Queen’s University COVID-19 business support events

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These free virtual events offer an opportunity to hear from university and industry experts

The William J Clinton Leadership Institute is to hold a series of free COVID-19 business support events.

The virtual series offers an opportunity to meet and hear from programme directors, academics from the faculty and university and industry experts.

Resilience: what it means for Organisations, Teams and Individuals
Date: Tuesday 23 June 2020

Dr. Joanne Murphy, Academic Director at the William J Clinton Leadership Institute and Senior Lecturer at Queen's Management School, leads this session on resilience and what this means at a personal, team and organisational level.

Exploring the Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Tackling the Pandemic
Date: Tuesday 7 July 2020

This webinar will briefly examine the history of AI and explore the current state of the art, before considering several contemporary applications. Strengths and limitations of AI will also be addressed.

Dynamic Capabilities: Making Businesses More Agile In An Uncertain World
Date: Tuesday 4 August 2020

In this webinar, Dr Graham Brownlow explores the benefits to organisations of focusing on their dynamic capabilities to help future proof for the uncertain times ahead.

All events take place from11:30 to 12:30 each day.

Find out more and register for these events.

First published 17 June 2020