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Speaker - Steve Brilling

 

5:30--8:30pm
Dinner Meeting at the Marriott Residence Inn, Bellevue


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Our Program:
The entrepreneurial spirit is desperately needed in today’s corporate setting—it is a matter of survival. Understand why as an Apple succeeds, a formerly successful company like Kodak is dying. Is it simply a matter of product obsolescence or could it have been avoided. The answer lies in managing the innovation process—innovation/reinvention, execution and creating a culture of change. Innovation isn’t just about creating a new product or service but also involves processes and virtually everything we do in our corporate lives. But innovation on its own isn’t enough—it needs to be supported by a culture of change and the ability to execute. Learn how to successfully create an enduring innovation process.

Our Speaker: Steve Brilling

Steve Brilling is the Owner/President of Dragonfly Ventures. Along with his consulting practice, he is Seattle University's Family Business Director and the Regional Leadership Forum's West Coast Account Manager.

Steve has over 30 years of executive leadership experience in financial, educational and consulting services, holding titles of President, COO, CIO, Associate Partner and Exec. Director.

At Seattle University, Steve was the recent Exec. Director of the Entrepreneurship Center as well as the current Family Business Director. Prior to this, Steve was the CIO/Senior Vice President at Swiss Re America in New York, and Associate Partner at Andersen Consulting/Accenture in Chicago. Earlier in his career, Steve worked for RSI/Sedgwick Re in Seattle, in positions of Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Steve holds a bachelor of science in business administration and a MBA from Washington State University. He serves on the boards of BECU and NW Family Business Advisors, the board committee of Physicians Insurance (finance and audit committee), and the advisory boards of N2uitive, Back on Track, and mbsSource.

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