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June 28th 2017:The Challenge to Change as CEO

Pam Lassiter, Host of the CEO Academy, interviews Dr. Peter Hirst, Assoc Dean, Executive Education, at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Ralph S. Sheridan, former CEO of American Science & Engineering and member of the global leadership team for Young Presidents Organization – Gold on CEO Academy about β€œThe Challenge to Change as CEO.” Faster, smarter, and constant change for leaders is a given, they agree. Four types of change that you, as a leader, can initiate to improve your nimbleness and results are discussed. One is prioritizing the glut of information that constantly surrounds you

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Ralph S. Sheridan

Ralph S. Sheridan is a high technology advisor, a CEO, board director, mentor and business development specialist. He was CEO of American Science & Engineering from 1993-2003, a NASDAQ traded company that provides X-ray equipment for the detection of explosives, drugs, weapons and manifest verification for cargo. During his tenure, AS&E introduced 15 new products, was awarded 35 patents and increased revenues from $11 million to $65 million. Ralph is Managing Partner of Value Management LLC specializing in technology advisory, business realignment and early stage investments. He is an active member of Launchpad Venture Group and engaged in their screening committee for enterprise software
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Dr. Peter Hirst

Dr. Peter Hirst is Associate Dean, Executive Education, at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He leads partnerships to develop, design, and deliver innovative executive education programs for global clients. Formerly CEO of the commercialization, consulting, and executive education business of the London School of Economics, he has over 20 years of experience in international strategy and technology consulting. He is past president of the British American Business Council of New England and is co-chair of the Education Working Group of the Internet of Things World Forum. Peter earned a PhD from the University of St Andrews, Scotland in plasma physics and microwave engineering. He was appo
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