Succeeding in Corporate Transformation in Turbulent Times

Succeeding in Corporate Transformation in Turbulent Times

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€400 – €500

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WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management Campus Düsseldorf

Erkrather Str. 224a

40233 Düsseldorf


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WHU Campus for Corporate Transformation conference - the meeting place for Europe's top c-suite and senior executives.

About this event

These are turbulent times with many sources of disruption either present or emerging in the world, from rising geopolitical tensions and pressures for sustainability to supply chain quandaries, an evolving pandemic or post-pandemic situation to macro environmental challenges looming on the horizon and a digital shift that continues to upend known paradigms.

The world is undoubtedly much more complex than before, and the tried and tested approaches aren’t enough for companies to survive let alone thrive.

This event is the place for deep reflections on the most pressing risks, vulnerabilities, and challenges facing some of world’s largest companies. It is also a forum for discovering emerging opportunities and new paths to success. You will gain deep insights from first-class speakers and inspiring leaders on how they are mastering the disruptive challenges of today to build overall resilience and bring more agility and growth to your organization.

Speakers amongst others include

Kasper Rorsted, Adidas CEO

Eric Rondolat, Signify NV CEO

Melanie Kreis, Deutsche Post DHL Group CFO

Cenk Alper, Sabanci Group CEO

Philipp Justus, Google VP Central Europe

Dr. Martin Enderle, Delivery Hero SE Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Harald Kern, Siemens AG, Member of the Supervisory Board

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In line with our premise of exclusivity and intense interactions, we only have around 100 seats available.

We have reserved a limited number of hotel rooms for the night of 19th October 2022. For accommodation inquiry, please contact

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