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October 15, 2020 ; 3:00 PM -4:00 PM EDT

No matter your role, no matter your industry, the future will not look like the past. While this is always true to some degree, 2020 has thrown many unique challenges our way, and being successful in the short-term and the long-term requires better thinking, more agility, and a commitment to working through ambiguity. 

Join us on for this webinar with the leading experts in their fields from ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business as they: 

  • Explore the way forward in marketing, management, information systems and technology
  • Learn how to prepare yourself for the challenges ahead
  • Discover the top-ranked MBA options at ASU

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About Presenter:

Michael Baer's research focuses on the areas of trust, fairness, ethics, and impression management. In his work, he explores alternative perspectives on trust in the workplace, including some drawbacks of both trusting others and being trusted. His research has appeared in several top management journals as well as media outlets such as Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, PBS, NPR, Business Insider, etc. 

Clinical Associate Professor Kate Eaton examines product and service design and transformative services in her research. Kate has been a faculty member in the marketing department at W. P. Carey since 2014, where she serves as the Online Unit Lead as well the Teaching Lead. In these roles she has worked to innovate in the on-ground classroom experience as well, developing a flipped classroom, new assessment techniques, and conceptual framework teaching strategies to maximize student learning. Kate is also the faculty director for the Professional MBA programs.

Matthew Sopha is a clinical assistant professor of information systems. His research areas include social media and influence; social presence; digital music; technology in the classroom; and information systems teaching methods. He came to ASU from Loyola University Maryland in 2015.