What Would You Do? Presentation Example

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The What Would You Do? series of presentations have two goals: 1) educate the audience, and 2) get them involved with developing an answer. They are built on the premise that any audience has a wealth of knowledge and that we need to get away from the talking-head and engage the attendees. The example below is the presentation $305 Million Failure (At the time of this presentation, since it was still in litigation, it was only a $250 Million Failure). There are also ready-made presentations on sponsorship, ethics, and change management. If there is another topic you would like to see, please let us know.

What Would You Do? example ($305 Million Failure)
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