The Business Impact of Corporate Culture
Non-Member Price: $45
Peter Drucker is attributed with saying Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch!! Culture has risen to be one of the hottest topics in boardrooms today. However, fewer than one-third of boards regularly define, assess or monitor culture. Our panel will explore culture from the perspective of executives with responsibilities for establishing, measuring and reviewing it in the context of our world today.
Location and Time
5401 N. Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
7:00-7:30am - Registration & Continental Breakfast
7:30-9:30am - Program
Brian ChristensenBrian Christensen is an Executive Vice President and member of Protiviti's executive leadership team. Brian serves as the global leader of the firm's Internal Audit and Financial Advisory Solution. In this role, he is responsible for the development and execution of Protiviti's internal audit products. Brian has spoken with Board Members regarding assessing, measuring and reporting on culture for the NACD Leadership Forums, and he is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal. Protiviti has been recognized for the fourth consecutive year on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list.
Timothy ErblichTim Erblich is the CEO of the Ethisphere Institute. He is the former President of NYSE Governance Services. Prior to leading NYSE Governance Services, Tim served as the Executive VP of the Ethisphere Institute. Previously, he spent more than 20 years in various executive roles at Thomson Legal & Regulatory, now Thomson Reuters. Tim frequently speaks for boards or executive leadership programs, as well as global industry events including The Global Law Summit, NYSE's This Week in the Boardroom, Annual Boardroom Summit, Annual General Counsel Forum and The Global Ethics Summit.
Brian MuellerBrian Mueller has been the CEO of Grand Canyon Education, Inc. since July 2008, as a Director since March 2009 and as President of the University since September 2012. He has been serving as President of the Grand Canyon University Foundation, a foundation formed to benefit public charities, since its formation in 2010. From 1987 to 2008, Mr. Mueller was employed by Apollo Group, Inc., a for-profit, postsecondary education company and the parent company of the University of Phoenix. From 1983 to 1987, Mr. Mueller was a professor at Concordia University. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and a Master of Arts in Education degree from Concordia University.