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The Way We Work Series

About The Way We Work Series

The Way We Work is a series that examines the future of work and the implications for the business community and individuals in a time of changing demographics, growing technology, and increasing globalization. Created in partnership with Antenna, a Minneapolis-based marketing consultancy founded by alumnus Brendon Schrader '01 MBA, and the Carlson School of Management, The Way We Work brings together thought leaders, companies, and individual workers for dynamic dialogue around relevant topics. 

Visit our Event Recordings page to view past Way We Work events, or recordings of other Carlson School professional development events.

The Way We Work

Created in partnership by Antenna, a Minneapolis-based marketing consultancy, and the Carlson School of Management, The Way We Work brings together thought leaders, companies, and individual workers for dynamic dialogue around relevant topics. 

Questions?

Contact Carlson School Alumni Relations at carlsonalumni@umn.edu or 612-625-1556.

 

Cindra Kamphoff
Executive Coach and Professor
Minnesota State University

Chaka Booker
Managing Director
The Broad Center

Cindy Coleman
Senior Associate
Gensler

Rachelle Schoessler Lynn
Director of Workplace
Gensler

Chris Farrell
Author and Economics Commentator
American Public Radio

Allison Liuzzi
Project Director, Minnesota Compass
Research Manager, Wilder Research 

Pat Pettiti
Co-founder and CEO
Catalant Technologies

Brandon Peele
Marketing Evangelist
Imperative (former)

Lora Geiger
Leadership Coach & Senior Manager
PwC

Julie Burton
Founder
Modernwell

Marcia Droege
Director of Facilities and Real Estate
Land O’Lakes

James O’Reilly
President
Life Time Work

Jim Vos
Partner
Cresa

Cali Williams Yost
CEO & Founder
Flex Strategy Group

Jonah Stillman
Entrepreneur, speaker, and writer
Author of Gen Z @ Work

Diane Mulcahy
Consultant, advisor, speaker, and writer
Author of The Gig Economy

Nicholas Whittall
Managing Director
Accenture Strategy, Talent and Organization