Wednesday April 20, 2011
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Keynotes and Breakout Sessions
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As we start to recover from The Great Depression we will have to take new approaches to making our companies grow and succeed. Finding the tools and resources to help you improve your business can be a daunting and frustrating experience. Join us on April 20th and spend a day with face to face interaction with Management Consultants specializing in all facets of your business including:
As the Economy Improves, Don't Hold your Breath
Speed to Market as a Competitive Advantage
The New Workplace Communication Reality - Talk to Me Anytime, Anywhere, Anyway
"Status Quo is No Way to Go!!!" Engage Employees - Reduce Cost & Increase Profits
Truth Is, The Employees are Really Running the Company
Demystifying the New Marketing
Diversify and Grow - Solidify your Business by Growing up and/or Out
Creating a Strategic Performance Advantage
and Many More!
The High Cost of Doing Nothing Workshops will provide you with interactive sessions that explain how maintaining Status Quo in the new economy will end up costing your business in the long run. Expert Management Consultants will discuss the issues that you are confronted with and offer solutions to improve your company.
The Arizona Chapter of IMC is hosting a full day of workshops featuring dynamic, engaging, and
knowledgeable presenters. After attending The High Cost of Doing Nothing Workshops, you will return to your company with a better understanding of what the new economy means to your business and what to do to emerge as an industry leader.
Do you believe in your product or service?
If it can help local business owners and executives run their companies successfully, then your business will benefit by being a sponsor at
The High Cost of Doing Nothing
The Institute of Management Consultants promotes excellence and ethics in management consulting. IMC USA provides the only certification for management consultants that conform to global standards of competence and professional conduct in over 40 nations.