For four successive Tuesday evenings, starting August 23, I will moderate small group Zoom discussions about some of the most important entrepreneurs and innovators in American business history. This series follows our successful Great Leaders course which recently concluded.
Four Tuesday evening sessions, 7:30 to 9:00 PM Central time, 8:30 Eastern, 6:30 Mountain, 5:30 Pacific, from August 23 through September 13, inclusive. Each zoom session is audio recorded for anyone who misses a class.
Each of the four sessions requires about an hour or so of advance reading of online articles.
The leaders on our reading list will include: George Eastman, perhaps the greatest technology company leader in history; Malcom McLean who invented containerized shipping; Raymond Loewy who helped create a new industry that has affected all of us; and five other visionaries. We will even examine the life of Walt Disney, who many think they know but few know how he really thought and worked, resulting in the largest media company on earth today.
Full Zoom Course Participation: $299
American Business History Center