G2 Annual Conference News

Hard Truths: Transforming Business by Facing & Embracing Reality

The Highest Paid People’s Opinions (HIPPOs) can stifle and derail critical conversations within your organization. Mike Diaz and Carolyn Galvin rounded out Tuesday’s presentations with a session on “getting people on the same page,” and how to best advocate for...

Hacking the Feedback Loop

Hacking the Feedback Loop “Capture is more of a team sport.  No individual will carry the day; collaboration is imperative and information is king.” Richard Caldwell and Richard Wiggins presented an interesting session on Tuesday afternoon concerning how CI...

Why Don’t People Trust Experts?

Chief Economist Steve Rick of CUNA Mutual Group discussed the reasoning behind why people don’t trust experts as the RECONVERGE:G2 symposium continued Tuesday afternoon. He began his presentation with an entertaining competitive intelligence quiz for attendees...

Advancing AI Wisconsin Roundtable: Think Globally, Disrupt Locally

During a working lunch at RECONVERGE:G2, Barton transitioned his talk to a panel of audience participants who provided their own thoughts on thinking globally in periods of disruptive innovation—as influenced by artificial intelligence. Barton asked panelists to share...

Failure: The Best Teacher (Dan Brewer, Brewer Science)

Failure’s Lesson: The CI function is “the brain of the organization” and a pathway to growth. Aurora WDC kicked off the their annual Reconverge G2 symposium on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 with a lesson on failing: “Failure, the Best Teacher” led the stellar three-day...

Making Business Leaders Teachable – Theme of the Day for RECONVERGE:G2 Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Why is it so hard for business leaders to admit they know less than they thought they did about their circumstances and must instead come to grips with the facts in order to confront reality? Before we can answer that question we must first ask, why is it that we expect CEOs and others in the executive leadership suite to have all the best answers instead of asking all the best questions?