academia and the technology industry who have taught similar and opposing models for business growth and success. The panel will address each of the critical elements identified, and address them with perspective to every day business. This is a tour through the process of growing a company through the eyes of industry leaders. Panelists include CEO's, CTO's, serial entrepreneurs, journalists, and academics.
1:15pm - 1:30pm Break
1:30pm - 2:00pm Expert Panel (continued)
COST & REGISTRATION:
$15 SDForum Members, $30 Non-SDForum members. (Refreshments & Chips included; NOT lunch, please bring your own!) At the door add $10 to member and non-member prices.
Email: [email protected]
About Software Development Forum (SDForum):
SDForum is the leading Silicon Valley software organization with deep ties to entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists, industry experts and major technology companies. With a 10,000-person reach, 2000 individual members and 20-30 events each month, SDForum is the single best source of information, education and connection for people seeking to build a business and career in Silicon Valley.
Added by FullCalendar on November 17, 2005