Annual BetterManagement LIVE Worldwide Decisive Leadership Conference Set for Oct. 15-17 in Las Vegas.
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BEAVERTON, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 18, 2003
Gen. Wesley Clark, Steve Forbes and Dr. Martha Rogers Target
Critical Business Issues
Gen. Wesley K. Clark (retired), the former NATO NATO: see North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
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International military alliance created to defend western Europe against a possible Soviet invasion. Supreme Allied Commander Supreme Allied Commander is the title given to the most senior commander of some multinational military alliances. It originated as a term used by the Western Allies during World War II and is currently used by NATO. of Europe, will join publisher Steve Forbes and management visionary Dr. Martha Rogers to address critical business management issues in the current global economy, Oct. 15 - 17, at BetterManagement LIVE Worldwide in Las Vegas, Nev.
BetterManagement.com, the world's premier Web-based executive education site for real-time business management information, will host a unique three-day event three-day event
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Keynote speakers are Gen. Wesley K. Clark (retired), former NATO Supreme Allied Commander of Europe; Steve Forbes, President of Forbes and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine; and Martha Rogers, Ph.D., Partner, Peppers and Rogers Group and co-author of The One to One Future, Enterprise One to One and The One to One Manager.
BetterManagement LIVE is expected to attract more than 1,000 CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, VPs, directors, academics, consultants and visionaries from the private and public sectors.
"If you are a manager or executive in a competitive organization, or if you are leader in the public sector, you will find this event extremely valuable," said Jeanette Hansen Slepian, President of BetterManagement.com.
BetterManagement LIVE Worldwide features nine tightly focused break-out tracks to create maximum value for attendees, facilitate knowledge transfer and encourage learning across a diverse spectrum of functional areas. Attendees are welcome to select individual or multiple tracks.
The nine break-out tracks are: Service/Retail, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Healthcare/Pharmaceutical, Public Sector/Defense, Public Sector/Local, State and Federal, Vision, AICPA/Fraud/Financial Reporting and Solution Strategies.
To learn more about BetterManagement LIVE Worldwide, visit www.BetterManagement.com/LIVE.
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