Bend Design Speaker Panel: What keeps you up at night?
October 26 | 8:30 | 90 Minutes | DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Mt Bachelor Room
Join four creative problem solvers —Heidi Hackemer, Miwa Matreyek, Mohan Nair, Allison Arieff— from diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise for a coffee and conversation about staying culturally connected, evolving careers, finding personal meaning in work, issues they see that most need our attention, and what gets them up in the morning. Moderated by René Mitchell.
The Deadly Sins of Business Transformation
2018 | October 25
How does an organization innovate when markets are transforming? Innovation is usually considered the instrument to transform organizations and markets when actually identifying transformed markets ahead and then using innovation as an instrument is more appropriate. Yet many leaders see digital, blockchain, artificial intelligence as keys to change. Mohan brings a fresh perspective to transformation. His keynote will connect personal and business transformation in a unique and memorable way. He believes that companies lose their personality before they lose their way. Based on 10 years of research and a book, Mohan will explore the power of uncovering market shifts long before they happen and how to act on them.
Mohan guides the Innovation Force (IF), an enterprise wide incubator/accelerator creating and launching 5 companies in 5 years. He reports to the CEO who is accountable for 25 businesses totaling $9 billion.
Mohan joined the company in 2004 as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Executive and then ran 4 health plans for 2 years.
Before joining Regence, Mohan served as president of ABC Technologies and ProTools Inc., both successful exits. He has been an adjunct professor of business at J. L. Kellogg School of Management and authored 3 books including Strategic Business Transformation (Wiley).
His community activities include board roles in United Way, National University of Natural Medicine (vice chair) and advisor to the President of George Fox University.