The 80 Minute MBA
Your fast track to business brilliance
- A high quality hit of business inspiration and insight
- Covering the must-know topics for aspiring leaders
- Updated with cutting-edge thinking on workforce changes and the pandemic
- Tuesday 8 March 2022 | 9:30 am
- 1h 30mins
In order to fully participate in this virtual event, you will need a Zoom account, a webcam and microphone. The session will be recorded but will be available only to those who have booked a place on the webinar.
About The 80 Minute MBA
How do you get a hit of high-quality business inspiration without spending two years back at school? Become an 80 Minute MBA Alumni and you’ll see the world of business differently. Covering the topics you need to know about, this virtual event is a must for all aspiring managers and leaders.
The Modules covered are:
Leadership: What’s really important and why
Culture: How do you create high-performing cultures?
Sustainability: Why it must be part of the corporate agenda
New World, New Rules: Rapid change and how we’re adapting
Conversation: The 5 Cs and what they mean for marketing
John Knell has done the hard work so you don’t have to, including cutting-edge thinking on how the pandemic will reshape the world of work. Updated every time, you’ll leave inspired, informed and energised (plus you’ll receive the book and a lovely certificate to show off to your colleagues).
About John Knell
John Knell is one of the UK’s leading thinkers on the changing face of work and organisations. John has worked with a wide range of corporate clients, including Microsoft, Astra Zeneca, Eversheds, Lloyds, Siemens and UNICEF. He is co-author of The 80 Minute MBA with Richard Reeves.
An energetic walk through the key aspects of business management.
Excellently executed and brilliantly formatted!
John Knell’s delivery and execution was great, would love to listen to him more.
Guests will receive a complimentary copy of The 80 Minute MBA: Everything You'll Never Learn at Business School by Richard Reeves and John Knell, published by John Murray Press (RRP £9.99).