Working Well: Find a “New Way” to Feed Your Bottom Line

Lindsay Williambrown (’11 MBA), Associate Director of Change Management & Cloud Transformation for KBACE, will discuss new ways to "feed your bottom line."
  • What Front Page Alumni
  • When Jun 07, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (Etc/GMT-4 / UTC400)
  • Where Online/Zoom
  • Attendees Alumni, Students, Faculty/Staff, Friends
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Presenter Lindsay Williambrown (’11 MBA) is Associate Director of Change Management & Cloud Transformation for KBACE, Oracle's preferred change partner, and Executive Officer of All Well Consulting. Her organizational architecture approach - called the New Way - infuses operational and cultural wellness into delivery chains, digital platforms, human capital, branding, and global market engagement, while training individuals in those ecosystems how to self-nourish. Lindsay’s work has attracted the attention of thought and culture leaders as diverse as Forbes, Dr. Oz’ The Good Life, senior Fortune 100 teams, Self, and over 40 top lifestyle brands. She is also a consultant to emergent values-based startups on the west coast, leveraging her additional degrees in food, cultural anthropology, and indigenous studies. Her initiatives have been nominated for multiple Chairman’s Awards in the Fortune 100 space for innovation, efficiency, and inclusion. Lindsay’s Smeal MBA in Supply Chain Management & Marketing complements her prior degrees.

Lindsay has noticed as a Six Sigma consultant, change manager, and whole food chef that the way we get to “well” – in an enterprise, a meal, or a body – always uses the same principles. These principles are simple and available for anybody to use, even if you don’t have a background in efficiency, quality, behavioral sciences, or nutrition. So how do you engineer profitability and vitality to an organization (or a life)? How do you know when you've achieved it? What are the symptoms of it working, and how do you get there? This session will introduce Lindsay's copyrighted New Way adjacency architecture, a best practice organizational design approach that infuses any size of organization with significant, simultaneous leaps in profitability, innovation, and personal satisfaction alongside diminished risk factors and change fatigue. Questions can be submitted in the box below!