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In turbulent times (ahem, COVID-19) we’re often caught up dealing with short-term priorities. Everything feels frantic and uncertain, and it’s easy to let our long-term strategic planning fall by the wayside as we focus on making reactive decisions. In this Masterclass Online, Associate Professor Tim Kastelle will share ideas to help you focus on planning the actions that will see you thrive over the long-term. As we emerge from COVID-19 there’s never been a better time to reassess your business strategy, and Tim’s practical approach will help you balance short and long term priorities.
You’ll leave this session with:
- A way to think about how short-term turbulence interacts with longer-term impact
- An understanding that even when things seem stable, we need to hedge against turbulence
- Guidance for acting effectively in times of chaos
About Tim Kastelle
Tim is deeply committed to translating research into practice – his research, teaching and engagement work are all based on his study of innovation management. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in economics, and his MBA and PhD were completed at The University of Queensland, where he is currently Associate Professor of Innovation Management and the Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UQ Business School.