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Oct. 20, 2004

 

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Paul Laudicina of A.T. Kearney to speak at Ross School of Business

DATE: 4 p.m. Oct. 27, 2004. Reception to follow.

EVENT: The William Davidson Institute (WDI) at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business welcomes Paul Laudicina, managing director of A.T. Kearney's Global Business Policy Council.

Laudicina, author of the soon-to-be-released book “World out of Balance,” will address the five key forces driving a volatile and increasingly unpredictable world. Drawing on the council's extensive public and private sector work worldwide, Laudicina will sketch out a compelling view of likely future global scenarios and discuss prospects for a “world out of balance.”

A.T. Kearney's Global Business Policy Council is a strategic service helping chief executives and government leaders monitor and capitalize on macroeconomic, geopolitical, socio-demographic and technological change worldwide.

Among the Council's widely-regarded intellectual capital are the FDI Confidence Index, an ongoing proprietary assessment of Global 1000 CEO investment destination preferences and attitudes; the Globalization Index, the first comprehensive empirical measure of globalization and its impact; and the Offshoring Location Attractiveness Index, a comparative assessment of the relative attractiveness of the top 25 offshoring destinations.

Before joining A.T. Kearney and founding the council nearly 15 years ago, Laudicina spent 20 years working on global strategic issues in various positions with industry, government and research institutions worldwide.

PLACE: Phelps Lounge at the Ross School of Business. It is free and open to the public.

Contact: Dan Shine
Phone: (734) 615-4563
E-mail: danshine@umich.edu